Custom Truck Lettering
Affordable advertising for contractors, delivery drivers and service workers
You see them everywhere - cars and trucks with custom vinyl graphics. If they're done right, they catch your eye. Done wrong, and you can't quite make out the message as the vehicle passes you by.
Truck stickers, also referred to as vinyl wraps, are hands-down the most affordable advertising a business can invest in. For the longevity of truck graphics the investment is minimal - as low as mere pennies per day! Even a high-ticket item like a vehicle wrap equals an investment of less than a cup of coffee per day. Brew it at home and grow your business with SignSmith's awesome custom car wraps.
Akin to a rolling billboard, car or truck lettering is a great way for local businesses to advertise in the neighborhoods they live and work in. Contractors, electricians, handymen, and other service industries have found that custom truck and car decal stickers can land them more work in the areas they serve.
Maybe now you're wondering, "Where can I find custom truck lettering near me?"
Look no further. At SignSmith, we're passionate about helping our clients grow their businesses. Weather-resistant custom decals are a fantastic, affordable way to do just that.
What does it cost to letter my truck?
Lettering your truck doors and tailgate will cost between $400 - $600 on average. Vans are in the neighborhood of $500 - $750, and a box truck lettering project could cost as much as $1500 or more.
Where do you work?
Our garage is in the Gorham Industrial Park. We frequently travel, servicing all of Maine and New Hampshire, and most of Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Vermont.
We letter vehicles in Augusta, Auburn, Bangor, Bath, Biddeford, Boothbay, Brunswick, Cape Elizabeth, Casco, Cumberland, Damariscotta, Falmouth, Freeport, Gorham, Gray, Kennebunk, Kennebunkport, Lewiston, Portland, Saco, Sanford, South Portland, Standish, Topsham, Westbrook, Yarmouth, and more.
What is truck lettering?
Truck lettering is often used as a blanket term that describes a variety of vehicle graphics. Specifically, vehicle lettering is typically die-cut adhesive letters that are applied to a truck, van or car. Lettering can be plain and simple, or ornate and flashy. Reflective vinyl adds excellent night time visibility for service vehicles that are on the road when the sun goes down.
Why do I need truck lettering?
Lettering your company vehicle is a great way to get noticed in the areas your company services. Advertising can be costly, especially if you target multiple locations. Your truck can be decaled for around $500. For the 7 year life expectancy, that's an investment of less than 20 cents per day! Our customers report that lettering their company vehicle is one of the best advertising investments they make.
What if I don’t know what I want?
We love when you don't know what you want! We're experts at asking the right questions to define your company's needs when it comes to lettering your truck. Our in-house designers love to create eye-catching readable graphics for your fleet of 1 to 1000!
What materials do you use?
We use the highest quality vinyl for our signs and graphics. We stock the best vinyl from the top brands: 3M, Avery Dennison, and Orafol (Oracal). Our vinyls are available in gloss, matte, reflective, mirror / chrome, etched glass, gold leaf and more.
What information should I put on my truck?
At a bare minimum, your truck lettering should display your business name or logo. From there, it's up to you. Some contractors prefer to include their phone number, website, service area(s) and a tagline or other descriptor. If your business name doesn't clearly convey what you do, it might make sense to add a few words about your products or services. Every project is different, and we're happy to help you hone in your message.
How do I care for my custom truck decals?
It is recommended that you hand wash your newly lettered vehicle using mild soap and a soft sponge. Here at SignSmith, we're realistic. Most of our customers run their company vehicles through a carwash. We do! While we don't recommend using a pressure washer at close range, your vehicle graphics should hold up, even if you choose to use a carwash from time to time. Just give it a bit - newly applied graphics should be hand washed (or not washed at all) for at least 2 weeks in warmer weather, and up to 3 months in colder weather. If you're worried that a car wash might damage your lettering, hand wash it instead.
Where can I find custom truck lettering near me?
You'll find high quality truck lettering at SignSmith, of course! Call or email today for your free, no obligation estiamte.