There are a number of factors we consider when recommending materials including position, size, durability and visual impact. We know what works best and use a variety of materials for manufacturing. We are happy to advise accordingly but a brief explanation is given on our External Signs page
Generally, yes. Assuming the existing sign will fit on the new building and is in good condition, we are happy to remove and reinstall your existing signage. There are a number of factors to consider when doing this including (but not limited to): The age and condition of the existing signage, the fixing method currently used, the colours/material of the existing/proposed site and the scale of the building. People often move buildings due to expansion or downsizing. In these instances it is often more successful to design and manufacture the new sign to be in-keeping with the new building. Either way, we are happy to recommend the best course of action and will never recommend a new sign if it is more cost effective to reuse what you already have in place.
This is a good question and one we get asked a lot. The answer depends on what type of sign it is, how old it is and how the graphics have been applied. If it is a relatively new, well-made sign with flat vinyl graphics on it, then there is a good chance we can strip these and reapply your own company branding. If it has any form of 3 dimensional text/logos or any physical fixings in the face, then these will leave holes when we remove them. It is best to Contact Us first and we are happy to recommend the best route forward.
Of course. All our building signage can be lit very easily with industry standard lighting solutions. From overhead illumination to fully integrated LED technology we can enhance your new signage to ensure it is eye-catching and stands you apart from the competition.
Design and Artwork
We certainly can. We work alongside a large selection of design agencies who supply us with print ready artwork. For standard items, we have a templates download section to ensure compatibility.
Yes, in fact one of the first questions we will ask when producing a quote is whether you have an existing logo or corporate identity. We are happy to adhere to full branding guideline directories or we can simply recommend the most suitable graphic placement to ensure brand consistency.
Your corporate identity logo is the first impression that your customers will get about your company and we would always recommend this as the starting point for any design work. We offer a full in-house design service to ensure you have an identity that has character and reflects your business. Once the project is completed, this artwork is then yours to own.
Yes. We can either supply lightweight graphic panels to mount directly to the walls or recommend a freestanding system for a more adaptable layout.
No. They use different width and height panels and different depth posts. We have dealt with the vast majority of them and are happy to deal directly with the show organisers to ensure we have all the information we need to produce your display.
If you have a need for literature stands, shelving systems, counters etc., then just let us know and we can incorporate these into your package.
Flags and Banners
Most clients choose to apply graphics to their vehicles using the vehicle colour as the background. This can incorporate details such as logo, information and contact details. Full or partial wraps change the appearance of the vehicle or allow for fantastic images and designs.
With standard graphics its relatively straight forward to strip and replace just one section. If future changes are likely we can usually make allowances at the design stage.
Graphics can be safely applied to factory finish paintwork for many years, and removed without damage to the vehicle.
In fact graphics are sometimes added to protect the original finish from stone chips and scratches. On some older vehicles, or vehicles which have been refinished, you may find that on removal of the graphics a faint 'ghost image' is still visible. This is due to the vinyl protecting the underlying paint, whilst the exposed areas are exposed to normal wear and tear, paint oxidation and UV damage. With modern paint technology this is now very rare, but if required the original high gloss finish can be restored with a mild cutting compound such as 'T-cut'.
The simple answer is yes, we can either profile cut vinyl to leave your logo standing alone on the glass or remove your logo to leave a clear reveal in solid etch. Likewise we can integrate your logo and identity a design to create an eye-catching display.
We can indeed. Either using an element of your logo or a custom design, we can give your office a professional and corporate feel whilst offering as much privacy or feeling of space you require.
Yes. Where you have floor to ceiling glass walls and doors, there are strict requirements for the placement of manifestations to ensure you conform to the Disability Discriminations Act (DDA). We are happy to carry out a full site survey to advise accordingly and recommend the most successful solution.
Yes. We can either apply a full blockout print to the glass to improve privacy or we can print onto a clear or frosted material for a more subtle effect.