Door name plates are for the most part used in industrial, institutional, hotel, medical, and religious buildings. There are quite a lot of eye-catching alternatives for door name plates. Most imprinted door name plates come with metal holders and a wide vary of insert colors. There are also door sliders with different messages like “JUST MARRIED” on one side and “DO NOT DISTURB” on the other.
Door name plate holders are by and large made of anodized aluminum in gold, silver or black dyes. They are easy to get to in normal frame sizes. But if an out-of-the-ordinary size is required, then the edge-strip system is used. Strip holders are cut to the necessary distance end to end. Door nameplates come in different sizes, including single-, double- and triple-side views. Single door name plate holders are even available in four-sided figures or angles.
Some nameplates allow for an exchangeable carved or digitally printed plastic coat insert. There are a wide range of colors for engraving, screen printing or digital printing. Door name plates can also have the option of screw-setup, bonding agent-backed, magnetic or Velcro attachment.
Door name plates come in a very wide variety of prices and materials. Some door name plates are even gold or gold embossed – those are in the upper price range. Other door name plates are made of carved wood, which also can fetch a pretty penny depending on the quality. The list goes all the way down to basic plastic. The personalization does cost a bit extra.