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Stocksigns leading UK suppliers of health and safety signs and fire safety signs and products, from internal and external signs to nameplates and plaques. Signs include; traffic signs, emergency fire scape signs, hazard warning signs, no smoking signs and more.
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Very fast & efficient service & the signs i purchased were of excellent quality
Love the new signs. Really pleased with the quality & service
Always receive a good service and the people I talk to are very helpful. They always know who I am and can locate our accounts very efficiently. Thanks to all
Excellent customer service, speedy delivery of great quality signs. Will definitely be using Stocksigns again for all my signage needs!!
Great products, fanastic service & very quick delivery. I found the website very easy to use & the staff on the phone very proffesional and they knew exactly what they were talking about.A breath of fresh air to deal with! *****I will be going back to Stocksigns again very soon!
Excellent range of signs, every possibility covered, from safety signs to corporate custom made signage. Good customer service too.
Have spent a little time exploring the new web site and found the functionality easy to use, descriptions clear and the site was very "searchable". Particularly liked the emag where pages could be dragged.
Clear, clean, effective design, and simple to use.
A bold, clear website that looks really colourful and interesting with a good balance of images to text. Easy to navigate around. Seems to me that the 'sign of quality' strapline belongs under your logo and not on the black strip. And the text for 'custom made signs' could be a bit more relevant - it's too similar to your main message (maybe change to something like "We can design and make any sign to your specifications - just ask for a quote"). The four buttons at the bottom of the homepage seem important - I am not sure why they're not the top-level navigation? I'd put contact us and T&Cs at the bottom (especially the T&Cs - why are they so prominent?). As a copywriter I am biased but I think some of the copy needs an editorial eye (why the random capital letters? Not only grammatically incorrect but they hinder readability onscreen and don't look so friendly). Also why not add your product search box to the homepage?