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Tulsa Hunt Club Textured Surface Wall Graphics

huntClubTexturedSurfaceLocalMusic huntClubTexturedSurfaceLogoVinyl 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.

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Client Testimonials

Great job designing and installing my new sign on my business in Broken Arrow. They were easy to work with , honest and true to cost estimates and did a great job. I recommend Precision Sign and Design of Tulsa !

Jennifer Weddig Morley

I contacted Precision with a job for the church I attend after seeing the work they did on some new activity buses for our school. Very friendly and easy process, worked patiently through some fine tuned edits of the final product. They came to the site for the install as promised and did a a professional job! I highly recommend them!

Michael Pounds

Great service and good quality work. Very good customer service.

Macho Bargas

Exceeded expectations...Precision Sign were prompt, professional, and affordable! We look forward to working with them again in the future and highly recommend them to anyone who is looking for someone to do it the right way the 1st time!

Stephanee Kockelman

Great service, great people and great design!!! We have had multiple items done by this company and it always great quality!!!

Ashley Baughn

Top notch design and install. Proof is in the pudding. Everyone sees the Okie CrossFit truck around town.

Jake Crandall