Fantastic looking van livery for an up and coming company.
Vehicle graphics are a great way to advertise your business. Van livery can be seen by thousands of customers everyday.
you really have to question anyone not seeing this as a good investment.
Signserve only use materials and methods with a proven record for longevity, durability and fitness of purpose. You can be confident of a good result and increase brand awareness using Signserve for your signage.
Seeing new busineses and fitting at there premises is always interesting. Fitting vinyl signage to expensive plant machinery is also interesting. Trying to write about theses things and make it interesting is interesting as well.
Proper access to fit these sort of graphics is vital. Clean well prepared surfaces helps the adhesion of the decals and reduces the incidence of failure. Payment isn’t mandatory however. These graphics can be seen from the river Clyde in King George the fifth docks.
Signserve only use materials, methods, with a proven track record of longevity, durability and fitness of purpose. So you can be assured of maximum impact and low down time while fitting is happening. Working during unsociable hours is expected in this type of work.
Some people make spurious claims about the impact that fantastic looking stickers can have on the visual environment and its benefits to the greater good of humanity and i’m no different. Some colour can make everyone feel better about everything especially when it is against a shiny black surface. So start a business and take control of your own life and choose Signserve in Glasgow to make your signs.
Van graphics for the Kirkhouse pub in Shettleston Road. The job was a Ford custom van with black flood coated panels and white/gold cut vinyl text and logo displaying businesss name, tagline, address and contact details . To raise the profile of the pub, add to the brand value and make the van look good at the cash and carry. Work carried out at Baillieston in Glasgow’s sunny east-end from Monday the 19th Feb, carried over to Tuesday. Find us on Facebook was added later at no extra cost.
Compared with say a small add in a small local magazine which is around £30 pounds a month, or £360 a year, I’d say £200-£300 for lettering a transit van which is good for 5 years is a pretty smart investment.
Even a basically designed van livery can really help build awareness of the services that you are providing. and as long as its safe you can leave the vehicle in strategic places which has a high traffic flow.
Ask yourself? how much do you think it would cost you to have your details, business, or services sign written on someone else’s vehicle for advertising?
If I was driving around with someone else’s business livery on my vehicle I would want a few hundred a month at least. But to have your details on your own van/car for years costs the same as what others would pay a month for.