• How long does it take for you to complete my order?
    There really isn’t a short answer to this question. Some jobs can be produced in minutes and some may take weeks. Our General lead time for digital print jobs is 2-5 days after approval. Let us know when you need your job completed and we’ll let you know if it can be done. We go to great lengths to meet your most stringent demands.
  • What is a “proof”?
    A proof is a way of ensuring that we have set your type accurately and that everything is positioned according to your requirements. Typically, we will produce a proof which will be sent to you online or printed on paper which can be viewed in our store or delivered to you in person.

    On multiple color jobs, we can produce a color proof on our color output device to show an accurate representation of the final product.

  • Why do I need to look at a proof if I’ve already given you everything I need to have done?
    We employ human beings to produce your work and, last time we checked, humans are not perfect. Your approval on the final proof is assurance that you have looked over every aspect of our work and approve it as accurate. It benefits everyone if errors are caught in the proofing process rather than after the job is completed and delivered.
  • What kind of artwork do I need to send?
    Vector or High resolution images are best for large format printing. They are usually Ai, EPS, PDF, Photoshop files. But send us the best  possible file quality available with and we will let you know if we can use it.
  • How do I get an estimate from you?
    Wesuggest you use our online estimate request form.Give us all the project information and requirements needed to replay back with as accurate quote. Optionally, you may also give us a call and talk directly with one of our customer service representatives at (760) 431-0767.
  • Do I need laminate on my sign?
    In many cases, lamination is not required to produce a durable product, but can enhance the appearance and will extend the life of any sign.
  • What’s the difference between a partial vehicle wrap and a full vehicle wrap?
    A full vehicle wrap covers every area of exposed paint on the vehicle, while a partial wrap might only cover a side or a body panel.
  • Is the color I see on my monitor accurate to what I’ll receive?
    Because color is subjective and can be produced by many methods, there may be slight variations in the way color appears due to how each individual monitor is calibrated. Using state-of-the-art technology, we will, in almost all cases, be able to provide the specified color.
  • Can you use a digital image from my camera?
    Yes, but there are limitations with enlarging digital images; therefore, quality may suffer. Contact us to discuss your specific image and the ability to incorporate the image into your new sign.