Ford Transit Wrap – Full custom-designed van wrap
Starting a new business sure is a lot to handle. From creating an identity for your business to providing reasonably priced services, everything requires a strategy. Vinyl Wrap Toronto’s recent client, owner of Kick & Tech wanted to begin the journey towards success as the new year begins. The client owns a mobile gadget repair business. The business operates mostly on wheels. They receive an order and go to their clients to fix their phones, laptops, consoles, etc.
Being a mobile business, there is without a doubt a vehicle (Ford Transit Van) that they use to carry out their business duties. Now, the smart thing to do here would be to realize that all that extra space on the company vehicle can be used to promote the business as it hits the roads. The client realized that and contacted Vinyl Wrap Toronto explaining his vision.
A client’s vision is all we need to get our gears grinding and start the design process. Originally the client placed an order for a custom-designed van wrap for a Ford Transit Connect but later upgraded it to a larger sized vehicle i.e. Ford Transit. So, we had to make a few adjustments because of the size differences.
Regardless of the size difference, it was a fully custom-designed van wrap by our experienced designers. The original design was inspired by a shattered phone screen, something the client deals with daily. The client took a look at the design created for his Ford Transit and made a few revisions before it was finalized. After the client approved the design, we printed it using premium quality printable vinyl material offered by Avery Dennison and laminated it. Later on, it was passed on to our experienced installers.
Installation is the most tricky and important part of the job because otherwise, it’s just a design printed on vinyl. What makes it a wrap is when it is actually laid on the surface of a vehicle and that requires attention to detail and a firm hand. In this case, as our installers started to wrap the Ford Transit, they came to realize that the client had forgotten to make sure that there are no rusty spots or chipped paint on the vehicle. We cannot wrap over rust or damaged areas as they will either fail or not adhere. Meaning the customer will be disappointed and not return.
We ask our customers to make sure that there no rust spots and paint chipping on the vehicle because it makes the wrapping process a lot more complicated. The presence of rust and paint chipping can cause more damage to the paint and causes the vinyl to not lay down on the surface properly. So, it is very important to make sure the vehicle does not have any of those issues and if does, they need to be taken care of before the vehicle is dropped off for a wrap.
Upon spotting the issue we informed the client. He took care of the issue and dropped it back at our garage. From that moment onwards, our installers took over and worked their magic. We’ve attached some pictures of the wrapped Transit Connect on this page for you to see what the final outcome looks like.
Here’s what our installers advise for when you want a promotional wrap for your vehicle:
- Keep it simple yet eye-catching: A full van wrap is your opportunity to turn your vehicle into your artistic canvas and show off your business in its full glory. The advice by installers is to keep it simple yet attractive enough to look at.
- Use easy-to-read fonts: Our installers would advise you to pick a font that is easily readable. It is important because while on the road, people can not put too much strain on trying to read something that’s also moving.
- Include contact information: A promotional van wrap is worth nothing if it does not include all the ways customers can reach you. Use the space to include phone, email, website, and even social media.
Do you wish to advertise your business using your company or personal vehicles? Give us a call at 416-746-1381 or visit our garage located at 24 Ronson Dr, Unit 1, Etobicoke, ON, M9W1B4 to speak to one of our experts regarding van wrap cost, vinyl materials, etc.
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