Sign Installation

NOT ALL SIGNAGE IS SIMPLE.

Sign Installation

In fact, a large majority sign installation and of Sign Group work can be deemed as specialist, including overnight installations, work at height and weather damaged sign repair.

Whilst the core of our business lies in production, our skilled and knowledgeable installation team cover all aspects of banner, vinyl, wrap and rigid sign installation across the length and breadth of the UK.

Investing heavily in training and equipment means our fleet of liveried vans and team can meet your sign requirements any time of day, every day of the week. We are fully insured for both signwriting and sign erection including working at heights by use of scaffolding, portable platform or powered access.

Our access team are both IPAF and MEWP trained and certified for peace of mind and our extensive, correct use of PPE during an installation will meet your on-site guidelines and safety requirements.

 

The process of sign installation can vary depending on the type of sign and the location where it will be installed. However, there are some general steps that are typically followed when installing a sign:

  1. Site inspection: Before the installation, a site inspection is conducted to determine the best location for the sign. Factors such as visibility, traffic flow, and height restrictions are taken into consideration.
  2. Design and permit approval: The design of the sign is created and submitted for permit approval. The design must comply with local zoning regulations and building codes.
  3. Preparation of the installation site: The installation site is prepared by ensuring that the location is level and free of debris. The area is marked to indicate where the sign will be installed.
  4. Assembly of the sign: The sign is assembled according to the design specifications. This may involve attaching letters, graphics, or other elements to the sign substrate.
  5. Installation of the sign: The sign is attached to the installation site using appropriate hardware such as screws, bolts, or brackets. The sign is typically mounted onto a post or structure.
  6. Electrical connections: If the sign is illuminated, electrical connections are made to power the lights. This may involve running wires from the sign to a nearby electrical source.
  7. Testing and adjustment: Once the sign is installed, it is tested to ensure that it is functioning correctly. Any necessary changes are made to ensure that the sign is level, straight, and properly aligned.
  8. Clean-up: After the installation is complete, the installation site is cleaned up, and any debris or equipment is removed.

It is important to note that trained professionals should perform sign installation to ensure that the sign is installed safely and according to local regulations.