Part 3 – Placement & Installations

From floor graphics to Planes, Trains, and Automobiles – we can do it!

  • Building Exteriors
  • Glass doors & Windows
  • Lobbies & Hallways
  • Conference Rooms
  • Fences & Poles
  • Elevators, Escalators – even Stair graphics!
  • Construction site barriers



There are many elements to consider with the installation of any graphic, some cautionary advice, and the silver lining.

With large exterior signs, there’s, of course, the permission requirements, the licensed contractors, permits and utility preparation. Do you need to dig holes for the support beams? Do you need a ladder, lift (or a crane!) to get high enough? And so on…

Even with interior jobs, big or small – you are working with incredibly tacky material, designed to stick and hold on to the first surface it comes across – even itself. This makes getting it level, smooth and in some cases aligned with other panels something to leave to the professionals.

When installing wraps on vehicles there is additional equipment as well – from heating the vinyl to give it extra flexibility, extra strength magnets to hold the sheets of material in place and expertly curving the design around existing elements of the vehicle, such as side mirrors or door handles.  Our goal is to have your vehicle back on the road making money for your business as quickly as possible. With our very own installation bay a 24-hour turn around time can be expected in most cases. Our professional installers have what it takes to get the job done right!

We are a full-service Print Studio, which means we can handle everything from the design and layout to the installation of your new signage or mural. It’s our job to make sure that you are receiving the best customer service experience that we can provide, each and every time. We work around your schedule to arrange installations, meaning less hassle and a limited wait time to have your new graphics on display.

Join us for our final installment of Speedpro Centreville’s in-depth look series next week Part 4 – Substrates.


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