Vinyl Product Information
We have a wide selection of colors which can be viewed online. We can also special order unique colors upon your request (additional charges will apply).
Some considerations to remember when viewing colors online
Due to the differences in display technology at each end, it is not possible to get a consistent menu of colors broadcast throughout the World Wide Web. There will be some variation in the colors displayed on your monitor from they way they look on ours. If you are in a situation that an exact match is required, the only way to guarantee that you (the customer) will know the exact color your decals will be is for us to send you a color sample for your selection. We will be happy to do this for you at no charge.
(Note: If you are having us print on the decal.... Shadows, graphics, etc. the print color can darken depending on the background color. For example if you are printing red on blue you need to expect the red to darken a little.)
Our vinyl is 2.5 mil. thick and has a life expectancy of 5 to 7 years. It is an excellent choice for indoor or outdoor applications.
(Note: This is only a rating and should not be mistaken for a warranty.)
These are the specifications from the manufacturer that the vinyls have been tested and under normal conditions, the material should not peel, crack, delaminate, or fade for the period of time listed. We have found in most cases, the vinyl will considerably outlast these time periods.
Our Vinyl decals carry a 1-year guarantee. This covers peeling, cracking, delamination, and fading. Since our product is made to order, all sales are final, with the exception of warranty problems, which we will happily replace with a duplicate product within the 1 year warranty period. We do not issue cash refunds.
We will only warranty items that have been determined to be defective. All other installation related problems are assumed to be the fault of improper conditions or installation error.
Returns will not be accepted without a written authorization. Custom work is not returnable. A 30% re-stocking fee will apply to all returns.
Vinyl Surface Requirements
When installing vinyl, it is important that you apply the product to an adequate surface, one to which it will readily adhere. The following lists contain a brief summary of acceptable surfaces along with some surfaces that are not.
The good news is: Vinyl will stick to many surfaces. In determining whether your intended surface is adequate, keep in mind that, as a general rule of thumb, vinyl will stick to almost any surface that is clean and either smooth or nonporous. To demonstrate the necessary surface qualities, we use glass versus brick as a quick example. Vinyl will stick very well to glass because of its smooth surface. On the other hand, due to its rough exterior, vinyl will not stick well to brick.