The Material used for the Anti Climb Paint Signs:
Aluminium Composite is a lightweight product made of two sheets of painted aluminium with a solid polyethylene core. Designed primarily for long-term indoor or outdoor use, it is weather and rust resistant.
Installation and Care: Our Aluminium Composite signs are supplied without pre-drilled fixing holes which allows you to drill your own holes to suit the surface that the sign will be fastened to. This also allows you the option to use any other fixing methods of your choice, such as standard adhesives.
Aluminium composite signs may be displayed in several ways, including:
• Fixed to posts
• Framed and staked
• Adhered to walls
• Wired to fencing
Semi Rigid Plastic is a tough flexible material suitable for long term external applications. As well as the standard warning signs this base is also available as a glow in the dark sign.
Installation and Care: Our rigid plastic signs are supplied without pre-drilled fixing holes which allows you to drill your own holes or use standard adhesives to suit the surface that the sign will be fastened to. This also allows you the option to use any other fixing methods of your choice.
Self Adhesive Vinyl is a tough flexible and scuff resistant material suitable for external applications.
Installation and Care: Our vinyl signs are self adhesive and suitable for external applications. Care should be taken to carefully clean and degrease the surface before application, we recommend methylated spirits, they should only be used on smooth clean surfaces. Do NOT use white spirit to clean surfaces as it will leave an oily greasy residue.
Yes, under the Occupier's liability act 1984 householders have a duty of care to anyone on their property no matter whether they are legally entitled to be there or not.
There is no fixed rule but by law you must make sure its reasonably clear, the general interpretation of this is that they must be displayed every 2-3 metres and be viewable from any direction of approach.
You should always make sure that it is applied where it can not accidentally get on to passers by. The general interpretation of this is that it must be applied at at least 2 metres above any walkway or floor height.