Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by Prestige-Lawncare, Apr 27, 2006.
Looks nice and very professionalism
I just thought of something. How about making "Prestige" just a little bigger font, and Lawn Care just a tad smaller. If I had the same font in a "bold" .. that would work too. That way ... Prestige would stand out a little more.
After all ... Prestige is the name ... Lawn Care is what we do.
It Looks Like Your Services Would Be Pricey
I think it looks very nice, but I don't consider it a "logo". I also think that it will be pretty expensive to print. I think a logo should be kept pretty simple, something that is easy to remember and will stick in potential customer's mind.
I think it's cool..but where's your phone # on there?
Looks real good to me.I like it alot.
Wouldent that be professionalistic?
Looks good..... But
I wouldn't use that as a logo, I wouldn't even call it a logo.
Logo's are simple, easy to print, cost effective to print, etc... etc....
That's something you may use on a post card when targeting high end homes or use it on a brochure explaining your service's.
Cost wise it would be to expensive to print.
Customer wise, you're going to scare off "some" people by looking over priced.
You can present yourself as very professional in other ways then trying to go broke with impressive logo/pictures/advertising.
But like i said it looks good.
everything he said
YOU silly!....EVERYone knows that would be professionalous!
Anyway, logo or no logo...I know what you have in mind. You are wanting to use this on your cards and such. This could also be printed as a giant decal. Frankly, I think it looks good, but what's more than that, is the fact that the letter styles you picked look great, match each other, are of attractive color, and fit the theme. Good luck with it.