Re-imagine your business image with custom signs

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Re-imagine your business image with custom signs

As a business, your image and branding need to say everything about you that a customer might want to know. What you sell, how you go about your business and the fact that you are trustworthy are all major elements of your corporate identity that your image and branding need to convey.

However, there are times, when, due to growth or a slight change in business direction, you may feel that you have outgrown your existing branding and need to adjust the message that you are sending out. That is where custom signs come to the fore.

Well thought out and designed custom signs allow a company to put forward the parts of their business that they consider to be the most important. They also offer an opportunity to create an eye-catching design that draws customers attention and attracts them to your business. The opportunities are truly only limited by your imagination.

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So what kind of sign should you go for? Well, here at The Sign Shed, you won’t be short of choice. We can produce your design in self-adhesive vinyl sticker form, rigid PVC plastic or Dibond.

Vinyl signs are best suited to indoor use and are made from a flexible PVC material with an adhesive backing, making them very versatile. The rigid PVC signs are 1 mm thick and can be used either indoors or outdoors and contain a clear laminate layer on top to preserve the quality of your sign and stop it from being chipped or scratched. Dibond is the perfect outdoor solution; made from two thin aluminium sheets bonded to a non-aluminium core, Dibond signs are tough and durable – ideal for the sign on the front of your premises.

Whatever message you decide your business should be putting out there, our range of custom designed signs can help you get that message to your customers. To see exactly how we could help you, give us a call on 01977 681 127. Or if you would prefer, you can email us at sales@thesignshed.co.uk and one of the team will get back to you.

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