Technically we can’t install the sign brackets because we are not a licensed contractor. We work with a few contractors but if they go get the permits, install the sign and charge us, then we have to mark it up and then charge you, the client. However, if you get the permit and work directly with the contractor you’ll save at least 25%.
We do know some handy people that can install and would work directly with you on your specific project. We’re happy to connect you as a part of the process.
Dye Sublimation is a specialized process which we don’t have the capabilities to produce in-house. Since we work with another vendor on this it can take about 5-7 business days after graphic approval.
Dye Sublimation is a process that uses heat to transfer dye onto print material. During the process, the ink graphics you want are transferred onto “transfer paper”. Once the inks have dried, a heat press presses the transfer paper against the medium you want, be it a banner, flag, or tablecloth. The heat causes the dried inks to turn into gas and penetrate your material. This results in permanently embedded, bonded inks in the graphic.
In contrast to dye sublimation, the popular alternative, latex printing, does not use heat in the process and simply applies liquid ink to the surface. This does not result in the ink penetrating your material.
Yes. PVC, or polyvinyl chloride, is a thermoplastic that is commonly used for wide format printing.
PVC can be toxic to the environment and is known to have cancer-causing materials. It also cannot be recycled, and once a PVC product has reached the end of its lifetime, its breaking down in landfills releases even more toxic chemicals into the environment.
Our PVC free options are environmentally friendly, meet health standards, and have more vibrant colors.
Yes. We have an in-house designer so we can sit down with you to better understand the direction that you want to go with your design. Our design services are charged by the hour and new logo design is not something we specialize in.
Generally, we don’t begin the process without a deposit of 50%, or a Purchase Order (PO) from your company to ours for the entire amount. We request full payment upon completion of the project and accept cash, check, and credit card.