An 11 metre folded tray sign with 19mm thick stand off letters, as well as window frosting and internal acrylic plaques, have completely changed the look of this double shop on Banks Road in West Kirby.
The 2nd Ableworld store to open in May was in Lincoln. We fitted a 9 metre tray sign to the front of the building as well as printed graphics covering the windows.
The first of two new Ableworld mobility stores opening in May way in Wigan. We fitted tray signs to the Front and side of the building, with printed graphics covering the windows. We also supplied personalised bow flags.
We were asked to supply & fit a large professional looking sign onto the gable end of a brand new unit. Specifically, there was to be no joins and to be visible from the road. The solution was a 8m x 2.5m flex face sign, which as you can see certainly stands out!
Originally red, we were asked to wrap the whole thing gloss black, and then applied printed graphics over the top, along with advertising boards along the side, that were attached using double sided velcro.
The latest in a long line of Ableworld stores opening was in Broxburn, Scotland. An old car showroom, we were asked to wrap all the top windows, and overlay a vinyl logo and phone number. We then fitted printed window graphics, and a 16 foot tray sign on the side of the building.
Bagnall & Morris approached us to supply & fit a printed wrap to their new trailer for transporting recycled materials.
We were asked to come up with an eye-catching, yet classy signage solution, that would fit in with the local area whilst incorporating the clients existing logo. This was achieved by printing a wood effect back tray, with printed flat cut acrylic letters fitted on stand off locators.
A Customer came to us asking us to brighten up his pride and joy. Originally silver, we wrapped the whole thing matte orange with a matte black grill, and matte black stripes on the roof.
We were tasked with creating an eye-catching yet classy design. This was achieved with printed Back trays & Front lit, brushed steel built up letters. The phone number was laser cut acrylic letters, bonded direct to the tray.