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Why Your Trade Business Needs a Professional Logo

When you’re considering whether your trade business needs a brand new logo, what springs to mind? A lightning bolt? A tap? Bold lettering? These are all common qualities of a trade business logo; and whilst it does the job, how does it make you stand out from your competition?

Quality branding is vital for a successful business; whether you’re a plumber, electrician, painter and decorator or even a bookshop owner. What we’re trying to say is, regardless of the business, making sure that your brand shines above competition and is memorable is important. On top of this, trade businesses are in a competitive industry so the following branding points below are definitely worth considering!

 

Establishing Trust Through Professionalism

It’s all fair and well offering the best services to customers, but your business logo speaks before you do. What we mean is, potential customers, especially online, are more likely to see your logo before seeing you or speaking with you about your services. With this in mind, your logo should be of high quality to present and showcase great professionalism – Allowing potential customers to establish trust and recognise this is very important.

Shining Above Your Competition

Undoubtedly your competition will have a logo for their business; and as previously mentioned, there’s common traits of business logos for different trades. Standing out from your competition whether your a plumber, electrician or any other trade isn’t easy. To do so, you should consider how rememberable your logo is; what different colours, shapes, fonts and other aspects you could use. Building a competitive edge through a unique and creative logo can help to make your business stand out massively. Your business logo is essentially the first impression made by your company – and as already stated, it speaks before you do.

A Versatile Logo for All Uses

In many cases, logos are versatile and you should consider the look in different executions of the brand. For instance, if your logo only excels in one format, it could create problems in the future for different uses of the logo. Simply put, you must consider how your logo will appear on uniform, vehicles, and your website. If you business has more than one employee and its own uniform, you should ensure the colours associated with your logo can be integrated into a uniform. As for vehicles, it could be that your logo doesn’t stand out for your van or truck. Finally, your website should showcase similar colours and styles of your logo – So to closely represent your brand.

Hiring a Professional  

There’s many reasons to consider redesigning your company logo and the investment in doing so can result in building trust, establishing loyalty, improving recognition and much more! Whether your business has a logo or not, Expert Trades can help. We have helped over 150 trades business create logos for their business. If you’d like to find out how Expert Trades can help you and your business, take a look at our logo design service.

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How to give your bedroom a New Year’s overhaul for a better night’s sleep

 

2019 is finally upon us, which means you’re probably looking for ways to ensure this year is your best one yet. You might’ve made all of your New Year’s resolutions for spending, keeping fit, and spending more time enjoying your hobbies, but on your list should also be making an effort to get more – or better quality – sleep each night.Dormeo

One of the simplest and most effective way of getting better rest is by updating your sleeping space so it’s as calming as possible. To help you with this, we’ve asked Phil Lawlor, Sleep Expert at the leading mattress specialist Dormeo, to share some of his tips for creating the most tranquil sleep haven possible. Here’s what he recommended.

We have teamed up with Dormeo who are giving you the chance to win a double Fresh Plus memory foam mattress, keep reading to find out how to enter.

Declutter your space

I would always recommend tidying your room on a regular basis in order to keep it free of clutter because, not only can having a tidy space help you to fall asleep much quicker each night, but it can also improve the quality of the rest you get. This is due to the fact that living in a cluttered space can stress you out so sleeping in a clean and organised space can help you to feel much more relaxed.

Throw away, sell, or donate, anything you no longer have a use for and, if your space still looks chaotic, consider investing in some new storage solutions to hide away anything you want to keep. Once you’ve done this, your room should immediately feel much more peaceful.

Create a cleaning schedule to maintain your space

Once your bedroom is clean and tidy, your work won’t be done – you’ll have to ensure you maintain it, or you’ll end up back at square one. And, not only will clutter soon begin to disrupt your peace again but, if dust is allowed to settle around your room, this could aggravate any allergies you might have, making it even more difficult for you to get a decent night’s sleep.

The easiest way to keep your room in the best shape possible is by devising a cleaning routine that you’re able to stick to. Even if you simply set aside ten minutes a day to give your space a once over, it’ll make a huge difference. Alternatively, you could devote one day a week to clearing away mess, and another to cleaning any surfaces, changing your bed sheets, and hoovering your carpet.

