These are also known as LED or neon signs and the visual enticement for these signs is unlike any other. According to ArizonaCommercialSigns, a customized neon sign can start at around $200 and can increase up to $1,000 based on the complexity of the design and its size, they can end up in the $11,000 area. Smaller “off the shelf” types of neon lights are readily available.
Their overall maintenance can be costly, so take this into account before you purchase one. These lights are manufactured from glass and can easily be damaged by bad weather and it may cost a lot to get them repaired. Businesses that operate at night, such as bars or clubs will unquestionably benefit from having a neon sign.
If it’s a high voltage short, it’ll cost about $350 to repair. Transformer repair would be about $300 and the service call about $350. If the neon is broken and need to be repaired or replaced, the repair would be about $200, with replacement cost being dependent on the size of the affected tube, and about $400 to remove and restore the affected neon. Of course, costs will vary depending on your location. What is important to emphasize is that you should only use licensed electrical sign contractors.