T3 Signs

Showing all the signs of a bright future

While 2020 brought its own challenges, work continued very much as usual at Northampton-based T3 Signs, and the family-run fi rm has enjoyed a positive start to the new year. Working throughout the past year, despite lockdowns and in line

with social distancing, husband and wife team Pete and Lauren Nicklin, who founded the business in 2014, have found that while the order book has remained healthy, clients’ focus may have changed slightly. In the world of sport in particular, where T3 Signs is proud to be

offi cial signage partners for Northampton Town and Northamptonshire County Cricket Club, work has switched to directional and safety signage in preparation for the return of visitors and supporters when restrictions allow them back in. Lauren Nicklin explained: “It has been a diffi cult time, of course, for

both ourselves and our customers, but we have worked throughout. T e emphasis may have changed – we’ve recently done 800 fl oor stickers for the Cobblers ready for when they can begin to get back to normal - and we’ve done more work supplying sneeze guards and banners promoting handwashing and social distancing for clients, but we’ve luckily remained very busy. “In addition to that, we’ve been able to continue with work for the

likes of local haulage company Wrefords, and we recently did the rebranding of Octopus Installations when it became part of dbfb. “We’ve adapted the way we work to make sure everything is COVID

secure, and fortunately, we’re in a good place to push forward during 2012.” T e T3 Signs website has recently been relaunched and off ers a

range of information about the services and products available, which includes interior and exterior signs, stickers and labels, banners, safety signs, window graphics and vehicle wraps. A wealth of experience in the process of sign making allows T3 Signs

to take customers through the entire process, from concept and design to manufacture and installation. Ongoing investment in equipment ensures high quality products – backed up by the fi rm’s commitment to its four key principles of Trust, Value, Service and Quality. Pete added: “We bring together all the skills, enthusiasm and

dedication that you would be expect from a family business and put those together to provide a quick response, cost-eff ective and high- quality service. “Now, probably more than ever, businesses need to catch the eye,

promote themselves and also provide a safe and secure environment for workers and visitors. Whether they are practical and helpful or designed to be eye-catching to attract new business, T3 Signs can help you to get exactly what you want.”

Find out more by calling 01604 629599, email or visit the website


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