Your questions, answered.
Find answers to common questions for each of our services. If you can’t find what you are looking for, get in touch.
Where do you service?
We service the whole of Tasmania and parts of mainland Australia. If you have a project in mind, get in touch to arrange a site visit.
Can I visit the shop?
We currently accept visitors on an appointment-only basis. If you would like to visit us, get in touch.
Can you design a sign for us?
Yes, at JT Designs we can design all your signage, stationery, logos and website needs.
What sort of materials do you use?
We have a large range of materials kept in stock:
ACM (Aluminium Composite Material) “metal”
I want an external long lasting sign what do you recommend?
How long do your signs last??
Our long-term signage solution depends on the location of the sign. Generally, the lifespan will last 5-10 years.
Dependent on materials / colours used you may notice fading or other discrepancies around the 4 year mark.
We suggest that all signage is changed at about 5 years of age – we find that this is a good time to relook at the design and update to suit.
What’s your warranty with signage?
Can you create 3D signage?
Can you do illuminated signage?
Can you create portable signage?
What’s the cost of a car wrap?
Cost is based on per job but most standard pricing is as follows
Small Car – 2 Door Coupe $3,500 to $4,000+gst
Medium Car – Sedan / Small SUV $4,000 to $5,000+gst
Large Car – Large SUV /4WD $4,500 to $6,000+gst
Inside doors , printed vs colour change, spoilers/accessories, paint protection film.
What is the lifespan of a car wrap?
The lifespan of a car wrap is usually around five year (depending on how it’s looked after). At JT Designs, you get a peace of mind guarantee, with a six-month workmanship warranty and a 12-month material warranty. We also inspect your car for free three weeks after your car wrapping appointment to make sure everything is looking slick.
Will wrap go over damaged paint, or clear coat failing??
We would never wrap over damaged panels straight up; we would go over your car with your permission to sand and feather out any imperfections before wrapping (at extra cost). This would however void our workmanship and product fault warranty.