Seymour Sign & Print were approached by Manchester Quakers to produce and install new signage to their meeting house in Sale. The meeting house was built in 1856, by the society of friends.
The Quakers were unsure of the options available, the brief was simple.
The signage needed to be clear, visible, yet not obtrusive and in keeping with the style of the building whilst being low maintenance.
Seymour Sign & Print, suggested flat cut lettering, installed on stand off studs, the choosen material was gloss white acrylic. Unlike other materials such as foam PVC which would discolour and become brittle in time, or an aluminium composite that will delaminate over a number of years, acyric provided a long term solution, with minimal ongoing maintenance.
Seymour Sign & Print, conducted a free site survey, where measurements for the signage were obtained, and an assessment of the installation site was undertaken.
Several ideas were submittec to Manchester Quakers, which were submitted for consideration to the meeting house, after a few alterations, a scale visual was produced and once approved the lettering was put into production.
Liasing with Manchester Quakers, Seymour Sign & Print arranged to install the lettering on completion of other external works being undertaken by another contractor, and at a date and time when the meeting house was not in use to ensure there was no disturbance caused to users.