Okay, quick--quote a price for a 3-by-4-ft. banner like this one: one color on white, with quite a bit of copy. What would you get for it?
The next job in the door might be a pair of truck doors, then a 4-by-8-or maybe some digital printing. With this variety of work, it's easy to make a mistake. Too high and you may lose the job; too low and you'll lose money.
That's why thousands of sign shops use the Sign Pricing Guide to check their prices. SignCraft developed the guide from research and surveys of successful sign shops from coast-to-coast.
It covers everyday sign projects-flat signs, banners, 3D, vehicles and more. Best of all, you get to choose an hourly rate based on your actual overhead. It's not "one-size-fits-all" pricing.
Click here to see what the 2014 Sign Pricing Guide would recommend as a selling price for a banner like this, based on your hourly rate.
The Sign Pricing Guide helps you take the guesswork out of pricing your