When you first come to us, we’ll ask you about the type of signs you’re after and where you plan to have them fitted. As a sign installation expert we know manufacturing materials and location determine the longevity of your signs and how we’ll go about installing them.

    You’ll then be assigned a project manager, and they’ll conduct a site audit to scope out your space and make sure everything is structurally as it should be. We’ll want to execute your ideas satisfactorily, as well as assess the risks.

    The next stage is designing and building your signs to the highest construction standards. We’ll then move on to sign installation with minimum hassle and maximum flexibility – working around normal office hours to avoid disrupting your day. Ongoing customer care as and when needed is a given at Glyphics.

    With over 30 years in the business, we’re highly experienced with an exceptional safety track record working in both outdoor and indoor environments. We install at any location anywhere in the UK or even abroad, complying fully to relevant Health & Safety regulations and respecting our surroundings wherever we are.


    Our teams undergo frequent training, both in-house and externally. Every member of the installation team has or is working to achieve an NVQ Level 2 Diploma in Signmaking, as well as PASMA (mobile towers) and IPAF (powered access platform) certificates. They also hold valid CSCS cards, as do our estimating and design team, just in case they need to carry out site visits.

    Glyphics as a company holds current Alcumus Safecontractor and Constructionline accreditation – that means everything is done with the safety of your customers and employees in mind.

    We think that’s a good sign, but to be on the safest possible side, our senior managers are also IOSHH trained in Managing Safely and we employ the Royal Bank of Scotland to provide us with Health and Safety advice 24-hours if required.

    Big Up Glyphics

    Sign installation close up of a hand and screw driver
    Close up of a sign maker installing blue acrylic lettering and logo on a white wall
    An orange dot is applied as the final touch to the installation of a blue logo sign fixed to a white wall
    Preparing for an outdoor sign in London Zoo
    Reclaimed wood archway outdoor sign
    Picture of a vinyl window sign being installed. Using intricate graphics in white and red