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Façade signs for your company

A façade sign, or façade decor, is a unique way to make your brand visible to passers-by. Large or small. A façade sign provides information and presents your company name to the public from both a short and long distance away. In essence, façade signs make your property unique, entirely in line with your wishes.

You can design your own façade sign to meet your needs using the Design Page. There, you can determine the material, text, image and size so that your sign meets your needs and follows your company’s graphic profile. Our façade signs are UV resistant and can withstand all types of weather.

Before ordering a façade sign, it’s important to bear in mind that building permits may be required to set up larger façade signs. Contact the planning committee in your local area to clarify what rules apply to your property.

Contour-cut façade signs

Contour-cut façade signs are a popular option for creating visibility. You can design your contoured sign in sizes ranging from 15 mm to 560 mm, giving you the potential to really put your company’s mark on your building façade. The material consists of acrylic plastic that is resistant to both scratches and UV rays, which makes it ideal for outdoor use.

Façade numbers

Façade numbers are numbers you put up on the outside of a building to show the number of the property. They should be clearly visible and be of a different colour to the general colour of the building.

Here you can choose between, among other things, contoured signs that you attach with screws or standoffs, or enamel-like signs, usually with white text on a blue background. If you’re looking for slightly simpler house number signs for your home, we also offer these.

Aluminium façade signs

An aluminium façade sign is also popular, as the material is both durable and weather-resistant. An aluminium sign is expected to last for about 7-10 years.

As a façade sign for a company, shop or other property must withstand all types of weather, this material is a very good alternative. Our sheet metal signs are 1.5 mm thick, which is standard, and can be ordered in sizes from 70 x 30 mm up to 2000 x 1200 mm.

How to attach a sign using screws

Acrylic façade signs

A plexiglass or acrylic sign is usually a little smaller and creates a professional impression for customers. Acrylic signs can be used both indoors and outdoors and also have a long life. The most common place to put an acrylic façade sign is right by the entrance to present the company to the customer.

It’s simply a good option if you want to create an exclusive feeling on the outside of your building.

Plastic façade signs

If you want a plastic façade sign, there is great scope for designing one to meet your specific needs. Our plastic signs are also UV stable and resistant to wind and weather. The advantage of a plastic sign is above all the weight. There are also many fixing methods to choose from.

Make it look more attractive, make it easier and make it clearer – façade signs such as façade numbers or façade letters are becoming an increasingly common feature on houses and properties. Make it easier for customers, visitors or emergency vehicles by adding façade decor to your property.

Fixing methods – how to put up your façade sign

The fixing method you use depends on the type of façade sign you want. We offer self-adhesive tape, standoffs, screws or screw caps, among other options. If you have any questions about how to attach your façade sign to your property, please feel free to call or e-mail our customer service team.

Get a quote for façade signs

If you want to know more about what options are available from us and what a façade sign may cost, you are welcome to request a quote free of charge. We are flexible and solution-oriented. You will receive your quote by e-mail within one working day of your request.

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