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Comprehensive coloured signage film portfolio and service

William Smith signage film portfolio sign
William Smith coloured signage film portfolio.

William Smith stocks a comprehensive range of coloured opaque, translucent and diffuser films including a variety which are stocked in its warehouse ready for distribution in all colours from leading material suppliers 3M and Avery Dennison, covering all signage project requirements.

The portfolio offers a huge choice of standard colours with additional matching services available from 3M and Avery Dennison should a customer require an exact colour – ideal for those big corporate branding projects.

Ranging from 2 to 12 year-durability to suit short, intermediate and long-term applications, coloured opaque films are ideal for applications ranging from PoS and exhibition to windows, vehicle graphics and signage.

Often seen in use on shop front and garage forecourt signage, translucent films are “perfect” for grabbing attention and building brand recognition. Used on backlit signage, the films are available in 5 to 10- year durability.

William Smith stocks all the recommended diffuser films for use with its range of translucent films to help minimise hot spots and improve light distribution on the face of illuminated signage. In addition, thebusiness offers customers product support, the ability to order as a part roll and online ordering with individual pricing.

Using these films on its shop floor every day, the William Smith team have in-depth knowledge and a true understanding of the products they sell.

Thanks to its purpose-built warehouse William Smith offers a superior service. The materials store and despatch facility is 14,316sq. ft, has nearly 2,000 storage bays and two loading bays, enabling efficient handling.

Holding over 16,000 boxes of material, customers have the biggest choice of products on the market and don’t need to hold stock. All materials are available for next day delivery on orders made before 6pm.

www.williamsmith.co.uk/signage-films