At Signcraft, we can create a huge advertisement that can be seen wherever you want it to be – on Britain’s motorways, the centre of London, YouTube. With Vehicle Graphics, you pay only once for your ad and it’s on display until you decide to remove it. Compare this with other forms of advertising and it provides incredible value. If you use one van for five years, how many people will have seen your company details on each of the 1,825 days? Many will have seen it repeatedly. Vehicle Graphics can be an excellent investment of your marketing budget – … Continue reading
There is increasing vacant space in high streets throughout the UK and Signcraft has been creatively designing, producing and applying attractive graphics to improve the shopping experience in town centres and shopping centres – and to help landlords in letting the premises. Too many empty retail units contribute to a sad and sorry effect on shoppers who may then stay away. We are contributing to a more up-beat environment with our lively graphics. Innovative ideas from our senior designer, Emma Hunt, are making a good impact. Our clients include commercial agency and surveying practices, asset managers and design houses across Britain, who … Continue reading
After close of business today, we will resume working from 3rd January. We wish all our clients and prospective customers a joyful break and a happy and prosperous new year.
Following installation of our W64S Seiko roll to roll printer, we acquired a second flat bed digital UV printer, enabling us to print even higher quality images direct to substrate. Our ground floor production facility had to undergo a complete re-design to accommodate the new machine but the disruption will be justified as output and end quality capabilities are greatly enhanced, opening up great opportunities for large format signage. Challenge Signcraft with your most challenging signage projects now!
Signcraft has received accreditation from SAFEcontractor, a leading edge safety scheme programme which recognises very high standards of health and safety practice amongst UK contractors. A delighted Bob Colwell, Signcraft’s Managing Director, states “Installing signage is a skilful and sometimes difficult task and the safety of our staff and the general public need to be uppermost in our considerations; there is an ongoing responsibility to perform well and install signage in a safe and permanent manner no matter what the scale or degree of difficulty may be”. SAFEcontractor accreditation demonstrates Signcraft’s commitment to safety and is expected to be viewed … Continue reading
Due to the increasing demand for ultra high resolution images as part of our signage packages we undertook a mission to find the most efficient and sharp digital printer available at a cost we could sustain. Having enjoyed a lengthy and very productive relationship with Colourgen and the guidance of Phil Donohue their business development manager we eventually settled upon the latest technology from Seiko, having a pair of early 64S machines that have been great servants to the business, it gave us the confidence to move onto the latest generation the W64S. The colour gambit and resolution quality of … Continue reading
The structure is secured in place using experienced staff operating specialist equipment and adhering to strict safety guidelines. Using a “cherry-picker”, the inner framework is fixed by sign-fitters, as can be seen in the first photograph.
Each of the individual signs have to be mounted to each side of the advertising frame until, finally, the job is completed.
(We love the final image of the Signcraft van behind the signage, ready to take the fitters home at the end of the day).
Signcraft undertakes all kinds of jobs from large projects to small office graphics – and we deliver throughout Britain. Continue reading
At Signcraft, we design and manufacture cost-effective signage. Our state of the art technology enables us to create distinctive, stunning and often large modern fascias on buildings. A far cry from traditional signwriting, the results may be achieved with various materials, including perspex, glass, vinyl and metals – and may include electric lighting. Can modern signage work in a traditional environment? There are numerous examples that support each side of that debate. The Northern Ireland Environment Agency issued sensible design guidance for new signage on historic buildings, illustrated with photographic evidence. Our portfolio includes photographs of many styles of fascia’s … Continue reading