Turner Scott Vehicle Wrapping Cumbria

Turner Scott – Vehicle Wrapping Kendal, Cumbria

Sun Signs were recently contacted by Kendal based company Creative Lakes on behalf of residential lettings agent Turner Scott, with a view to increasing brand awareness throughout Kendal, Windermere, Ambleside and Lancaster using our range of vehicle wrapping services.

The benefits of brand-wrapping your fleet of vehicles far outweigh the costings with the main benefits;

  • Your branding will be seen all over a desired area/region providing an impressive reach that will help with new enquiries
  • Eye catching designs are proven to have a high impact effect by drawing attention
  • The cost of vehicle wrapping is cheaper than other forms of marketing

Stunning side profile shows how vehicle wrapping can benefit your business in Cumbria.

Vehicle Wrapping & Branding Cumbria

This project was for a part wrap using Avery supreme wrapping vinyl black matt. We wrapped the side and back including the door handles as can be seen in the images.

The wrap was undertaken at our Climate controlled workshop in Kendal and was completed in just under one day. The design work was created by Neil @ Creative Lakes

We wrapped the handles using Avery Supreme Wrapping Vinyl black matt

Vehicle Branding – What Next?

Should you have any questions regarding our vehicle signage & wrapping services, wish to obtain a quick quote or simply need advice, please contact the Sun Signs team today on 01539 724433

Elephant Yard Totem in Kendal

We were commissioned to produce the 3D elephant, lettering and decorative graphics for a new primary identification sign at the entrance to Elephant Yard designed by The Knack Design Consultants.

After deciding on the design for the elephant the next stage was to turn it into a working 3D model to be sculpted from ‘Sign Rock’ on our flat bed router. After the elephant form was created the parts were sprayed in gold paint and mounted on steel back-plates ready for installation.

Other elements included flat cut, acrylic lettering and a printed history of Kendal which made up the bottom section of the totem.

The feedback towards the sign has so far been very positive and it was a very interesting project to work on combining many different techniques in sign making.

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