Installation of Signs for Liberty Williams, Harrow Weald HA3

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Installation of signage went ahead for Liberty Williams accountants in Harrow Weald. A brushed effect internal office sign with a matt finish is displayed using satin finish metal stand-off fixings.

window frosting gives privacy and also hides any unsightly electrical cables or equipment next to the windows.

finally a gloss acrylic sign in a metal box frame was fitted to the wooden fascia, displaying the logo and name.

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New Range of NEON Style Lettering


Neon lettering can be both an expensive and fragile option for sign and display. Our newly developed range of NEON Style lettering powered by low power LED is a bright and low cost alternative. An added bonus of this solution is that i can be designed and made in literally any font style. Available in a range of colours and completely custom sizeing, our illumnated lettering is an affordable solution should you wish  to display your message or logo in style.

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New Sign for Warrender Primary School

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Reflective signMade and fitted a new sign for Warrender Primary School in Ruislip today. Replacing the old one, the new sign is made from reflective material which is very bright and eye catching, even in the daytime! The Logo and wording was printed on to it using the latest industry standard printers and the quality of the colour and resolution really is unparalleled.  Term starts on the 3rd of September with the new headteacher shown on the sign,  Mr M.Smith.

Letter Fixing Instructions

how to fit

The process for using the supplied paper fitting template and the hidden locator fixings is detailed below

paper template

Take the paper template and fix it to your fitting surface
using masking tape. This template shows the locations of
where to carefully drill the holes for the letters, so MUST be straight and level.
Ensure that the paper is tight and flattened down over the fitting surface-
any slack may impact the alignment of your mounting holes.

TIP: When fitting to brickwork, masking tape may not hold so try using duct tape.

drill the marked holes

Using the drill marks indicated on the template, drill out the holes
(initially using the smallest drill bit you can).
Make sure all marks have been drilled and then remove the template
but dont throw away until the job is complete.

screw on the cups

If you have drilled into wood you can screw the cups into place.
If you are fitting onto masonry, concrete or plaster board
you need to further open up the holes using a larger drill bit and
fit wall plugs into each hole before screwing cups into place.

TIP: When fitting the cups don’t tighten all the way, leave slightly loose[cc_h_line]

click on the letters

With all cups attached to the fitting surface you can start to
fit the lettering onto the cup part of the locators.
Apply firm, even pressure until you hear a clicking sound,
this indicates that the cups and pegs are fully locked in place.


Steel Effect Letters, Middlesex Stadium, Ruislip

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Made from brushed finish Di-Bond onto the brickwork, these letters give the clubhouse set within the grounds at the middlesex stadium in Ruislip a new elegant look. Founded in October 2007, the Clubhouse gave Ruislip a brand new experience. The Stadium has a state of the art sports bar exceeding over 400 inches of 3D and High Definition screens, intelligent mood lighting system, outdoor bar, smoking area and also serves Indian cuisine. Vistit the website at middlesexstadium.comsilver letters ruislip sign

LED Sign

Magnolia Cupcakes Vehicle Graphics

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The graphics for this vehicle were computer cut using fuscia coloured vinyl – guaranteed for up to 5 years against fading or cracking. being very bright and bold they should allow people to see when there is a cupcake delivery in progress and know to get out of the way!

Magnolia Cupcakes has opened its first distribution center in London providing authentic fresh home-made American Cupcakes, Mini Cupcakes, Pies, Whoopie Pies, Cheesecakes and Cakes for every occasion to Hotels, Caterers and to your home for all occasions.

Its recipes come from a wealth of experience providing fresh hand-made daily cupcakes to customers in New York with no compromise to ingredients.

You can visit them on Facebook or at their website here

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Warez Acrylic Sign, Wimborne road, Bournemouth

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RetroWarez Vintage Games and Consoles, Founded on December 28, 2012 is based in 489-491 Wimborne Road, Winton, Bournemouth, UK, Opposite Domino’s pizza.
Trading worldwide they buy and sell collections of retro games and hardware they are also on Facebook right here : Warez On Facebook

8 bit not really your cup of tea, fear not, this shop also stocks games and consoles including Playstation, Dreamcast and much more – definitely worth a look!

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warez retro computer games shop sign

Cycle Shop Window Graphics, Spitalfields

Window vinyl made by PJ’s Graphics to promote the cycling plus bike of the year 2012 at Swift Cycles in Spitalfields, London.

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Focus Izalco Pro 3.0

BikeRadar verdict

5 out of 5 stars

“Hugely impressive all-rounder that combines great kit, light weight and superlative ride quality”

Cycling Plus’s Bike of the Year 2012, the Focus Izalco, has been around for a couple of seasons and has seen action at the highest levels of road racing, with the top-end Team model being ridden by Katusha and now Acqua & Sapone. Impressively, the Pro shares the same frame, with a weight that hits the magical 1kg mark and has all the features you’d expect of a pro-level chassis.

Up front a tapered head tube flows into a trapezoid shaped down tube. This has structural spines at the edges which cleverly double up as channels for the internal cable routing. The hugely oversized bottom bracket shell flows into beefy chainstays. The dropouts are full-carbon and angle backwards, meeting the super-skinny seatstays behind the rear axle. This additional length allows for more flex to aid comfort without affecting the stiffness of the chainstays.

The major difference between the Team and Pro framesets is the fork: the Pro’s equipped with a 3T Rigida while the Team gets a lighter 3T Funda. Brakes and gears are SRAM Force, the equivalent of Shimano’s Ultegra (as found on the lower spec Pro 4.0). Force is lighter than Ultegra and performs arguably just as well – it certainly has better brakes.

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Rounding off the 3.0 package is a quality DT Swiss wheelset in the form of the RR 1850s. You can buy lighter for the same money but you’d be pushed to find anything put together significantly better. It’s good to see that Focus haven’t skimped on the tyres either: Continental Grand Prix offer reasonably low weight but a great feel, with plenty of comfort from the 24mm width.

On paper the Izalco certainly looks impressive, as it does on the scales too, at 7.78kg (17.2lb) for a 58cm size. But it’s the performance out on the road that counts and thankfully the Pro 3.0 doesn’t disappoint. With a compact drivetrain and wide cassette married to the bike’s overall lightness, the Izalco is truly exceptional for long hilly rides. That’s not to say that when you want to stomp on the pedals and thrash, it doesn’t follow suit – if anything the Pro 3.0 is at its best when you’re going as hard as you can.

The Izalco’s not just composed and rigid under power but it handles with a confident swiftness too. It’s absolutely among the very best around. Cannondale’s SuperSix Apex may have the edge in the handling stakes and the Trek 3.5 Madone sneaks it for comfort, while Canyon’s Ultimate offers unparalleled equipment, but the Izalco is quite simply the best jack of all trades. That’s why it’s our Bike of the Year.

This bike was tested as part of Cycling Plus magazine’s 2012 Bike Of The Year feature – read the full results in issue 260, on sale Friday 2 March.

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