Signed up van

Discussion in 'Water Fed Pole Cleaning' started by Shaun1977, Feb 27, 2012.

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  1. Shaun1977

    Shaun1977 Forum Addict
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    Do you think signing up a van brings in enough work to justify getting the van signed up? At moment my van isn't signed up but I'm planning on it so would welcome some input as to if worth doing
     
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  2. Yes definitely. Our largest cleaning contract came from the new owner seeing it near the site and loved the look of it. I was really unsure before that due to cost. Our second vehicle is going in later this week.
    Have a look at ours on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/MyLittleCleanCo

    It doesn't have to be expensive you can always go for a part wrap depending on size and design.
    It portrays an image of you and your company. That can work both ways!
     
  3. defo makes a huge difference we get loads of work from van sign writing you can get all side for £100 at this site


    http://www.thesignbuilder.co.uk/templates/manufactured/by/6066
     
  4. badbusdriver

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    Yes, especially for you starting up, definately get your van signed. People need to know who you are, and that you are a professional!. I have picked up a few jobs just through people seeing my van in a supermarket car park, so well worth doing.
     
  5. bluemonkey

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    how old is ur van, and what condition is it in
     
  6. Shaun1977

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    It's 53 reg vivaro mate and in good condition


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    Don't mean to be rude mylittercleaner but how much did that set you back


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  7. No worries bud, that was £600. But like I said that was near enough a full wrap plus it was the second company we went to. The first one it looked like a child had put it on. The company we use now is spot on and the finish is second to none.
     
  8. Shaun1977

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    So prob be looking at 1000 for van size of vivaro


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  9. Our Citreon C1 which is far smaller than our van is costing us £1000 so it really just depends on what you want. All I would say is whoever you go with see if you can speak to a customer and see there work. As mentioned our first company we went with were useless and it turned nasty with trading standards getting involved.
     
  10. Ryan

    Ryan Guest

    I want my van done

    but tbh i aint 100% happy with this van as i want a newer van later this year so will be spending £30-40 on basic window cleaing and my number on it this year

    when i get a van i like i'll get it done proper then as it will be a van for the next 3-4 years i hope :]
     
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