Pendle Signs was founded in 1982 on the belief that clients should be given an honest and reliable service when buying signage and livery to advertise their business and transmit its brand identity.
The company produces all types of signs including A-boards, plaques and shop fascias. The company also designs and fits in-store POS material and livery for corporate vehicles. In addition to this, they are specialists in the design and fitting of illuminating and projecting signs, with a variety of fluorescent, neon, LED and fibre optic options available.
During its 27 years in the industry, Pendle Signs has fulfilled contracts in both the private and public sector. Its work in the latter includes the design and installation of directory systems for public buildings including libraries and hospitals, while the former has seen it provide corporate branding for shops and offices.
The company has worked on many high profile contracts, producing signs and livery for clients such as the Marsden Building Society, East Lancashire Primary Care Trust (NHS), KFC, Pizza Hut and several public house franchises.
The Pendle Signs website offers a complete guide to the services offered by the company, with easily navigable sections relating to each different aspect of their business. Visitors can also read in-depth information about the materials used by Pendle Signs and view galleries containing pictures of past projects.
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