Exterior Signs

Create visual impact to the exterior of your working space with our range of external signs in a wide choice of materials and finishes.

Exterior Signs that create impact

Reinforce your branding to customers, employees and visitors with sign design that showcases your working environment.

Exterior signs are often the first thing a visitor or potential customer sees. They should promote a positive initial reaction, and should re-enforce the company branding and core values. Outdoor signage must be weather-resistant and able to stand the stresses of the elements.

We manufacture exterior signs from a range of materials to meet the clients needs. Our design team works with architects, specifiers and brand managers to help realise the vision.

First impressions last. Exterior signs are the first thing visitors look at and they express your brand and values. Exterior signs can reinforce a message and give visitors and staff a sense of well-being and comfort.

Research shows that external signage has more branding power than having a social media presence. There is something permanent and long-standing about using physical materials to represent company values and ethos.

“Can we have a logo that is illuminated white at night and black during the day?” We like a challenge! Our outdoor signage solutions can include a range of materials and fixing methods.

Stainless steel is a popular choice for exterior signage, due to its resistance to corrosion. We can help to specify numerous options to clients to help meet the brief.

Fitting exterior signage can be a logistical challenge, especially when we need to organise access. Our project team has organised the fitting or large signs over dual carriageways and in busy city centres.

Frequently Asked Questions

Exterior signage is usually one of the first engagements that a building user has with the building and that company or organisation, so it can immediately provide an insight into the culture and values of the building occupier. Exterior signage is also vitally important in retail to help attract passers-by.

Exterior signage displays a company’s brand and provides a wayfinding reference for visitors and members of staff. Exterior signage can help to reinforce company values and provide insight into the culture and ethos of the organisation. Use of materials and fixing methods play an important role in representing the organisation through external signage.

There is a huge range and choice of materials that can be used when creating exterior signs. Usually, the most important factors to consider are the location of the signs and ensuring longevity against outside elements. The location of the sign will have an impact on the installation method.

xsign provides a huge range of exterior signage options in a choice of materials and colours. When manufacturing exterior signs we often specify automotive grade paint to ensure an excellent finish and longevity.

This depends on the type of exterior sign being installed. We can cater for all exterior signage installations. If we need to use cherry pickers or cranes to install signs high on to the side of a building, we can do that. Ask us about our signage installations at BT in Birmingham or the University of Northampton.

Use our contact form at the bottom of this page to make an enquiry and a member of our team will be in touch to discuss your requirements.

We have a dedicated sales team with a huge amount of experience in the signage industry. Feel free to use the contact form at the bottom of this email to make an enquiry or use the other contact methods listed to get in touch.

We work with both end users and main contractors. We have worked with the biggest main contractors in the UK, including Kier, Morgan Sindall, Galliford Try, Willmott Dixon, BAM and many others.

As well as providing exterior signs for main contractors, we have also provided signage schemes for many architectural practices and we have worked with some of the biggest brands in the UK including BT, UBS, University of Birmingham, University College London Hospital and many others.