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Customer Questions

What are the phases for re-opening society and business in Ireland?

There are 5 phases in the Roadmap to ease restrictions. Each phase consists of a menu of options will be considered by Government as it gradually opens up economic and social activities.

Examples of the types of actions which will be considered under the various phases include:

Phase 1 (18 May)

  • Allow outdoor meetings between people from different households
  • Open up childcare for healthcare workers
  • Phased return of outdoor workers
  • Open retailers which are primarily outdoor or those which were open during first level of restriction (e.g. opticians)
  • Opening of certain outdoor public amenities

Phase 2 (8 June)

  • Allow visits to households
  • Develop plans and supports to open up business with consideration for safety of staff and customers
  • Open small retail outlets and marts where social distancing can be observed
  • Open public libraries

Phase 3 (29 June)

  • Allow small social gatherings
  • Opening of crèches, childminders and pre-schools for children of essential workers in phased manner
  • Return to work for those with low levels of interaction
  • Open non-essential retail outlets with street level entrance and exit
  • Open playgrounds

Phase 4 (20 July)

  • Opening of crèches, childminders and pre-schools for children of all other workers on a gradually increasing basis
  • Return to work for those who cannot work from home
  • Gradual easing of restrictions for higher risk services (e.g. Hairdressers)
  • Opening of museums, galleries, places of worship

Phase 5 (10 August)

  • Allow larger social gatherings
  • Return to work across all sectors
  • On a phased basis, commencing at the beginning of the academic year 2020/2021, opening of primary and secondary schools and 3rd level institutions
  • Further easing of restrictions on high risk retail services
  • The Roadmap also sets out a framework for future decision making, which will at all times be underpinned by public health advice.Are construction and safety signs made in a material suitable for outdoors?

Are construction and safety signs made in a material suitable for outdoors?

Yes, all our construction and safety signs are suitable for both outdoors and indoors.

They are made from corrie board so they can stand up to the tough elements of Irish weather.

Are your signs suitable for outdoors?

Yes our signs are printed on a plastic material which will last outdoors in all weather conditions.
All our signs are laminated to protect the print.

Can we get refills for the sanitation stations?

Yes our refills are in stock our supplier is established 15 years and carries a large range of stock.

Can we incorporate our logo in the construction sign?

Yes we can incorporate your company or business logo onto your signs or other products.

Simply contact us to let us know what you would like to personalise and we will be more than happy to help you with your request.

Can you customise the signs?

Yes we can customise the range of products and incorporate your logo.
We are part of AB Signs est 23 years and have a full in-house design and production team.

Should floor graphics be rated?

Yes all floor graphics need to be R rated, cheaper versions are causing issues.

How much of the profit will go to Barnardos?

We are giving 10% of our profits to Barnardos from our construction and safety signage range.

This will help them provide support to hundreds of families and children across Ireland who need their help and we are proud to do everything we can to assist them in this cause.

Is it possible to collect?

Yes we are based in Tougher Business Park, Naas Co Kildare we are open Monday to Friday 9am – 5:30pm

Can your company manufacture customised hand sanitising stands?

Yes, we would happily assist you with this request and will do whatever we can to make sure you design can be made and delivered to your business as specified.

Can pavement signs be rebranded?

Yes, we can rebrand pavement signs to have your business or company logo present.

Simply contact us with your logo design and we can incorporate it into the design for you.

Are floor graphics same as floor stickers?

Yes floor graphics are printed on adhesive backing and covered with a anti slip R rates laminate you just peel off the backing paper and apply onto a clean floor.

Is it possible to remove floor graphics?

Yes floor graphics can be removed and the surface below it cleaned.

Are the Pull-ups hard to set up?

No these pulls ups are simple to set up open the case take out the pole and roll up you pull up banner and fix to pole 1 minute max.