Custom Vinyl Lettering

Vinyl is one of the most versatile sign materials in the market. It can be used in different ways to help businesses in San Jose.

Vinyl can be custom printed for branding or advertising purposes. They can be attached to a pole or hung from the ceiling of your establishment. With an adhesive backing, vinyl can be applied to most smooth surfaces. This can include walls, windows, vehicle surfaces, and more.

This material can also be laser-cut to create different shapes and forms. One specific form of cut vinyl that is popularly used by many businesses is custom vinyl lettering. 

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What is Vinyl Lettering?

This is laser-cut vinyl that includes letters, numbers, or shapes. They are usually cut from a solid-colored sheet of vinyl material. Once cut, they are carefully positioned onto the transfer tape. This is then used to install the vinyl letters onto your desired surface.

Vinyl letter stickers are easy to produce and install. They can also be removed without damaging the surface it is adhered on. However, it cannot be repositioned once installed. 

Types of Vinyl Lettering

Is your San Jose business interested in vinyl lettering but unsure of where to start? Here are different types of vinyl letters you can use:
Custom Wall Graphics for Office Space

Uses of Vinyl Lettering

In general, vinyl lettering for walls is used by businesses to add any type of text to their space. These texts are used for:
It is easy to use removable vinyl letters for walls as an effective messaging tool. With the right font style and size, customers can easily understand your message. These can be used to:

Your Trusted Vinyl Lettering Makers

Here at Signs Unlimited, we offer a wide range of sign solutions for your business needs. Our letter decals are made with high-quality vinyl material to make them durable and long-lasting.

Learn more about color options, size preferences, and the cost of vinyl lettering today! Contact us and receive a free consultation with our sign experts. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Vinyl letters are individually cut, pre-spaced letters printed on vinyl material with an adhesive on the back. They are like stickers you can put up on walls and windows that are durable and will not damage the underlying paint or finish.

You can use them for all sorts of things. They can be used to spell out a greeting at the front of your business, they can spell out directions or rules and regulations; you can even use them to display your company’s slogan.

Yes, that is the beauty of them. They don’t have to be a permanent solution, and you can easily take them down.

You would apply them pretty much the same way you would apply them to any surface. First, you want to make sure that your car’s surface is clean, smooth, and dry. Line them up where you want them and place a hinge (a piece of tape) at the top to keep them in place. Then peel off the back and slowly apply them and smooth them out with a roller or squeegee as you do to make sure there are no air bubbles underneath the surface. Remove the mask layer slowly so you don’t pull them off and you’re done.

The letters are written on a computer program and sized how the customer wants them. They are pre-spaced, so they come out perfect every time. Then they are printed on vinyl with a laser printer and then laser cut so that all the access vinyl is stripped away.

Since vinyl letters are charged per square inch, it depends on how big the letters are and how many letters you need. 

One isn’t better than the other, it just depends on what your goal is. The main difference is that vinyl letters are individually cut, while a decal is one big sticker. If you want the surface of where you are placing them to show through, go with vinyl letters.

Adhesive vinyl—like PVC-vinyl—is almost always used for wall decals. It is also referred to as removable vinyl.

Since trucks are bigger than cars, you will typically need bigger letters. Contact our team of experts to discuss the amount of vinyl lettering you need for your truck and we will be able to provide you with an accurate estimate.