Exterior signs will often be the first contact that a visitor has with an organisation or estate. Signage schemes should welcome, inform, direct and protect, but that vital first impression also speaks volumes about what a company stands for and what it represents.
External signage solutions demand a holistic, harmonised approach that addresses issues from aesthetics, navigation to corporate branding, so we take time to analyse what the organisation and its environment calls for before creating an architectural signage scheme that will look and feel right.
Signbox signs are designed to enhance their environment rather than dominate or impose on a landscape so our project managers work alongside building and estate owners, architects and specifiers to project both information and brand appropriately, yet consistently.
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signs with clarity and presence
Fabric lettering and free-standing monoliths are today considered the exterior sign-making standard and are specified by designers and end users alike, especially for estate facilities which demand clarity and presence. So, we’ve built on these proven systems and embraced advances in LED technology to bring sustainable, highly-effective illumination to our fabricated lettering and ultra-thin backlit panel solutions.
Our full range of outdoor signage solutions includes directional signs, directory signs, landmark signs and entrance signs and, whether illuminated signage or otherwise, all are designed to be low maintenance, durable and complement their environment perfectly.
From the simplest to the most complex estates and environments, Signbox exterior signage solutions welcome and direct visitors clearly, projecting just the right corporate image to suit the sector they serve.
Our external signs are custom made to precise specifications that meet planning and building regulations, health and safety requirements and comply with accessibility and DDA directives and we follow best practice guidelines throughout our sign design and manufacturing process.
The materials we use include an inspired collection of woods and metals and contemporary vinyls and composites and, wherever possible, we work with products which are environmentally-friendly and originate from recycled or sustainable sources.