Keep things calm and neutral

It’s not just mess that can have an adverse effect on the quality of your sleep, either: if your décor is particularly busy or bright, this could also keep you from having a good night’s sleep. So, if you declutter your space, give it a deep clean, and still aren’t feeling the benefits, consider whether you could tone down the design of your space in order to give it a more soothing vibe.

If you think the colour of your bedroom walls might be contributing to your lack of quality sleep, consider giving them a calming update by painting them a more neutral colour. 

If you want to ensure you get more high-quality sleep in 2019, take these tips onboard to ensure your bedroom is a tranquil haven that’s going to support you in getting enough rest each night. By having a declutter, staying on top of things, and reconsidering your décor if it feels overwhelming, you should start to see a difference straight away.

Your Move has teamed up with Dormeo to offer you the chance of winning a double Fresh Plus memory foam mattress. Memory foam mattresses adjust to your body as you sleep, ensuring you’re perfectly supported, which means this would be perfect if you’re looking to upgrade your bedroom for a better night’s sleep.

Dormeo also wants to welcome you to their warm and cosy world with an exclusive 10% discount on orders over £250 with the code YOURMOVE10 (not applicable on clearance items). Simply enter the code at checkout to get some new bedding, a mattress, or both for less!

Enter our prize draw

Closing date: 31st January 

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Guide For First Time Landlords

Today’s guest post gives advice for those looking into becoming a landlord. Although it can seem quite overwhelming to begin with, being a landlord can be a very satisfying job. Have a read of this post to gain a deeper knowledge on the subject.

Many people are turning to buy to let properties when it comes to investing their cash. It can be a great alternative to paying into a pension scheme, a passive income alongside the day job or even a full time career. In today’s post I’ll be outlining some of the key considerations to make if you’re venturing into the potentially lucrative landlord world and hopefully helping you avoid some common avoidable mistakes.

Do Your Research – You can never do too much research when it comes to being a landlord and before you begin you must ensure you’re up to speed with the latest rules and regulations. You’re not only responsible for the property but your tenants too. For example, did you know that the landlord is responsible for fitting and testing smoke alarms? And your tenants have their own duties too, so make sure you know how everything is divided.

Choosing a Property – Assuming you’re looking for a new property to buy to let rather than letting out something you own already, it’s important to make a checklist of criteria you’re looking for. Location is typically the biggest factor when it comes to rental prices, but there are other factors too such as parking. If you’re keen to let to students there might be specific areas that are more popular than others, whilst access to transport links might play a bigger factor for professionals. Decide on your tenant target market and search for properties based on that.

Finances – Buying a property nearly always comes with hidden expenses. As well as your initial deposit, stamp duty and legal fees you’ll also need to budget for any repairs or modifications required for the property. Whilst being a landlord can be very profitable, it’s important to remember to budget carefully and leave a buffer for things like a new boiler, just in case. A property survey should flag up anything major such as problems with the roof.

Maintenance – The maintenance of the property is the responsibility of the landlord. Maintenance includes duties such as keeping the property clean, providing drinking water, and paying for repairs.

Landlord Insurance – Although it’s not a legal requirement, taking out landlord insurance is generally a good idea. Landlord insurance can include things like rental protection if you’re unable to rent out the property due to damage and even unoccupied property cover to cover you in between tenants. Costs for this insurance varies depending on the size of your property and the types of cover you want to include, so it’s good idea to shop around and work out what’s right for your situation.

Renovations – Don’t invest in expensive renovations unless it’s likely to produce higher rent. Decorate with your target market in mind, there’s no point in investing in expensive flooring/storage if it isn’t desirable to your tenants. The longer it takes to renovate your property, means the longer you’re property will be without tenants. Create a schedule if you do decide to renovate and keep to it as rigidly as possible to minimise the financial hit.

Right of Entry – Even though you’re the landlord, you don’t have the right to just walk into your rental properties as and when you wish, instead there are strict policies. However, if there are needs for access, such as an emergency repair, you should be allowed to enter the property in order to complete work.

As you can see, there’s a lot to take into consideration when it comes to being a landlord, but I hope this article serves as a useful starting point on your journey. For the latest information on renting out properties in England and Wales, please visit the government website.

I hope you found this article helpful – it would be great to hear from you in the comments section if you come up with any more points of your own.

