Wall Mounted Signs (External)

Wall mounted signs are signs that are fixed directly to a wall (as opposed to being attached to posts in the ground, hung from a ceiling or other method of fixing).

Flat faced wall mounted signs are usually either a “Panel” or a “Tray”.  Panel based signs are simply cut to size from a sheet (or “substrate”), while “Trays” have a depth to them having being made from a folded piece of aluminium to form a tall wide box.  Alternatively, curved signs can be fabricated to give a unique look.

When fitted directly to a wall, tray signs naturally have a strong yet subtle presence and (literally) stand out.  Panels can either be “flush fitted” (fitted right up against the wall) or can have stand-off fixings (“legs”) which hold them off the wall.

Panel signage can be manufactured using different mediums of substrate, including; coloured or clear acrylic, wood, aluminiumstainless steel and bronze plaques.

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