VEHICLE SIGNAGE

The Biggest BANG for your Advertising Dollar!

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Quality Materials

Experienced Design

Expert Application

Excellent Value

1. We use a high performance calendared vinyl for our wraps. We print them with a outdoor solvent based ink that gives lasting outdoor life and then we laminate them with a thick clear calendared vinyl laminate.  This increases UV protection and helps in abrasion resistance. When we apply the wrap , we bring the vehicle into a heated shop and it is brought to a perfect temperature.

 

QUALITY MATERIAL AND

PREP IS A MAJOR PART FOR A QUALITY JOB!

2. When possible we design around the exact vehicle to place items out of the way of door seams and handles so we don’t lose the message we are trying to portray. We are a fan of partial wraps since most things are priced in the industry by square footage.  We see no reason to charge our client for the material on the roof or hood of the vehicle as you don’t see them anyway.  We know how to keep contrast and readability in all our designs.

 

IT HAS TO READ!

3. We give a thorough cleaning with a grease- and wax-removing detergent followed up with a total alcohol bath. We always use two people to apply allowing us to precisely position as needed for maximum readability, making sure that a “moving level point” is achieved.  We use a cold method to apply in all body creases THEN we apply heat to relax the memory of the vinyl so it will stay in place rather than just heating and pushing it in the creases thinning the material to a failing point.

4. Why pay for something you can’t see?  We design first by taking a photo of your vehicle and show you exactly how it will look.  We are experienced in removing lens distortion from our design photos.  We don’t use the “templates” that are available to the industry as every car, truck, or trailer has its own additions and accessories that are not included in these “one size fits all” templates.

 

YOU ARE AN INDIVIDUAL, YOUR ADVERTISING SHOULD BE TOO.

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