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The Cost of Living in Raleigh, NC

Cost of Living in Raleigh

These days it seems everyone is looking for the amenities of city living while maintaining that small-town feel. They want to run into folks they know at the coffee shop and become a “regular” at the restaurant around the corner. All this, access to top-notch universities, and an agreeable climate have made Raleigh, North Carolina, […]

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Clog-Free Kitchen and Bath Drains

kitchen sink stainer and strainer basket
This is a typical kitchen sink strainer and strainer basket. Note the slots and holes in both. (C) Copyright 2019 Tim Carter

Yesterday

I was perusing a national news website whose headlines more and more

are reminding me of the traditional sensational tabloids that might have

a story about a lawn being stolen. Being a syndicated newspaper

columnist, I find this transition most interesting.

One

particular headline caught my eye as it talked about the five things

you should NEVER put down your kitchen drain. I’ve been a master plumber

since age 29 and have had the very good fortune to replace old kitchen

drain lines and unclog newer ones choked with gunk and who-knows-what. I

thought I might discover something I didn’t know.

While

there were one or two good tips in the article a few of them had me

scratching my head wondering if the author had ever cleaned out a

residential drain line to a kitchen or bathroom sink. I decided to share

with you my experiences with residential drain lines and let you apply

your own common sense. Beware, as a few of the images I’m about to

render might make you squirm just a bit.

I

think it’s best to describe what the inside of drain pipes look like

when new and after they’ve been in use for years or decades. New cast

iron, copper, galvanized iron, and plastic drain lines all are quite

smooth on the inside of the pipe. You want smooth bore pipe so nothing

gets snagged.

Unfortunately,

a characteristic of older galvanized iron pipe is that it starts to

develop a rough inner surface that actually starts to get clogged from

small debris that grows hard-water deposits on the inside of the pipe

wall. I’ve cut out galvanized iron drain lines from kitchen and bath

walls and the entire inside of the pipe is choked off with this hard

calcified buildup.

Fortunately, galvanized pipe is rarely used now and it can be found in older homes built between 1900 and the late 1950s. Plastic plumbing drain lines swept the industry by storm in the 1960s and have become the go-to material for almost all residential plumbing drain installations.

I

want to briefly discuss the size of pipes and what passes through them

with little effort. The drain pipe beneath the toilet in your home is

most likely a 3-inch-diameter pipe. Your body, on a regular basis,

produces solid cylindrical waste that often might be 1 and 1/4-inches in

diameter. You then add paper waste to the toilet bowl, flush it and

magically all of this ends up in a septic tank or your city’s sewage

treatment plant.

Now think about the lowly kitchen or bathroom sink drain pipe. Just

behind the wall of the sink, there’s probably a horizontal

1.5-inch-diameter pipe. Plumbers call this a branch arm. That horizontal

pipe in a kitchen should travel no more than 42 inches where it

connects to a vertical pipe, a stack, that should be at least 2 inches

in diameter. Bathroom sink drains almost always connect to another

1.5-inch-diameter vertical stack instead of a 2-inch one.

Imagine

the size of solid material that can pass through the branch arms to the

stacks with little effort if enough water is assisting in the process.

In other words, a green pea should have no problems passing through a

kitchen drain pipe.

Here

are some best practices to keep your kitchen and bathroom sink drains

clog-free for decades now that you understand how things pass through

pipes.

Never

allow grease to go down a drain. It solidifies and will clog drain

pipes. I set aside used paper towels in my kitchen that are quite clean

to sop up liquid grease from cooking pots and pans. These towels are

then thrown in the garbage.

Never

allow flour and egg mixtures into your kitchen sink drains. Dump as

much of this as possible into the garbage. Don’t allow clumps of flour

to enter the drain. Fill the kitchen sink with water halfway and wash

and emulsify the flour coating on the pans and bowls. Pull the sink

stopper and allow this fine slurry to rush down the drain into the main

building drain. As crazy as it sounds, flush a nearby toilet to send the

slurry on its way to the sewer plant or septic tank.

Keep

the basket strainer in your kitchen sink strainer and allow it to

capture larger food debris. Dump the debris in the garbage, don’t use

your fingers to push it through the slots in the strainer sending it

down the drain.

