Metal signs are nice because of their durability and their chic look. Whether you have an outdoors max metal “For Sale” sign or a wall print for your office, the substrate will be perfect for any realtor’s need.
Plus, the substrate looks really nice in the light!
If you want to get really fancy, you can create a 3D max metal sign, as Lendlease did. They are not a real estate company, but they are our first client to use the printing technique.
A basic need for any realtor. Corrugated signs and directional arrows are an effective and affordable way to advertise and guide potential buyers. Corrugated material is useful because it is waterproof and meant for extended outdoor exposure. We use inks that won’t fade in the sunlight.
Another staple for a realtor. Open house signs can come in many different forms: banners, foamboard, corrugated plastic, max metal, acrylic.. the list goes on. The open house sign below is unique because of its shape. With our new Colex machine, we can die cut wide-format items into any shape you desire.
Again, a staple. Banners are another affordable and effective medium for advertising — both indoors and outdoors. Stand-up banners are nice because they are easy to roll-up and transport, and they also don’t do any damage to your walls. Set-up time is faster and easier than traditional banners.
Signs can be made of banner material. The banner below is held up with metal stakes and grommets. This banner is made of vinyl, which is very weather-durable.
Mesh is another great substrate for banners. It does particularly well in windy situations: its small holes allow air to move through the banner without damaging it.
Etched glass is one of our favorites. It’s a great way to advertise without being too flashy. It looks very classy and professional. It also doesn’t take up any extra space since it utilizes the architecture available.
A similar look to etched glass, wall graphics are also great for real estate firms. It is a little more noticeable than etched glass, but still saves valuable space.
Wall murals are a really nice touch to offices. Advertise a gorgeous shot of one of your buildings — visitors and potential buyers won’t be able to say no!
Window clings are nice because they are more temporary. They are perfect for advertising events or announcements. The cling below is actually double-sided, which allows for advertising on the inside of the store as well as to passersby on the street.
Another one of our favorites. Acrylic is a really nice, durable material. It’s not too flashy and shows you care about appearances — an important trait for realtors.
Like max metal, acrylic looks really neat in the light! Thanks to our new VUTEk machine, we can print white ink on acrylic — a really nice touch to the product.
A really pretty substrate for wall art. It is easier to transport than max metal and acrylic.
Less fun to discuss than wide-format, but still essential for realtors and real estate firms. You need to be able to advertise and inform on-the-go, which is where booklets and brochures come in. Leave customers with a tangible and long-lasting impression.
A nice touch for any company that emphasizes repeat brand exposure.
Last but not least — business cards. Gotta have cool business cards to stick out. Below are three unique examples that few people have seen.
Got any questions? Don’t hesitate to ask! We’d love to help you get started on your printing today.
“Spring awakens what autumn puts to sleep.” My parents have this saying as a crochet on their wall – blue thread, I think.
Looking back at the autumn and the changes we have made since then, we have certainly not been sleeping. Our production capabilities have taken a leap forward, and we are now able to offer you many cool new services. For our fellow printing nerds, our new toys include: the Colex Sharp Cut Digital Flatbed, an HP Wide Format Printer, a 60-inch laminator, a Graphtec Plotter and last but not least – a GATOR. In English, this means we will be able to produce larger, better quality print jobs and cleaner edges for any shape. We can now put your branding on anything from a Yeti cooler to a barstool, and don’t get us started on what we can put on your walls. Check out our pictures for other innovative branding ideas.
While the machines do the work, our people do the heavy lifting. If you have worked with us, you know we cheer to “Big Smiles” after almost every huddle, and we mean it. Our new toys and the responsibility they demand have given us opportunity to welcome some new smiling faces around here. To keep the conversation going with you, we have added a team to educate you on our capabilities. Katherine Upton and Emily Whitson are our new marketing coordinators – or marketing monkeys, as we like to call them! Watch out as our social media heats up, and be sure to join in on the conversation.
New technology is only good if you have someone that cares running these machines. We are pleased to announce that we have found that devoted person, and your projects will look amazing when Brook Ellie is behind the controls. It is hard to find him without his trusty loop and a few specialty tools hanging off his belt. Stop by and say hello when you can. Let him show you the new technology that will allow us to provide you everything print…finally!
You are about to see our small business change, and let it be known that we are not everyone’s best option in print. We only do great work for a handful of partner companies that know good service and quality when they see it. Would we be a good fit for your company? Let’s find out. Hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org for a tour and storytelling session with our team soon. Spring has sprung; it looks like amp did as well!