Vinyl Lettering In General

Vinyl Lettering In General

The many options of Vinyl lettering

If you are looking for a solution that involves lettering or graphics, vinyl lettering will have a solution.  Vinyl has changed a lot over the years.  It is available in a variety of colors and can be cut to virtually any shape.  Some of the colors and types of vinyl available today are listed below:

·        Virtually any color you can imagine.

·        Camouflage

·        Gold Leaf

·        Metallic

·        Brushed Aluminum

·        Wood Grain

·        Holographic

·        Neon

·        Carbon Fiber

·        Contact us for a full Color list.

 

If the exact color you are looking for does not exist you can always have it printed to match.  Vinyl is an extremely versatile product.  It can be used on Vehicles, Windows,

Doors, Walls, Signs, Banners, Bill Boards, and many other applications. 

 

Another benefit of vinyl lettering is that it does not have to be permanent.  Vinyl lettering can be removed within a few days or within a few years.  It is good to note that if vinyl lettering is removed years later, the surface under the lettering may be in better condition than the surface around it.  This means you may be able to see exactly where the vinyl lettering was because it is shinier or brighter than the area around it.

 

The quality of vinyl is typically rated by its expected longevity outdoors.  The most common vinyl is known as intermediate vinyl.  This vinyl is typically a calendared product and that has an outdoor rating of 2 to 5 years.  Premium vinyl is typically thinner and is a cast product not calendared.  It usually has a life expectancy of 7 years or more. 

 

If vinyl has an enemy it would be the sun.  How many times have you seen vinyl letters faded or curling up?  This is caused by UV rays and happens over years of exposure. Choosing a premium vinyl will help protect your job.   An additional measure you can take is to have your vinyl protected further by laminating it.  As you know, vinyl is typically used in a variety of vulnerable spaces.  It is very likely to be exposed to both sunlight and bumps and bangs.   Lamination will help protect your vinyl from abrasion as well UV rays.

 

As you can see vinyl lettering is a very versatile project with many options available to you.  It is important that you understand your options both in quality and color.  If you would like more information on the value of Vinyl Lettering please do not hesitate to Contact us we will be glad to assist you with your vinyl lettering project.

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