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New ACM Fascia Panel for Goodfellow Electrical Solutions


New ACM Fascia Panel for Goodfellow Electrical Solutions


Goodfellow Electrical Solutions

Robin Goodfellow is an experienced, fully-qualified electrician based in Bridport, Dorset. His company, Goodfellow Electrical Solutions, offers all manner of electrical services in the region—from rewiring to safety testing and installations. Robin only started his business a few years ago and is now a trusted name in the industry thanks to his professional and friendly service.

Over the years we have wrapped numerous works vans and cars for Goodfellow's that incorporate their iconic black and gold branding onto the different vehicles in their fleet including a VW Transporter and their VW Caddy.

Installing Sign to Prefabricated Steel Industrial Building Workshop
Installing New ACM Signage In Panels
Installing Sign to Prefabricated Steel Industrial Building Workshop
Checking Seamless Finish & Wrapped Edges
New Business Fascia Sign - ACM - Goodfellow Electrical - Circuit Bord Style Design with Gold Lettering and black background
Completed Signage Installation


New Unit, New Signage!

Goodfellow Electrical have been going from strength to strength, and have now taken over a new unit in the Bridport area to expand the businesses catchment area. To take ownership of the new space, the team quickly gave us a call to commission a new Shop Front Sign. We always speak about the importance of these to get up as quickly as possible after taking over a new site or unit in an industrial park - the sooner you can get your branding and name into the new environment the better! There is a signage material, design , budget, and material for all size organisations. Being based in an Industrial Estate, we knew the sign needed to be bold, simple, easily legible from a distance and long lasting.

A highly popular signage material, ACM (Aluminium Composite Material) can be cut to any size, easily fixed in place, and faced with either a direct print, or a vinyl overlay for full-colour vibrancy, longevity and ease of renewing in a few years time. Our Long-lasting vinyl applications are printed onto a high-performance vinyl with either a 1, 5 or 7-year guarantee. This variety allows you to assess how long the signage needs to be in place, if you have any upcoming plans to refresh your branding or vision, as well as be assured your sign is going to look great for years to come. As the ACM will always outlive its vinyl application, it means you can re-face your signage time and time again without having to replace everything.

Perfectly lightweight, ACM signage can easily be fixed to prefabricated steel industrial workshops. Goodfellow Electricals new large 3meter+ sign was split into equal panels to allow for easy installation and aligned with each of the steel panels behind for multiple fixing points.

Expert Precision Installations


ACM Fascia Panels

Creating eye-catching and sleek business signage for either interior and exterior displays is something we pride ourselves on. We wouldn't call ourselves specialists if we did not have some of the most skilled team members in the South West, or one of the largest arrays of print medias at our disposal!

ACM as you've learnt briefly above is a perfectly budget-friendly, long-lasting and highly versatile signage media that can suit a range of settings and application styles.

If you are looking to invest in new signage, or refresh your existing signage, please do not hesitate to get in touch!

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Need to discuss your business signage, placement, longevity, or design options? Get in touch via our contact us page to discuss and talk about your project. We have worked with many clients from all sectors and business sizes to produce their site signage across the South West and further afield. Our expert Quotations Team, in-house Design Team, and Installations Team are all on-hand to provide information and assistance.

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Posted by Samantha on February 9th 2023

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