Slate Signs

Bespoke, engraved, slate house signs and slate numbers are an increasingly popular way to personalise and improve the kerbside appearance of a property. All signs are customisable from the size, thickness, font & fixing method. Proofs can be provided to ensure the design is as desired.

Please see the further information below. Do not hesitate to contact us if you require further details.

Our Brazilian riven slate signs can be cut to shape and size to suit any project, from a small house number to a large commercial sign, all needs can be catered for.

Prices vary depending on the size of the piece and the text required. 
For a no obligation quote please supply us with a rough sketch containing the required dimensions and text to signs@ardosiaslate.co.uk 
If you include your postcode we can price for delivery at the same time.

We can provide any font that is available in Microsoft Word or if you have a font in mind, we will try our best to replicate this.

Images can be engraved onto slate, depending on the level of detail these may need to be lasered instead. To discuss further please send details to signs@ardosiaslate.co.uk

Engraving is infilled with a hard-wearing paint that will stand the test of time. 

Standard colour is white however we can also supply other colours on request.

We stock our Brazilian Slate in two colours: Graphite Black and Blue Grey.

Standard thickness for signs is 20mm however other options are available:
Graphite Black signs can be produced in either 12mm, 20mm, 25mm or 40mm thick slate.

We can include countersunk holes to enable you to fit the sign where needed. Alternatively, we can secure fixing rods into the back of the sign if required.

Our slate has a fine riven finish, this means you will see some natural texture across the surface as well as some variation in colour. We do not stock honed slate.

"Thank you for your excellent customer service, great products and on time delivery. I would not hesitate in recommending you to anyone thinking of making a purchase from Ardosia Slate."

16th October, Steve