If you want to turn absolutely every head as you drive the roads of Central Oregon, then full vehicle wraps are the way to go. We offer this solution, but we understand that it is not cost effective for every organization to install full wraps, especially if you manage a large fleet. This is why Blue Barrel Signs offers partial wraps and vehicle lettering.
Partial wraps typically cover between 25 and 75 percent of your car’s exterior. Some clients choose to cover the hood and rear of their vans, or they want wraps that just cover the doors with their message. The main determinant of how much your wrap will cost is how much vinyl is used. We are here to help you create your custom look no matter the price.
Through graphic design tricks, partial wraps can be made to mimic full wraps. This is particularly true if you have nonwhite vehicles. We can work with the colors of your truck, van, car, or even boat to create an affordable wrap that catches eyes.
Partial wraps are designed using templates that take the contours of your vehicle into consideration. Using a large format digital printer, the graphics are then printed on top-quality adhesive vinyl films specifically designed for use on cars. The graphics are then applied using heat guns, specialty squeegees, and other tools of the trade.
The days of plain black letters on a white van are gone. Sure, this option is still available, but with the many other alternatives to choose from, you need to think outside of the box to get noticed. Fortunately, vehicle vinyl lettering now comes in any size, font, and color you want. You can also choose from a broad range of styles, including reflective, matte, neon, metallic, and standard.
Truck lettering is ideal for showcasing your company’s name and contact information on your fleet. If you have a lot of space on the back of your trucks, you might also list your products and services. The rear of your vehicle is the perfect place for this information since motorists stuck in traffic will have the time to read about what you have to offer. We are able to install your lettering for you and make sure it is properly aligned.
In addition, the United State Department of Transportation requires most commercial vehicles to display USDOT numbers that are easy to read from at least 50 feet away. And, Oregon construction contractors must also affix CCB numbers on their vehicles. Our team is well-versed on these requirements and can outfit your fleet with the vehicle lettering that you are legally required to have.
Blue Barrel Signs is proud to offer partial wrap and vehicle lettering design, printing, installation, and repair services for Crook County, Madras, Redmond, La Pine, Jefferson County, Deschutes County, Prineville, Sisters, and the rest of Central Oregon from our headquarters in Bend, Oregon. If you would like to learn more about what we can do for your enterprise, contact us today for a free consultation on vehicle graphics.