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Cash Max ordered new LED Channel Letters for their logo update. This included planning and city permitting for removal of their previous signage and installation of their new letters. These channel letters were made to fit an existing wire way. These letters also include 3m Translucent Vinyl applied to the faces. This process provided the correct colors for their logo as well as adding a nice white border on each letter for more impact.
Recently Cash Max had a logo change and needed new foam letters with acrylic faces to replace their existing foam letters. In order to achieve a clean look, we needed to first remove the old letters which commonly takes off some of the paint in the process. A quick patch and paint was necessary before installing the new letters. We then installed the new acrylic faced foam letters to achieve a great look for their updated logo.
RW Garage Doors recent fleet addition. Includes a contour cut partial wrap done with 3m 180c and gloss laminate. Both sides and the tailgate were wrapped with digital vinyl. There is also cut white vinyl lettering on the back window so you can still see traffic in your rear view mirror. Artwork was all done in house originally so we are able to fit it to each vehicle as needed.
Tails of the City in Vacaville, CA recently needed some vehicle lettering for their new truck. We were able to design a clean, single color look for identity and advertising. Accenting the body lines with striping brings the whole look together without feeling over the top. Our shop mainly uses 3m High Performance cut vinyl as it has outlasted all other vinyls and has a more reliable application.
This is a set of custom ADA signage for restrooms and shower rooms. Latch side signage includes a digital printed back with matte finish, raised lettering and braille. The door signage includes custom color backing and design. All ADA signage is verified and changed if needed to meet current California ADA requirements prior to production.
We recently designed, printed and installed a partial wrap for professional pools in Vacaville, CA. When doing van wraps, it is usually best to have someone with experience designing wraps to do the job. The three biggest reasons are final size quality, getting the most out of your design and file prep for printing. All three of these things play a major role in getting a quality wrap that does the most for your advertising needs.