Yes, all of the boards and signs we produce can be recycled in the UK. For more information on our commitment to the environment, including details of materials used, our in house waste management, and companies we recommend to assist in the disposal of your boards, please see our ‘Environment’ page.
Yes, we have taken care to ensure all timber we use is from a sustainable source. Our suppliers hold Environmental Chain of Custody Certification from the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)® and the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification (PEFC). The suppliers they use, in turn, independently audited for the Responsible Purchasing Policy (RPP) of the Timber Trade Federation, and Forests Forever. More details can be found on our ‘Environment’ page.
The ink we use for screen printing is water-based, completely free of PVC resin or plasticiser, and also completely free of harmful ozone-depleting chemicals and aromatic hydrocarbons. More details can be found on our ‘Environment’ page.
Our T Boards are manufactured from 2 sheets of 4mm Correx that are heat welded on each edge with the post running up through the centre of the sheets.
Our Flagboards are produced using 1 sheet of 6mm heavyweight correx with a 50mm margin on the side of the board, the blank margin of the board is then inserted into the slot of the post to create the 'Flag' image. Correx is 100% recyclable.
No. The white of the correx is not counted as a colour, blue and red onto the white correx would be classed as a 2-colour board.
We are happy to visit your offices to personally discuss your exact requirements.
We actively welcome any customer to visit our design studio or factory and you are more than welcome to visit us to design your boards or look at our production process.
Yes. We will supply you totally free of charge with either an e-mailed, faxed or A4 colour proof, alternatively we can supply you with a full-size digital proof or an actual printed sample at a pre-agreed cost.
Yes. We have been welding all of our boards for 10 years, and have the best, tried and tested method in the marketplace.
Yes, we are more than happy to supply your boards, slips, fixings and posts, and all will be pre-drilled for easy assembly.
If you hold an account with us you will be given 30 days credit. All new customers are required to pay a deposit of 50% before dispatch.
After your first order you will be sent a credit application form and subject to status we will open your account.
We can deliver direct within the M25 and all regions outside. Please contact us for a quote. Alternatively we can arrange for your order to be dispatched by overnight courier.
We pride ourselves not only on the quality of our boards and signs, but the personable customer service and attention to detail we provide. Very occasionally there are small problems,but if this does happen we guarantee to rectify any issues. Please just give us a call and we’ll see how we can help.
We will always aim to deliver your order 14 working days from the final approval and subject to payment.
Correx is a tradename for the corrugated polypropylene sheets we use, which are ideal for advertising residential and commercial properties. They can be cut into any shape or size, and stay bright and colourful in all weather conditions.
We make and print on correx boards to order, and have a very quick turnaround. Correx is not only durable and waterproof, but it is also very cheap to produce which allows us to offer you the best prices. Correx boards come in 4mm, 6mm, 8mm or 10mm thickness and various standard sizes. Correx is 100% recyclable.
Foamex is a brand name for PVC foam sheet that is fairly dense with a smooth finish. Foamex is mainly used for indoor exhibitions and display graphics, but the thicker sheets can be used outdoor signage also. The boards come in three thicknesses 3mm, 5mm and 10mm and are easy to drill and shape. Foamex is 100% recyclable.
Dibond is ACP or Aluminium Composite Sheet. The sheets consist of a Polyethlene core sandwiched between 2 sheets of aluminium. They are 3mm thick. The sheets can be drilled, screwed and shaped. Correx is generally considered the best, and therefore most commonly used, material for large hoardings and other large signs. Dibond is 100% recyclable.