Frequently Asked Questions

What signage can BEP Signs deliver?

We offer a wide range of signage and manufacture 90% in-house in our well-equipped workshops and print rooms, where we guarantee quality and meeting your deadlines.

Do you cover all over the UK and Ireland?

BEP Signs are a nationwide company and have worked with clients throughout the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland.

How much will my sign(s) cost?

We can work within your budget to provide you with the very best solution for your signage needs and will always provide a cost for approval prior to manufacturing or printing.

Do BEP Signs deal with planning permission?

This can be a time-consuming process, and as such, we recommend you contact your relevant or local authority and seek guidance for this area. We will be more than happy to provide you with the specifications and drawings required for planning.

How long does production take once I am happy with the design?

The timescale depends on the size of the project; for smaller jobs, i.e. vinyl and other small-scale signs, we can sometimes provide a next-working-day turnaround. For larger projects, we estimate 15 working days, although this is determined by the size and complexity of the work and materials involved, and so these larger jobs can take 15-25 days from receipt of order/artwork approval.

Do BEP Signs arrange the power supply?

No, we will provide the required illumination specified, however, we will always require you to have a qualified electrician available to hard wire into your power supply.

Are proofs of my new signs provided before I decide to proceed?

Yes, of course. All artwork must be checked, approved, and signed off by the customer prior to manufacturing and installation. Any amendments after you have confirmed the design and specifications will incur additional costs. All artwork designs remain the property of BEP Signs, unless specifically agreed otherwise.

What are the differences between vehicle graphics and vehicle livery?

‘Vehicle graphics’ and ‘vehicle livery’ are the names used to describe the application of vinyl graphics to any type of vehicle. This can range from cars, vans, and lorries, through to buses and boats, all of which we have worked on for our clients.