If

you use a disposer in your kitchen, fill your sink with water about

halfway before you turn on the disposer. Remove the disposer drain cover

and turn on the disposer. The giant slug of water will carry the sludge

into the main building drain under your home. All too often homeowners

turn off the water at the sink too early allowing the kitchen drain pipe

to have a liquid slurry laying in the pipes.

Once

a month pour a gallon of boiling water down your kitchen and bathroom

sink. This hot water can dissolve rogue grease that somehow makes it

into the drain and it can dissolve some cosmetics that may be lurking in

a bathroom drain.

If

you notice a bathroom sink is starting to drain slower and slower, take

a few minutes and remove the stopper. The lever that makes your drain

stopper go up and down does a great job of capturing hair. It takes only

minutes of your time to remove that lever and any debris that’s in the

drain tailpiece where the lever operates. There are quite a few videos

on YouTube showing you how to easily remove and reinstall this simple

part of a bathroom sink.

Once a month pour a bucket of water into your sinks to get as much water as possible flowing down the drain as fast as possible. This is the closest thing you can do as a homeowner to pressure wash the inside of drain lines. Doing this can save you hundreds of dollars that you’d otherwise have to pay a drain-cleaning service should you abuse your drain lines.

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Computer desk from GULLIVER crib. Old IKEA cot gets new life.

I made a computer desk from my son’s old IKEA GULLIVER crib (with IKEA mattress for that crib).

IKEA items used:
  • GULLIVER crib
  • LINNMON table top

GULLIVER | IKEA.com

Crib to computer desk conversion

Basically the stand of the desk is the crib. I made it according to original IKEA instructions, leaving out the front wall.

Then I added an IKEA LINNMON table on top. There are no any other parts used. If you wish for more stability, secure the table top to the crib frame with L-brackets.

And it looks beautiful!

From crib to computer desk. IKEA GULLIVER gets new life.

I’m a short girl, I put my legs on the mattress. There is enough space for my legs and it’s very cozy.

For somebody taller, it might be a problem. In that case, remove the mattress and base.

Another great thing (and function) of this set up is that my kid puts his toys there. It’s a little play house for him.

From crib to computer desk. IKEA GULLIVER gets new life.

~ by Andrijana, from Belgrade, Serbia. Follow me on Facebook.


You may also like these computer desks

#1 Computer desk with monitor hutch

Mike made a computer desk from a Linnmon tabletop, 4 Besta Tofta doors, 5 adjustable table legs and Capita 4″ legs. And it holds up all his screens. See more of the desk with hutch.

#2 Laptop table for 2

double computer desk

Bjørn wanted to make a long workstation which has room for two at the same time and has numerous drawers/cabinets where you can hide all office supplies. This is an IKEA hack that is incredibly easy to make and you can even choose if you want lots of drawers or cabinets. You can also make it for one person also by cutting the worktop and adding two cabinets instead of three. See the dual computer workstation.

#3 Wall unit with computer desk and shelving

computer desk with shelving

Rhiannon made a custom designed wall unit, with a computer desk and plenty of shelves for books. Her hack uses the old EXPEDIT but this can be easily replicated with the KALLAX shelving unit. See more the wall unit with computer table.


 

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Computer desk from GULLIVER crib. Old IKEA cot gets new life.

I made a computer desk from my son’s old IKEA GULLIVER crib (with IKEA mattress for that crib).

IKEA items used:
  • GULLIVER crib
  • LINNMON table top

GULLIVER | IKEA.com

Crib to computer desk conversion

Basically the stand of the desk is the crib. I made it according to original IKEA instructions, leaving out the front wall.

Then I added an IKEA LINNMON table on top. There are no any other parts used. If you wish for more stability, secure the table top to the crib frame with L-brackets.

And it looks beautiful!

From crib to computer desk. IKEA GULLIVER gets new life.

I’m a short girl, I put my legs on the mattress. There is enough space for my legs and it’s very cozy.

For somebody taller, it might be a problem. In that case, remove the mattress and base.

Another great thing (and function) of this set up is that my kid puts his toys there. It’s a little play house for him.

From crib to computer desk. IKEA GULLIVER gets new life.

~ by Andrijana, from Belgrade, Serbia. Follow me on Facebook.


