Hanging Signs come with screw eyes and quick links for an easy, intuitive installation. Tighten the quick links with a wrench so passers-by cannot remove your sign. See scroll hanging instructions.
Wall Signs come with two interlocking rails fastened to the back. The “inner rail” is attached to the sign. The outer rail” is attached to the inner rail with two locking screws. See wall hanging instructions.
Single-Post Signs (small)
Small single post mounting signs come with some angles and hardware in a separate bag. See single post hanging instructions.
Single-Post Signs (large)
Large single post mounting signs come with aluminium channels screwed to the back of the sign and some angles and hardware in a separate bag. See single post hanging instructions.
Signs come with pairs of interlocking rails fastened to the back. The “inner rail” is attached to the sign. The outer rail” is attached to the inner rail with two locking
screws. See two-post hanging instructions.
Your sign has been hand-crafted using the finest materials. It is designed to withstand normal weather conditions for many years. Appropriate care will maintain the beauty and lengthen the life of your sign. We recommend the following:
- Wash your sign two or three times yearly as needed to remove dust,tree sap, bird droppings, spider webs or anything that may hurt the beauty or finish of your sign. Use mild soap and water with a soft sponge. If your sign has gilding do NOT scrub or burnish the gold leaf in any way. Gentle cleansing is best.
- If you have a two-sided ‘hanging sign’, turn it around every year or two. This will postpone any fading that may eventually occur from extended UV exposure.
- Should your sign get scratched or damaged, contact us and we can supply you with a touch up kit, or in extreme cases we can arrange to refurbish your sign. See maintenance instructions.
- Should your sign get tagged, clean it off right away. See instractions for graffiti removal.
Install your sign in three easy steps
Back off the two locking screws far enough to remove the outer rail.
Fasten the outer rail to your wall. Make sure the wall rail is level with the flange up and out. Use screws that are long enough to fasten into a stud or other solid wall substrate. Some walls may require pre-drilling.
Lower your sign (with rail flange down) onto the wall rail. Make sure the flanges have interlocked. Fully tighten the locking screws so that your sign cannot be removed.