How tall are the height charts?
All of our charts go up to 208cm (6ft10) so if you have an extra tall family member you should have plenty of room to record their height. If you still think this is too short, get in contact with us before you order and we'll do our best to help.
How wide are the height charts?
The charts are between 130-150mm wide depending on the piece of recycled wood.
How long will it take to receive my height chart?
Our standard delivery time is 10-15 working days, we usually offer a rush-rate at checkout of $20 to receive your height chart within 5 working days if urgent.
What timber do you use for the height charts?
We use recycled rimu or new rimu depending on what you choose. From time to time may use differing timber depending on what kind of recycled timber we can source. The recycled rimu is usually from demolished buildings or a similar past life so you are likely find character marks like old nail holes and wood knots (which add to the uniqueness)!
What should I use to write on my height chart?
Rimu is a fairly hard wood and we finish the charts with a nice smooth surface. We've found that ball-point pen or pencil generally looks the best, or you can use a very fine tip sharpie. We recommend testing out a pen on the back before you hang it to see how it will look.
Do you ship any of your products overseas?
Unfortunately due to the nature of the materials we use, the length and therefore cost of shipping overseas, we only ship height charts and paper rollers within NZ at present. We may be able to send our custom signs offshore, please send us a message before ordering if you are interested in this option.
How big are your farm signs?
Our custom wood signs for farms and commercial purposes have the benefit of being able to be any size that you want, up to our maximum size of 2400mm x 1200mm. For further information about our wood signs, please contact us directly or see our blogs here: Farm Signs | Commercial Signs
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