We have been working with Crossland Construction to do over a hundred signs around the park. We were then contacted directly by The Gathering Place a week before the opening to wrap an entire floor of the glass Boathouse building. They wanted the finish of the construction to remain hidden from public view while still announcing what this part of the building will be. We hopped on the chance to help!
The windows are covered in digital media from the inside. There are 10 windows that have the Vista at the Boathouse Coming Soon mirror cut (to read correctly from the outside) dark grey vinyl applied to the inside of the window, then covered with the digital media. Our installers had to work over Labor Day weekend to pull this off, but we were able to successfully finish the project 5 hours before the deadline.
Give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102 to find out more about window wraps or any project that requires vinyl graphics.
A big part of a successful mural installation is setting realistic expectations with the client. We take photographs and detailed measurements then mock up the proposed sign/graphic/vehicle wrap to scale. This gets everyone on the same page from the beginning and gives our installers a clear set of instructions of how to complete the job in the field.
This is a textured surface vinyl applied to a concrete wall at McNellie’s in South Tulsa. Once completed, it gives the appearance that it is actually painted on the wall.
To find out more about textured surface wall murals, give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102.
Large enclosed trailers provide an excellent platform for advertising your business. When wrapped, they essentially becoming portable billboards for your business. They also give your business credibility as a professional business whether the trailer is on a job site, at a tradeshow, or being pulled down the road.
Give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102 to find out more about wrapping your business’ trailer.
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.