You may also like these computer desks

#1 Computer desk with monitor hutch

Mike made a computer desk from a Linnmon tabletop, 4 Besta Tofta doors, 5 adjustable table legs and Capita 4″ legs. And it holds up all his screens. See more of the desk with hutch.

#2 Laptop table for 2

double computer desk

Bjørn wanted to make a long workstation which has room for two at the same time and has numerous drawers/cabinets where you can hide all office supplies. This is an IKEA hack that is incredibly easy to make and you can even choose if you want lots of drawers or cabinets. You can also make it for one person also by cutting the worktop and adding two cabinets instead of three. See the dual computer workstation.

#3 Wall unit with computer desk and shelving

computer desk with shelving

Rhiannon made a custom designed wall unit, with a computer desk and plenty of shelves for books. Her hack uses the old EXPEDIT but this can be easily replicated with the KALLAX shelving unit. See more the wall unit with computer table.


 

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Clog-Free Kitchen and Bath Drains

kitchen sink stainer and strainer basket
This is a typical kitchen sink strainer and strainer basket. Note the slots and holes in both. (C) Copyright 2019 Tim Carter

Yesterday

I was perusing a national news website whose headlines more and more

are reminding me of the traditional sensational tabloids that might have

a story about a lawn being stolen. Being a syndicated newspaper

columnist, I find this transition most interesting.

One

particular headline caught my eye as it talked about the five things

you should NEVER put down your kitchen drain. I’ve been a master plumber

since age 29 and have had the very good fortune to replace old kitchen

drain lines and unclog newer ones choked with gunk and who-knows-what. I

thought I might discover something I didn’t know.

While

there were one or two good tips in the article a few of them had me

scratching my head wondering if the author had ever cleaned out a

residential drain line to a kitchen or bathroom sink. I decided to share

with you my experiences with residential drain lines and let you apply

your own common sense. Beware, as a few of the images I’m about to

render might make you squirm just a bit.

I

think it’s best to describe what the inside of drain pipes look like

when new and after they’ve been in use for years or decades. New cast

iron, copper, galvanized iron, and plastic drain lines all are quite

smooth on the inside of the pipe. You want smooth bore pipe so nothing

gets snagged.

Unfortunately,

a characteristic of older galvanized iron pipe is that it starts to

develop a rough inner surface that actually starts to get clogged from

small debris that grows hard-water deposits on the inside of the pipe

wall. I’ve cut out galvanized iron drain lines from kitchen and bath

walls and the entire inside of the pipe is choked off with this hard

calcified buildup.

Fortunately, galvanized pipe is rarely used now and it can be found in older homes built between 1900 and the late 1950s. Plastic plumbing drain lines swept the industry by storm in the 1960s and have become the go-to material for almost all residential plumbing drain installations.

I

want to briefly discuss the size of pipes and what passes through them

with little effort. The drain pipe beneath the toilet in your home is

most likely a 3-inch-diameter pipe. Your body, on a regular basis,

produces solid cylindrical waste that often might be 1 and 1/4-inches in

diameter. You then add paper waste to the toilet bowl, flush it and

magically all of this ends up in a septic tank or your city’s sewage

treatment plant.

Now think about the lowly kitchen or bathroom sink drain pipe. Just

behind the wall of the sink, there’s probably a horizontal

1.5-inch-diameter pipe. Plumbers call this a branch arm. That horizontal

pipe in a kitchen should travel no more than 42 inches where it

connects to a vertical pipe, a stack, that should be at least 2 inches

in diameter. Bathroom sink drains almost always connect to another

1.5-inch-diameter vertical stack instead of a 2-inch one.

Imagine

the size of solid material that can pass through the branch arms to the

stacks with little effort if enough water is assisting in the process.

In other words, a green pea should have no problems passing through a

kitchen drain pipe.

Here

are some best practices to keep your kitchen and bathroom sink drains

clog-free for decades now that you understand how things pass through

pipes.

Never

allow grease to go down a drain. It solidifies and will clog drain

pipes. I set aside used paper towels in my kitchen that are quite clean

to sop up liquid grease from cooking pots and pans. These towels are

then thrown in the garbage.

