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Architectural Lettering

High level signage is a speciality of Escott Signs. Letters can be built-up or flat cut, illuminated or non-illuminated and manufactured from a wide range of materials including acrylic, aluminium and stainless steel.

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Digital Printing

Digital vinyl graphics are computer printed coloured designs or photographs onto self adhesive vinyl backings, suitable for both internal and external use. They can be produced to any size whatsoever, whereby the only limitation is your imagination!

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Fascia Signs

Fascia signs are the main focus of any building and publicise the client’s name and corporate logo.

Traditionally manufactured from folded aluminium panels, they can be powder coated to any colour finish and applied with a range of letters and logos manufactured from acrylic, aluminium or stainless steel to provide unlimited options for illuminated and non-illuminated signage.

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Post Signs and Monoliths

Post signs have endless forms and specifications, ranging from a single post mounted ‘finger’ type sign, to twin post signs and monolith signs, sometimes referred to as totem or pylon signs.

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Directional and Projecting Signs

Projecting signs are double sided and therefore visible from both directions.  They range from traditional type suspended signs to internally illuminated signs and are an eye catching addition to the main fascia sign.

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Corporate Logos

Corporate logos are often seen as a vital part of a company’s signage scheme, where image is everything. Our own in-house design team can create an image for your own company using state-of-the-art computerised technology.

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Complete Themes

Working closely with designers and architects, our design team ensure that continuity is achieved on completed themes and, once a theme has been established, it gives instant recognition to potential customers.

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Steel Security Doors

This extremely robust steel door set is widely used to protect the emergency exits where security is necessary to prevent unauthorised access.

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