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We offer a number of options for shopfront signs. We can install a new sign to your fascia board, fit a new sign across the old one or apply vinyl graphics onto your newly painted fascia board.
installers for new shop signs that have been custom made for to display logs and crestsFor most new signs, a sheet of dibond is the material of choice. Strong and rigid, this signmaking material comprises of two sheets of enamel-coated aluminium either side of a hard plastic core. Fixed in position by self-tapping screws, this material has the longest life and is both rust & weather resistant. This type of sign can also be fitted across an existing older sign making for a fast installation.
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Corriboard is a cheaper alternative to dibond and is fitted in much the same way. More suited to temporary applications, corriboard is also ideal for interior shop signs, and when not subjected to the elements can be expected to give excellent value of money and a much extended life expectancy.
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Another method of fitting signs to a shop front is to apply vinyl lettering and graphics to the existing fascia board. A fresh coat of paint to the wooden board can dramatically alter the appearance of a store and cut down the price of a new sign dramatically. Once the design of the sign has been finalised, the machine cut lettering and logos can be applied in a quick time.
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Both the use of a new backing board (dibond/corriboard) and the application of machine cut letters have their own advantages when it comes to deciding what the best alternative would be for a new sign. When a new base is used, it looks pristine and covers up any imperfections in the original signage/fascia behind it. When vinyl letteing is used on an existing sign, the cost is obviously lower and the new artwork can be designed so as to best make us of the space available.
Another alternative to the options above is the use of 3d raised lettering which became very popular in the main shopping streets of Ireland in the past twenty years and is still regularly used today. Click here to see our for machine cut raised letter signs.

Some of the types of stores we've designed signs for in the past include butchers, newsagents, grocers, florists, hotels, webdesign companies, hair salons, restaurants, pubs, takeaways, glass shops, petrol stations, gyms, creches and football clubs.    

Over the last fifteen years we've worked in pretty much every town in the northeast of Ireland including:
Carlingford Castleblaney Carrickmacross Dundalk Blackrock Louth Village Castlebellingham Dunleer Clogherhead Collon Ardee Kingscourt Slane Navan Kells Dunshaughlin Ashbourne Balbriggan Skerries Swords Drogheda