Never

allow flour and egg mixtures into your kitchen sink drains. Dump as

much of this as possible into the garbage. Don’t allow clumps of flour

to enter the drain. Fill the kitchen sink with water halfway and wash

and emulsify the flour coating on the pans and bowls. Pull the sink

stopper and allow this fine slurry to rush down the drain into the main

building drain. As crazy as it sounds, flush a nearby toilet to send the

slurry on its way to the sewer plant or septic tank.

Keep

the basket strainer in your kitchen sink strainer and allow it to

capture larger food debris. Dump the debris in the garbage, don’t use

your fingers to push it through the slots in the strainer sending it

down the drain.

If

you use a disposer in your kitchen, fill your sink with water about

halfway before you turn on the disposer. Remove the disposer drain cover

and turn on the disposer. The giant slug of water will carry the sludge

into the main building drain under your home. All too often homeowners

turn off the water at the sink too early allowing the kitchen drain pipe

to have a liquid slurry laying in the pipes.

Once

a month pour a gallon of boiling water down your kitchen and bathroom

sink. This hot water can dissolve rogue grease that somehow makes it

into the drain and it can dissolve some cosmetics that may be lurking in

a bathroom drain.

If

you notice a bathroom sink is starting to drain slower and slower, take

a few minutes and remove the stopper. The lever that makes your drain

stopper go up and down does a great job of capturing hair. It takes only

minutes of your time to remove that lever and any debris that’s in the

drain tailpiece where the lever operates. There are quite a few videos

on YouTube showing you how to easily remove and reinstall this simple

part of a bathroom sink.

Once a month pour a bucket of water into your sinks to get as much water as possible flowing down the drain as fast as possible. This is the closest thing you can do as a homeowner to pressure wash the inside of drain lines. Doing this can save you hundreds of dollars that you’d otherwise have to pay a drain-cleaning service should you abuse your drain lines.

Column 1284

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The Cost of Living in Raleigh, NC

Cost of Living in Raleigh

These days it seems everyone is looking for the amenities of city living while maintaining that small-town feel. They want to run into folks they know at the coffee shop and become a “regular” at the restaurant around the corner. All this, access to top-notch universities, and an agreeable climate have made Raleigh, North Carolina, […]

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Why Your Trade Business Needs a Professional Logo

When you’re considering whether your trade business needs a brand new logo, what springs to mind? A lightning bolt? A tap? Bold lettering? These are all common qualities of a trade business logo; and whilst it does the job, how does it make you stand out from your competition?

Quality branding is vital for a successful business; whether you’re a plumber, electrician, painter and decorator or even a bookshop owner. What we’re trying to say is, regardless of the business, making sure that your brand shines above competition and is memorable is important. On top of this, trade businesses are in a competitive industry so the following branding points below are definitely worth considering!

 

Establishing Trust Through Professionalism

It’s all fair and well offering the best services to customers, but your business logo speaks before you do. What we mean is, potential customers, especially online, are more likely to see your logo before seeing you or speaking with you about your services. With this in mind, your logo should be of high quality to present and showcase great professionalism – Allowing potential customers to establish trust and recognise this is very important.

Shining Above Your Competition

Undoubtedly your competition will have a logo for their business; and as previously mentioned, there’s common traits of business logos for different trades. Standing out from your competition whether your a plumber, electrician or any other trade isn’t easy. To do so, you should consider how rememberable your logo is; what different colours, shapes, fonts and other aspects you could use. Building a competitive edge through a unique and creative logo can help to make your business stand out massively. Your business logo is essentially the first impression made by your company – and as already stated, it speaks before you do.

A Versatile Logo for All Uses

In many cases, logos are versatile and you should consider the look in different executions of the brand. For instance, if your logo only excels in one format, it could create problems in the future for different uses of the logo. Simply put, you must consider how your logo will appear on uniform, vehicles, and your website. If you business has more than one employee and its own uniform, you should ensure the colours associated with your logo can be integrated into a uniform. As for vehicles, it could be that your logo doesn’t stand out for your van or truck. Finally, your website should showcase similar colours and styles of your logo – So to closely represent your brand.

Hiring a Professional  

There’s many reasons to consider redesigning your company logo and the investment in doing so can result in building trust, establishing loyalty, improving recognition and much more! Whether your business has a logo or not, Expert Trades can help. We have helped over 150 trades business create logos for their business. If you’d like to find out how Expert Trades can help you and your business, take a look at our logo design service.

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