Signage For Van

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by JDMW, Feb 15, 2013.

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  1. JDMW

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    ok im going to do this in advance the design etc of it all. i dont want basic letters on my van like i did when i have a berlingo. im thinking something like this but it will cost wont it? how much would i be looking at paying for something simular to this with say a wfp and stuff on a van. my berlingo i done myself and it cost me just 30 quid lol.

    http://www.gandbmaintenance.co.uk/images/van2.png

    also where do i come up with a logo for my business so i can make my invoices etc look more professional. i aint got a clue on a logo. my business cards say "We're clearly the best"
     
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  2. OoO

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    That looks like a 3/4 wrap so will be about £750-£1000
     
  3. JDMW

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    :huh: :blink: if u had said 250-300 id of jumped at the chance. does this kinda thing matter? or is basic lettering just as good. id love a logo on my van so it stands out from the rest. i sore a fluorescent pink van today, stood out well lol
     
  4. OoO

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    Dodger would design you one on here mate.

    Our last van was I think £350 it's simple but it's smart looking.
     
  5. OoO

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    Also your van could look smart with.

    JUST
    DO
    MY
    WINDOWS

    In a funky way on the side.

    TBH! Van sign writing should come last for you. It doesn't bring in that much work.
     
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    How are you environmently friendly?

    Nice written though, Its going cost you
     
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    My dispatch is wrapped like that and I think it cost me around £600
     
  9. JDMW

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    is it worth wrapping a oldish van?? i gotta go with pros and cons lol i gotta decide which van to get yet. expert, scudo, dispatch same aint they but believe it or not the scudo is cheaper to insure lol
     
  10. OoO

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    You gotta have balls to wrap a van you have only just bought.

    Imagine blowing £1500 on a van, then £600- £1000 on a wrap then a week later the engine blows up.

    I would at least run the van for a few months, that way any problems the seller could have been hiding should show up.

    And no, i wouldnt go for a wrap tbh.
     
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