Infinity Signs Newsletter January, 2019
Custom Product Wraps
You’ve likely seen vehicles driving around town that have been wrapped with company information, graphics and logos, but there is so much more that you can do with wraps. The most common items are cars, trucks, vans, boats, jet skis and other modes of transportation but if you’re willing to think outside the box you can come up with some incredibly creative ways to market your business using wraps.
Here are a few ideas to get you started:
Stools – if you’re going to have bar stools in your tradeshow booth or in the lobby of your business why not wrap them with your company name and logo. You can use colors that add to the overall look of the space while subtly getting your logo in the back of your customer’s mind.
Building Features – if your facility has cement support columns, storage silos, or another unique feature it can definitely be wrapped. You could even take it further and wrap one whole side of your building or do a corner. This can be a great way to attract attention from cars driving by on the highway or from people standing far away. Make a bold statement about a new product release or your company motto.
Storage Areas – you could take something that normally is mundane, or even an eye sore, and make it a focal point simply by adding a wrap. Let’s say you run a gym and want to let members know about a new type of class you’ll be offering. Why not wrap the lockers? Normally the lockers are a boring space that no one looks twice at, but they could be an effective marketing tool that nearly every customer will see. Even metal storage cabinets or refrigerators can be wrapped, which could be a great way to hide them if they have to be located in your lobby or other customer facing area.
Kiosks – if you’ll be setting up some type of kiosk at your next tradeshow or customer event this is a great place to add a wrap. Rather than just a plain black or white box you could add information about why customers would approach, or the benefits of your company over a competitor.
The opportunities for wraps are virtually endless. Just about anything can be wrapped by the team at Infinity Signs NW. Don’t miss this chance to show off your creativity and increase sales. Want to add a wrap to your company but not sure the best approach? Our design team can work with you to determine what makes the most sense for your specific situation. We’ll look at who your customers are, what your business is like, and what your wrap opportunities are to help you find some really unique ways to make a statement.
How Are Vinyl Signs Made
Have you ever looked at a vinyl sign and thought, “That doesn’t look too complicated, I bet I could make one myself for our company”? Well it turns out there may be more to it than you realize. Beyond the necessary tools – a vinyl cutter, design software, raster to vector conversion software, and a good computer – there are other factors to consider. You’ll need to be sure to select the correct vinyl for your project, the correct substrate, application fluid, and more. This is where the professionals at Infinity Signs NW come in.
By talking with you to find out what your final project goals are, we can help you make all the choices to ensure that what you’re making is going to end up looking the way you intended. Our computer software is top-of-the-line and can easily convert you existing logo or graphics into a file type that we can work with for the vinyl cutter. After your file is ready to go, we’ll send it to our specialized vinyl cutter which will cut a path through only the top two layers of the vinyl: the face film and the adhesive. Our team will then remove the unwanted vinyl, the negative space in and around letters or images, thus leaving only what you want transferred for the final product. There are a whole host of options when it comes to adhesive backed vinyl products, but we can make sure you get the one that’s right for your project.
After we’ve got your vinyl product ready to go, we’ll discuss a substrate with you. Do you want this to go on glass, a sign blank or a banner? In general it’s best to choose a substrate that is flat, smooth and chemically stable. Whichever type you choose the next step will be to apply the vinyl to the substrate. We’ll use what’s known as transfer tape to attach the vinyl to the substrate. Again there is a wide range of tape options depending on what substrate you’re looking to attach to. Our team will decide whether to use application fluid to assist in the transfer or not based on your specific sign. From there the transfer will be completed and your finished project will be ready for installation. With our vinyl signs on display throughout the Boise area we’ve got the years of experience, as well as the proper equipment, to give you the absolute best results.
A Reliable Partnership
When choosing a company to work with to help you create your new signage, you’re choosing someone who will have a direct impact on your business. As a sign designer and manufacturer, Infinity Signs NW understands how important our work is to your business. The sign we create will represent your company to the community for years to come and you deserve the highest level of excellence and professionalism.
Infinity Signs NW has an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau and over 30 years of combined experience in the sign industry. Our customers have given us dozens of reviews on Google and Facebook which have resulted in a 5 star rating on both. Our commitment to high quality service, fast installation, and reasonable pricing have earned us repeat business again and again. Don’t just take our word for it, listen to what some of our customers have to say:
“Outstanding customer service and high quality. I have used Infinity Signs for club stickers, boat stickers, and sports banners. Design work and review process makes sure customer has the final say. They go above and beyond expectations to do what they can to meet your requirements. Staff are talented, friendly and professional. I highly recommend that you contact them for your next project.” – Robert
“Andy and his team have done fantastic work for us on several occasions. They worked with us on a van wrap for our church van so it really stands out now. They also did great work on some t-shirts we needed for an event. Easy to work with and very professional. Thanks Andy and Kyle!” – Carol
“We have been working with Tom on getting all of our signs for the new restaurant, Kanak Attack Pineapple Express that just opened. Tom and everyone at Infinity Signs has been so great to work with! Fast service, great products, and very friendly people! We have been so pleased with everything that has been done for us!!” – Meesha
“I have loved working with Andy and the team at Infinity Signs! They are professional, kind, and timely. They have gone above and beyond for our team at The Newsletter Pro, and are a joy to work with. These guys are awesome!” – Lauren
We would love to add your company to our ever-growing list of satisfied customers. Give us a call today to discuss your next sign project and let us get to work for you.