Fascia signs are vital to any business and are often the first thing a customer sees to associate themselves with your brand. Signage needs to stand out and set your company apart from the competition. As one of the most important investments a business can make, whether it’s for shop front signs, restaurants or office spaces, fascias are an advert to the public that informs customers what you offer and the quality of your business.
Fascia signs are constantly visible, so money spent here is an investment into your business for years to come. The quality of shop fascias can massively impact the success of a business, especially when it comes to attracting customers through your doors. Great quality signage supports the rest of your marketing activity, providing focus and attention to your brand and location. They’re also easily adaptable, from vinyl lettering and digital prints to flat cut or built-up letters and illumination.
Fascia signs can be created in a variety of ways to suit your requirements, whether it’s for factories or garages, warehouses, offices or shops. Whatever business property you have, there’s a modern fascia to fit your needs – for example, stainless steel signs are hardwearing and durable, and offer a great quality finish, but they can be a bit more expensive than alternatives like acrylic or vinyl.
Tray signs are used to provide raised lettering or logos that sit directly above shops, offices or commercial spaces to create a striking effect. The trays are made from folded metal that typically form the basis of shop front signs, corporate branding and directional signage.
Once the sign tray has been moulded into shape, the fascia can then be decorated to your
specifications and fixed into place. Sign cases can provide a great number of creative options for
your business, from in-laid acrylic lettering to backing fret cut panels, which allow the illumination of lettering and logos through the face of the aluminium panel, with acrylic backers and even creating a halo effect with lighting.
A shop sign board is general supplied with the fixing materials to fit the sign to the wall, prior to the sign tray being install, usually with fixing rails that enable the sign tray to be slotted over and positioned. Depending on the size of the sign, the fascia may be made up of numerous panels which slot together to produce one large sign.