Vinyl films have come a long way over the last few years. 3M has a textured surface vinyl (8624) that will adhere to many different surfaces from concrete, brick, cinder block, and tile. During application, the vinyl film is heated to approximately 700 to 800 degrees and a firm foam roller is used to press the material into all the crevices of the surface. The result is a graphic that looks like it has been painted on.
Wall wraps also have the added benefit of not conflicting with certain historical district sign codes because they are not considered a permanent modification to the building. To find out more about wall wraps and other textured surface vinyl applications, give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102.
Banners can be a very cost effective solution to large format signs. They are far less expensive to produce than metal or illuminated signs. And by taking the extra effort to construct a frame to stretch them over, the final product still looks very clean and professional.
Give us a call today to find out more about banner solutions or other types of signs for your business or organization.
Advances in vinyl films has come a long way in the last several years. It is much more conformable and performs for much longer than previous films of years past. This is why we almost exclusively use 3M products – they just work better.
This Corona logo was applied directly to a corrugated metal roof and is expected to last 3 to 5 years. Give us a call today if you have a project that calls for a unique vinyl graphics application.
Elote is a downtown Tulsa restaurant known for their annual Cinco de Mayo celebrations that feature Luchadores wrestlers.
For the 2015 celebration, we printed life size banners of the luchadores and they were installed in the second story windows above the restaurant.
Give us a call today if you’d like to explore options for your special event or outdoor advertising.
Mesh banners are an excellent material to cover large areas for outdoor events. It’s perforated structure allows a significant amount (37%) of the wind to flow through it while still providing a large surface area to print your graphics on. Give us a call today to find out more about branding your outdoor event.