We all know the difference between these two is the height, however the real questions is which one will get you more business in your pocket. Here are the pros and cons of each one. We hope this helps:
Short stands can become very economical to purchase and since your yard signs may be put out on the streets temporarily or for a certain amount of time, it is wise to buy these as supposed to the large stands. On the other hand, since large stands are larger (about 30” high VS short 15” high) it means your signs will be more visible to your prospect clients, however the large stands are more exposed to the wind and these means they can bend backward more easily, as supposed to the short stands in which are more stable since they are lower and closer to the ground. If you are in an area or state where it is snowing, then you will need the large stands, as the short stands are not high enough, may be covered by the snow and eventually making the sign fall off.
Still, whichever stands you choose, they will both do the work. They both will get your signs up and visible; and will drive calls to your phone which is your main concern and immediate need. Foremost, you are advertising your company, if people don’t know your company exists, they will not contact you for products or services. The most important is to let people know who you are, what you do and what you can do for them. Yard signs is the most economic way you can get this accomplished. Usually people buy more from yard signs advertisements because it gives them the impression of the service being cheaper than buying a service elsewhere.
In conclusion, choosing the wire stands needed for your signs, it is as easy as picking your signs ink color; if you don’t have much budget to spend than go with the economic stakes and as business starts growing you can upgrade to the larger stands or do half and half. Some people find that the short stands to give more results than the large stands because the signs stay up longer. Again, that is because they are less exposed to the wind. We hope this serves of great help for you and your business. Wishing you the best.