Traditional Signs using Modern Materials

The Sign Maker
Painted Tricoya Signs

Traditional Signs
using modern materials

If you are looking for a more traditional looking sign with painted letters rather than vinyl letterng, these signs are your answer. The board is a wood based board made using a high performance resin. It is very stable, strong, durable and weatherproof. Tricoya itself comes with a 50 year guarantee. It is also environmentally friendly.


The sign is spray painted using is a two component polyurethane paint which is much more durable than standard brush-on paints. It is not only much tougher and longer lasting, but is also more resilient to chemicals.

As standard we paint Black & White. In addition Cream, Heritage Green, Red, Farrow & Ball Estate No.84 green blue, Farrow & Ball Stiffkey Blue, Red and Grey are available for extra £5. We can have other colours mixed for us and can match RAL, Dulux and Farrow & Ball colours

Tel 01769 561186 / 561355

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Painted Oak Signs are also available
Traditional Framed Signs

These top quality wooden framed signs are designed to last. They feel really solid and have a substancial weight to them. The style is  very traditional but we do use the latest panel material and paint system, along with a beautiful oak frame.

The inner panel is made from Tricoya board. This is a wood based board made using a high performance resin.

The frame & panel are sprayed with a two component polyurethane paint which is far more durable than standard brush-on paints. The lettering is then painted onto the panel (and frame as well if required)

Tel 01769 561186 / 561355

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