Monthly Archives: July 2020

15 07, 2020


By |2023-07-20T23:44:29+01:00July 15th, 2020|Categories: David's Blog|Tags: |0 Comments

I remember my dad always saying to me when I was at school, "this is the best time of your life, you have tonnes of time to do what you like, when you want". Well he was right on the time aspect. Where does it go? With my boys being 2 and 4 they tend not to like playing too long on their own. Dad, can you come play, or can we go for a walk? So at the moment I get work done in short, irregular bursts. Hazel my wife works for the NHS and an aesthetics clinic so she is [...]

14 07, 2020

Is anyone else really tired?

By |2020-07-14T07:49:07+01:00July 14th, 2020|Categories: David's Blog|Tags: |0 Comments

I was sitting at my he office most of yesterday working on our new website. Our existing Drupal website is version 7 and it's quite cumbersome to update so decided rather than upgrading professionally to version 8 jump onto WordPress. Anyway whether it was a lot of screen time or something else I was whacked. Fell asleep while the boys were having their dinner. Not done that ever. Feeling much the same way this morning even though Fitbit tells me I had a good sleep. Busy day coming up with trip to Glasgow, meetings and then back to Edinburgh for meeting on [...]

13 07, 2020

Which self adhesive vinyl?

By |2023-07-20T23:44:37+01:00July 13th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|Tags: |0 Comments

When getting vinyl prints on Windows or signs it is really important to check what material your supplier is intending on using. For most longer term applications (3 years plus) a polymeric vinyl should be used. This material is made in a different way to monomeric and doesn't shrink as much. So, if you imagine the print goes to the edge of the window then this material will stay there. If a monomeric vinyl was used then over time it will shrink and the edges will start to lift. Once this happens the vinyl will start to lift. The third type of [...]

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