Plaques are custom designed and easily mounted on to a standard single pedestal or a double pedestal, these interpretive displays are perfect for sharing information about historical sites, displaying maps or trail routes and animals/vegetation on trails. They are great for displaying any and all images and information, which makes them suitable for use in industries that are bursting with information!
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Powdered Aluminum Standard Single sided pedestal or double pedestal.
This aluminum pedestal can be powder coated in a variety of colours.
Available for mounting up to 24x36 panels with a single pedestal or larger signs
with multiple pedestals.
Standard pedestals have 2 options:
Pole base (60" long pole for post hole installation)
Base Plate (7"x7" base plate to mount to threaded rods in concrete pad or tube)
all aluminum construction for corrosion resistance
sturdy 3"x3" post
outdoor polyester powder coating
customizable top plate can be made in a variety of shapes and sizes
custom design available for mounting
Western Red Cedar single sided pedestal or double pedestal.
This pedestal mount uses cedar 2"x4"s and 4"x4"s to create a robust pedestal for
your sign. Signs over 24"x36" will require two or more legs for the pedestal.
Custom sizes are available. Frames ship untreated and can be stained but don't
require it. The wood weathers to a natural silver-grey if left untreated.
Western Red or Eastern White Cedar Trail Header
This vertical mount sign frame is fabricated from 4"x4" or 6"x6" Western Red Cedar.
12' uprights allow for up the sign to be mounted at varying heights with up to 48"
of post secured in the ground. Cedar keys hold the signboard in place on both sides
and can be removed to allow for easy maintenance of the sign. Custom sizes available.
Options include cedar or metal roofs, lockable cabinets and corkboards.
Keep in mind we have other options available, lets discuss your requirement for your interpretive display project.