What type of signs do you make?
Basically we can supply any type of sign for any project you might have. Our skill set includes digital and vinyl signs including large murials and vehicle wraps. We can manufacture signage out of all types of materials. So please contact us with your ideas and requirements.
Do you Install?
Yes we are a full sign service which includes installation. No matter how large the sign may be we have qualified sign installers who are fully insured to install your sign.
What is the cost?
Signage is exclusive to the individual client. With each project being individual we can not set a standard pricing. Some clients require extensive graphic design work others need signs laser cut other just need a simple logo graphic printed and installed.
What ever your needs you will find us competitive and will try and work to your budget.
How do I know what my sign will look like?
Artwork proof will be supplied for each project large or small. Our design team can super impose your finished sign over a photograph of your premises or vehicle to give you an accurate representation of the finished product.
What if I don’t have artwork?
We are pleased to offer an in house design service to create an individual design for your project.
What if I have my own artwork?
To produce your signage it is important that we receive your artwork in the correct format so we can print it clearly and make sure it looks amazing. We ask for your artwork and logos to be in a vector format this is so we can enlarge it and it remains crisp and clear. Bitmap graphics are made of small dots (pixels) and can only be printed as large as they are initially created, any bigger and they start to pixelate and become blurry.
The most common file formats you will find vector graphics in are PDF & EPS
The most common file formats you will find bitmap graphics in are JPEG, JPG, TIFF & GIF
To convert your JPG (bitmap format) logo to pdf it is not just a matter of resaving it as a PDF. Your logo needs to be totally re-drawn from scratch into a vector format. Our designers are able to do this if needed.
The best way to check your logo is to open the file on your computer and zoom in, If you zoom in to the size the graphic will be when its printed and its clear, then it will print clearly.