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Vinyl fleet wraps are a great way for your landscaping business to directly advertise to customers in your service area. They're made by digitally printing a design onto vinyl that's custom-shaped to your work trucks and then they're attached to your trucks using an adhesive. Fleet wraps are quite durable, and they normally last for years. Whether you have one truck in your landscaping business or several, using fleet wraps on your trucks will help increase awareness of your landscaping company's brand. To learn more about why fleet wraps are a great marketing opportunity for a landscaping company, read on.
You Can Advertise Directly Where Your Customers Are
Whether you're in residential landscaping or commercial landscaping, a fleet wrap will act as a billboard advertising your company directly where your customers are. When you're trimming, mowing, and planting bushes and trees for your clients, you and your crew will spend quite a bit of time parked outside of your customer's house or place of business. While you're doing your job, the fleet wrap on your vehicle will be advertising your services to the neighbors, and they'll be aware that you operate in the area.
This is a very directed form of advertising that has a great return on investment, since you're targeting the exact customers that you need to target. Make sure you and your crew carry plenty of business cards to hand out to potential clients who come up to your vehicle and inquire about your services—you may be able to convert these interested homeowners or businesses into new customers for your business by handing them a card with your contact information on it.
You Increase Trust in Your Brand
When homes or businesses see you operating frequently in their area, it increases awareness of your brand and makes them trust it more. You'll have a competitive edge over other landscaping companies that are using unmarked vehicles or ones with little branding on them, since an eye-catching fleet wrap looks more professional and signals that you're willing to invest in your business. By building trust in your brand, potential customers are more likely to remember you and contact your company first whenever they need landscaping services.
You Protect the Value of Your Fleet Vehicles
Finally, fleet wraps help preserve the resale value of your fleet vehicles, and protecting the value of your vehicles is important if you ever need to upgrade aging trucks for your landscaping business. Vinyl fleet wraps do an excellent job of protecting the paint on your trucks from things that can damage it like corrosive tree sap, and it also prevents the paint from slowly fading when it's exposed to sunlight. Keeping your paint in good condition helps maintain the value of your landscaping trucks, making it less expensive for your business when you need to sell your fleet and upgrade.
If you own a landscaping business and currently have little signage on the trucks you use, you should strongly consider upgrading to vinyl fleet wraps. When you consider that they're able to directly advertise to customers in the area you're working in, they're an investment that's worth the money—they're very good at bringing in more business for your landscaping company. Call a fleet wraps service in your area and tell them how many trucks your company uses in order to see how much it will cost to turn your fleet into a mobile advertising platform.Share
23 February 2022