“Top quality vinyl, I not only didn't have any problem installing the letters (even as a beginner), but it looks like a professional did it. I saved myself about $1400 dollars. Couldn't be happier. A tape measure and a little masking tape... who would have thought.”
Vinyl Lettering Use: To letter my company trailer and truck
Vinyl Lettering Style: Lucida Calligraphy
“It was a great experience dealing with your company. I had trouble figuring out how to position my letters within the oval of my sign and the staff did it for me!! Very reasonable price, great quality, good communication during the process and will use again in the spring for our new boats lettering!! Thanks again.”
Vinyl Lettering Use: Windshield lettering on a UTV
Vinyl Lettering Style: Wet Paint
“Barry was very helpful and patient. I received my letters in less than 36 hours.
The quick help and delivery from Barry enabled me to install my letters on the RV and unveil the RV at our "40 days for life victory" rally! Most people thought it was a wrap!
Vinyl Lettering Use: To make a sign/shelf for our home.
“Great customer service, very fast shipping. While other companies charge a higher price for a port name, DIYL charges the same price as for any other lettering ordered. I will order again from DIYL when needed.”
“I really enjoyed all the choices I had to choose from; the fonts, the colors, and the quality of the labels. And, I feel the price was quite reasonable too. We were considering just going to the hardware store and buying individual (boring) numbers, but the options and convenience of shopping online at DIY was so much better, and the installation went very smoothly. I feel confident that these labels will withstand the weather here at our plant, and will be quite helpful when we need to change a light bulb.”
Vinyl Lettering Use: We are the Pleasant Grove Wastewater Treatment Plant at the City of Roseville in California, and we have 68 light poles throughout our 10-acre plant. We needed to come up with a better system to differentiate the poles when a light went out. As you can see from one of the pictures, our "old" way was to put electrical tape around the pole when the light bulb burn out. Eventually the light bulb would get changed, but the tape did not get removed. Not a good system. Now we have a spreadsheet with the numbers of the light poles and can stay on top of which light bulbs need to be changed, and it's a lot easier. We decided to color-code the numbers to correspond with the four areas of the plant, and this will help with learning the boundaries of the four areas as well. We were attempting to be humorous in the first photo... "How many city employees does it take to change a light bulb?" We still don't know the answer to that question, but at least now we know which light bulb needs changing!
Vinyl Lettering Style: Tango
“DIY lettering provides a fantastic service and a superior quality product. Thanks!”
“This was incredibly easy. I set up the lettering as I wanted it, emailed the word file with the dimensions, and when I received it, it was perfect. I measured and made sure everything was level, and had it installed in under 15 minutes. Thank you!”