Our workshop is on the edge of Echuca. We regularly look after clients in Echuca, Moama, Rochester, Lockington, Cohuna, Mathoura, Deniliquin, Barmah, Koyuga, Tongala and Mooroopna. Occasionally we'll travel further and in recent years have completed projects in Hay, Hillston, Moulamein and Melbourne.
Size, complexity and materials are the main factors in the price of any sign. The best way to get an idea of price is to send a written description of the job you have in mind; it doesn't matter if you don't have every last detail, but anything you do have will be helpful in narrowing down the price range. Initial quotes and site inspections are free.
As a full service sign shop we paint, print and use cut vinyl. By choosing the most cost effective method for your job we're often able to offer considerable savings and better quality than sign shops who use one method for everything. We don't cut corners on workmanship or materials, but by using the right methods for the job at hand, we may be able to work better and more cost-effectively than single-method signmakers.
Unfortunately that's usually not a great idea. Quality of the supplied artwork will affect the quality of your final job. Small imperfections and pixelation that may be hard to see at business card size can look terribly unprofessional at full sign size. If you have a 'vector' (this usually means .ai or .eps format) version of your logo, that would be most useful for most applications.
Call me with a brief description of your job and I'll let you know when I can fit it in. I aim to do most jobs within 7-10 days of receiving the order. Small jobs, I can probably squeeze in more quickly than that. Bigger jobs, out-of-town jobs, or jobs needing materials to come from Melbourne may take a little longer. Mostly it depends on how much work I already have scheduled when I receive your 'go-ahead'.
While the Covid-19 restrictions are in place, initial enquiries by phone 0403 815520 would be best. If we need a personal meeting or to inspect and measure the site, we can discuss it then.