Changeable Door Signs (Slats)

Standard Door Signs - "Slats" found in most educational institutions, offices, hospitals and any large building. Smart, cost-effective and easily replaceable on site.

Door Slat signs are probably the most commonly used systems, due to their versatility and reasonable cost.  These uniform anodized aluminium slats are generally screen printed to prevent vandalism, but can also have vinyl graphics applied to further reduce cost.  When needed, Ward Signs can produce replacement slats and either install or simply courier the new slats out (which are easy to fit). We offer many other door signs.

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Door "Disc" Signs

Door “Disc” Signs

Door Number “Discs” – Acrylic platters which have been engraved with the number or reference of the room. Can be fitted with screws or strong adhesive.

Would Highly Recommend

Fabulous and quick service received from Wards for new signage. Would highly recommend

Nicola Poole

Fast, Courteous and Well-priced

I commissioned Wards of Bristol to produce a bronze memorial plaque, which featured the intricate engraving of a scarce butterfly. The resulting work is beautiful and has completely surpassed my expectations.

The service received was also fast, courteous and well-priced, and I would gladly recommend Wards to anyone I know.

Kerry James

Very Happy

Very happy with this product. Efficient service and delivery. Will use again.
Emma Chapman
Workington Town Council

Incredibly Professional

Ward Signs was incredibly professional, prompt, and just plain wonderful to deal with. The quality of the product far exceeded my expectations; I absolutely will order from Ward again!

Jeffrey Finegan

Over 10,000 organisations in the UK have used Ward Signs

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Case Studies

Victoria & Albert Museum

Ward Signs has recently completed a new range of signage for new client Victoria & Albert Museum in London