Many businesses invest in box trucks for hauling, delivery, contractor work vehicles and moving...
Vehicle Wraps For Builders, Contractors, and Remodelers
There are a lot of industries that can benefit from vehicle wrapping, but one industry where we find wraps to be particularly effective is among contractors, builders, and remodelers. Not only do contractors and builders typically have large vehicles that make for huge canvases, but they also have a great product to show off. What better way to advertise your remodeling business than with a giant, full color image of one of your projects? One of our latest vehicle wrap projects at Sunrise HQ was a 15 ft box truck for a local building, construction, and remodeling company, Dicicco Builders.
Owner and founder of Diciccio Builders, Larry Diciccio knew right away what he wanted for his design. His plan was to incorporate his existing branding into a show stopping box truck wrap. The look that our designer, Chris created is simple, and makes great use of negative space. Attention to detail is key when it comes to building and remodeling, a fact that Larry wanted to convey by incorporating photos of close-ups. By showing several detailed close ups rather than long shots of entire spaces, the box truck wrap design conveys the breadth of Diciccio Builders’ expertise.
Other than the band of pictures, the truck is a simple black with tan lettering. The copy is to the point, describing a few services and providing essential contact information. All in all, the box truck wrap looks sharp and gets the point across effectively.
Wrapping the box truck gives the remodeling company a visibility advantage in two ways. Larry can park the box truck wrap in a prominently at his showroom, which is located on a busy highway, and he can bring his branding to the masses while out on jobs. This not only gives his physical location an added boost, but also allows his brand to be spread more widely. What did Larry think when he came to pick up the box truck wrap this morning? Well, let’s just say he’s already talking about a trailer wrap to match!