Since 1974, Delaware County Fire Restoration, Inc. has served the Greater Southeastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey and Northern Delaware areas. They are a full service contractor offering fire restoration and janitorial services with offices in Glenolden PA in Delaware County, Philadelphia PA, and North Wildwood NJ in Cape May County.
To help this janitor and fire restoration company take their brand to the next level, it was time to revamp their fleet. This is where Sunrise Signs stepped in and created and installed vehicle wraps on a box truck and three Ford E-Series vans.
With more than 30 years as a janitorial and fire restoration contractor, Delaware County Fire Restoration is proud to be a family-owned business. In fact, they have dual businesses in this family company—Delaware County Fire Restoration, Inc. and Janitorial Services, Inc.
This contractor cares about its customers and that shows through their client guarantee on all workmanship for up to one year. They also take pride in helping customers recover from emergencies like fire or water damage. And, for contractors of this caliber, clients are happy they are bonded and insured.
Delaware County Fire Restoration & Janitorial are members of the Restoration Industry Association (RIA) and are an RIA certified restorer. They are also an RIA water loss specialist. They are members of the Mid-Atlantic Business Alliance, the Philadelphia Loss Conference and the Southeastern Pennsylvania Claims Association. A contractor with this many certifications and associations needs to shine and that’s just why they asked Sunrise Signs to turn their box truck and three Ford E-Series vans into 24/7 moving pictorials of their business.
For the box truck wraps, no part of the truck—even the cab was spared. Our in-house graphic designers used fire flames on the cab of the truck with the company’s website address placed prominently on the front of the cab.
For the sides of these box truck wraps, we made sure viewers would know exactly how Delaware County Fire Restoration can help by adding large graphics of Wind, Fire and Water placed nicely in the center. On the top of these graphics and images viewers can easily see the name of the company, that they have been in business since 1974 and that they serve residential, commercial and industrial customers. Their website address tops off the elements on the top sides of the box truck wraps. For the bottom sides, we inserted anagrams of logo organizations they belong to. Finally, on the front sides, viewers can easily find their telephone numbers for all three of their offices.
The rear of the box truck wraps include the same elements as the sides in a scaled-down version that is still extremely easy to see.
For the three Ford E-Series van wraps, the front hood bears the name and website address for Delaware Fire Restoration along with eye-grabbing flames. The sides of the Ford E-Series van wraps were designed to match the box truck wraps exactly and contain all the same elements—this is true fleet branding building and digital color and image matching is something we are experts in completing.
Contractors with a great customer base like Delaware County Fire Restoration has now improved their fleet to be consistent in advertising and marketing—something that is necessary to build a strong and trusted brand.
As these Ford E-Series Vans and Box Truck drive the highways and streets of their service area, they can expect up to 70,000 visual views per vehicle—in just one day.
Have a fleet that you need to brand consistently? Want to make sure consumers know your company just by looking at your vehicle wraps? It’s easy to request a branding—or rebranding quote.
Now, let’s take a look of these stunning box truck wraps (including a “before” picture) and these Ford E-Series van wraps…