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Ladder Signs

If you want a practical way to include lots of information on one sign then ladder signs are the answer.

These signs consist of horizontal slats layered one above the other in a laddered effect, all secured on one easy to read sign.

Ladder signs are often made out of wood so they look natural in rural areas. They can be a great way to point people in different directions, from one main focal point.

These ladder signs look particularly good in rural locations, as they are often designed to look decorative. They are finished with preservative to ensure that they last for years in sometimes harsh weather environments.

Slats can be made in various lengths and widths to accommodate different amounts of information. These slats can be permanently fixed to their posts or be made to be interchangeable.

Fitzpatrick Woolmer offer bespoke ladder signs to suit specific requirements. Because these signs are so versatile they can be made to the exact width and height required, containing the exact amount of laddered slats as needed.

For more information about Fitzpatrick Woolmer’s range of signage, including fantastic ladder signs visit www.fwdp.co.uk

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