We have seen all kinds of nasty things done to roofs, walls and fascias when it is necessary to mount a sign. A classic example is a strip mall with a standing seam fascia allowing tenants to mount their signs on the fascia. It is usually done by first screwing wood blocking to the face of the panels for a mounting surface. Of course, this punches lots of holes in the fascia panels, which can leak. Then the sign is attached to the wood blocking. When the tenant moves out, the sign comes down exposing all the holes. The next tenant has a sign of a different size and shape (smaller) — but what to do with all those exposed holes in the panels?
The S-5! solution: The sign location is laid out and S-5! clamps are attached to the standing seam fascia panels.
The sign is raised up and attached to the S-5! clamps with the stainless steel bolts provided with the clamps.
The result? The sign is securely mounted with no wood blocking, no holes in the panels, no leaks — and no problem when the next tenant moves in.
The old sign can be removed without a trace. In fact, the S-5! clamps can be removed and reused at a different location for the mounting of the new sign.