New Signage for Coombefield Vets in Axminster and Seaton, Devon

Coombefield Vets Replacement Signage Axminster & Seaton
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Coombefield Veterinary Surgery was established as a mixed practice in the 20th Century for the care of livestock, horses and companion animals. They have practices in Axminster and Seaton in East Devon.

Coombefield Vets initially contacted Creative Solutions with the brief of updating their signage across their multiple sites in Axminster and Seaton with the correct information and surgeon logos. The branding had been improved and the signage needed updating across the board to reflect that.

After a site visit and a consultation with the equine division, our signage team put together a quotation to replace the signage, maintaining the professional appearance of the signs whilst being as cost effective as possible. Once approved, our graphic design team put together digital visuals of how the signage would look in situ for approval from Coombefield.

Once the artwork was approved, the work was booked into production and installation. The signage consisted of 3mm Aluminium Composite Material (often known as ACM) with vinyl and cut text applied to it. ACM is ideally suited to external signage, it's a lightweight but highly rigid substrate perfect for mounting the print work on. It's resistant to fading over time and creates a clean, professional finish. 

For the installation itself, the old signage was removed and replaced with the new signage. Working to a tight deadline due to an inspection from a governing body, we completed the work a day earlier than expected. 

For more information on signage and how we can help your business, don't hesitate to contact us on 01297 630130 or email us at 


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Posted by Rob on January 27th 2017

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