They say you never get a second chance to make a first impression, so when St Helens Primary School wanted some new entrance gates to welcome pupils and parents, they knew they had to look as smart and professional as their teaching staff.
High security wasn’t a factor, but personalisation was, so the school specified laser cut letters spelling out the word ‘ENTRANCE’ for the fixed panels that supported the two swinging leafs.
As you’ll see from the picture above, they’re also a good match for the fixed railings that border the pavement.
Lasering is a precise method of cutting a design from a given material using a CAD file to guide it. As you’ll see, the finish is excellent, and can be tailored to suit a vast array of applications. Not just letters, but intricate patterns can be planned and cut to produce bespoke fencing solutions for customers looking to make their properties stand out.
Alexandra is being sent more and more projects like this every year and we welcome the opportunity to help installers and specifiers find something special.Download PDF