Townscape launches new range of wooden noticeboards
Townscape Products has launched a brand-new range of oak and man-made timber noticeboards.
Collections 50 and 55 boast traditional-looking noticeboards, available in a variety of finishes.
Collection 50 comprises Townscape’s
premium quality oak noticeboards, available in either a light or dark oak with a microporous wood stain finish. The sundeala pinboard can offer space
for up to nine A4 posters – depending on the chosen dimensions of the unit – and thanks to its long life, it can withstand an influx of pins time and
The bay is made up of 4mm toughened glass to withstand exposure to the elements and any potential vandalism, but polycarbonate glazing is also available
as an alternative, should that be more appropriate for the chosen environment.
Additional features include a weatherstrip, integral ventilation and a robust lock to prevent tampering.
Collection 55 is home to
Townscape’s man-made timber noticeboards, available in a dark brown finish and varying sizes, with the option to hold up to nine A4 posters per bay.
Vinyl lettering can be seen at the top of the board and is available in red, maroon, dark green and dark blue.
The bay comprises 4mm polycarbonate sheet glazing and a 6mm self-healing rubber pinboard. Add to this a robust lock, a weatherstrip and integral ventilation,
and the product is virtually maintenance free.
With both ranges, buyers can opt for mounted units or posts to install the boards into the ground in either a landscape or portrait format. With these
versatile installation options, Townscape’s noticeboards are ideal to position outside village halls, conservative clubs, parks, churches, council
buildings and outdoor attractions.
Noticeboards in both collections also come with the option of a magnetic back panel as an alternative to the rubber pinboard, and LED lighting – the perfect
solution for boards situated in dimly lit areas.
To find out which noticeboard is best suited to your project, give our friendly team a call on 01623 513 355.
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