What is the lasting effect of neon signs?

What is the lasting effect of neon signs?

Many customers come to BeneonUnicorn seeking information on our authentic neon signs' origins and manufacturing processes, and we are happy to provide them.

As professionals in the field of neon fabrication, we have created this post to answer the questions that we get asked the most frequently concerning the signs we make using neon and their ability to last for a long time.

If there is a particular area of your home, business, or event that you want people to focus on, then you need one of our eye-catching neon signs. However, many prospective customers and tenants are concerned about the long-term viability of our signs.

However, we are ecstatic to share the news that, contrary to the widespread notion, using real neon does not raise your carbon footprint nearly as much as you might think it would.


Glass tubes and inert gases are utilised in producing the traditional neon signs that have contributed to BeneonUnicorn's rise to prominence. Neon gas is used to create the classic red light, whereas argon gas can create a wide variety of colours.

When you have us construct your sign, you can choose between forty different colours arranged in a rainbow. Since neon and other inert gases do not react with other substances, they do not threaten the surrounding environment. The same can be said about argon gas; neither threatens the surrounding ecosystem.


Did you know that adding one of our signs to your company will only result in an additional expense of eighty pounds each year? After doing the math, we determined that investing £80 per year to keep a sign operating 10 hours a day, seven days a week for an entire year, is an acceptable cost.

When you break it down like that, you only look at an additional half-cent every day and lower the money needed to maintain a neon sign. Because they do not consume much power and will not significantly strain your finances, neon signs make for beautiful additions to the interior design of a home. Another advantage we offer is the longevity of our sign products.

The lifespan of a neon sign is anywhere from 8 to 15 years on average. Because of this, they are a superior option to products of lower quality in terms of their longevity.

Is it feasible to recycle neon signs?

It is not impossible to reuse neon signage. All of the components of a neon sign, including the glass tubing, transformer, and wiring, can be recycled and utilised for something else.

An environmentally friendly solution is available if your sign becomes damaged or you no longer want it.

Please do not hesitate to contact a member of the BeneonUnicorn crew if you have any questions or would like further information.