Often times, simple is best. Who you are, what you do, and how to contact you are the three most important things to communicate.
This simple cut vinyl package is an effective, cost effective example of how to brand your company vehicles.
This custom wall logo for Atlas General Contractors is made from ¼” thick stainless steel with a #304 brush texture applied to the surface. This is the same brush texture that is used on a lot of higher end modern appliances. The backs of each piece have a stud welded to them. To install, a paper template is taped in place and holes are drilled for each stud mount. Then it is just a matter of applying some silicone adhesive and inserting each letter’s studs into the holes. The result is a very modern, clean sign that has no exposed fasteners.
These types of signs can be made from a variety of materials, thicknesses, and sizes. Give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102 to find out more.
These interior window graphics were done with three color cut vinyl – black, turquoise, and simulated Florentine gold vinyl. Throughout the exhibit, turquoise is used to as an accent color for the display signage. This design motif is repeated in the pinstripes that frame in the gold and black lettering. Gold lettering on its own would lack contrast with the clear windows so they are outlined in black vinyl.
There is actual 22 karat to 24 karat gold vinyl available that is often used on fire trucks. However, real gold is rather expensive as you can imagine and the 10-12 year life expectancy would be overkill for this application. To save on costs but still have the same look, we went with a simulated gold vinyl. It is a metallized vinyl film that looks nearly identical to the real thing.
To find out more about interior or exterior window graphics, give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102.
You don’t necessarily need to completely wrap a vehicle to successfully brand your service vehicle. This Chevrolet Box Van for Dale & Lee’s was done with a four color cut vinyl package. These vehicles travel all over Northeastern Oklahoma including Tulsa, Bixby, Broken Arrow, Jenks, Skiatook, and Bartlesville among other locations. They make good use of all those miles they drive by advertising their business while on the move.
Service vehicles that go to residential and commercial businesses and have vehicle graphics on them serve two purposes. One, it adds credibility to your business when your technicians arrive in a professional looking vehicle. Two, it exposes your business to new potential customers that are not only near the location of your customer but to all the people the vehicle drives by on the way there.
Give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102 to learn more about vinyl vehicle graphics for your business.
Precision Sign & Design
195 S. 122nd E. Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74128
"The new wrap really made our truck stand out!
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