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    "To-Let" signs: please recommend supplier/source

    I need to get a To Let sign Board for my property. Can anyone recomend a company they have used or know of?

    I've used these people before and was happy with the result.
    They send the boards to you in the post.


    They also offer internet advertising with a web address shown on the board.

    I have also used Henderson's signs in Putney, London. They are a big estate agent board supplier.
    When I used them, they cost about twice as much as Elmleaf but the board is made of higher quality and you can have any design/colour you want.
    They will also erect the board for you for an additional fee if you need them to do this.




      01903 734962

      01529 415511
      0117 9352029
      01635 46125

      We used Kremer and were very happy with the price and end result. We also were able to knock them down a bit on price. They also have a good glossy broshure.


        Also see (re clips for boards) http://www.landlordzone.co.uk/forums...ad.php?t=12353.
        Members posting there may also be able to help re sourcing the boards themselves.
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          Plenty of suppliers on ebay.


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