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Graphics Installation

Microsoft and HP Graphics Installation

When you have a graphics project you need to hire the best installers to do the job right the first time. Our professional vinyl graphics installers are extremely experienced with backgrounds in construction and design to solve any issues that will come up during a large graphic install job. We pride ourselves with our service and quality.

Remodeling & Construction

Mod Pizza Remodel and Construction

Our highly trained and experienced in-house remodeling and construction teams work with your company to bring your visions to life. We can give your stores a modern design and layout so your business can have a fresh new look so you can attract more sales. We are licensed, bonded, and insured with 24/7 installation ability and support.

Commercial Installation

Circle K Polar Pop Large Format Printing

Any graphics you can dream of can be installed in your retail store or vehicle to showcase your services and products to attract new business. Our expert installers will make your graphics look exactly how you envisioned them so they will leave a lasting visual impact on your potential customers so your brand becomes unique and memorable.

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Our installation crews travel all over the US so we can install your stores accross the country. We have worked all over the nation to install graphics, signage, and complete construction jobs. Wherever you have a project, we will travel and get the job done.


From our project managers to our installers, we all understand the difficult issues that come with a store rollout that has strict deadlines. Our management team are experts at communicating and making sure you have pictures and documentations of all issues along with a solution so we can keep the project moving.


Our installation teams are experienced in working in stores with high traffic conditions. We make sure to have all of our proper on-site safety gear and safety regulations in place so we can work during peak hours without your business losing any sales.


Our number one goal is to make sure your project is completed on time with the highest quality product possible. If any problems arise we will find a solution. Our teams are experienced and dedicated to making sure your project has zero issues and is up to the highest standards.

Koi Fish Shirt Poison Apple

Koi Fish Art

I’ve always loved drawing koi fish because of how they flow. They almost look otherworldly with their colors and shapes which allows me to get expressive with their patterns. I originally intended this drawing for screen printing which is why the artwork has very bold lines and defined separation between the splashing water and the koi fish. Screen printing is basically creating a stencil of an image using photosensitive chemicals on a mesh fabric. When done correctly an image is “burned” into the mesh using UV lights. When ink is pushed through the stencil and the little tiny holes in the mesh it creates a picture on the opposite side.

When you begin to add multiple colors to your project the process becomes exponentially difficult because each color requires its own screen and color separation. The benefits of screen printing is that simple prints are much cheaper to produce because ink and maintenance of the machine is minimal. The prints also have longevity and last as many washes the shirt can handle. The time to produce is also much faster compared to Direct to Garment Printing. After the initial set up which takes a couple hours, each shirt takes only a minute to print compared to the 6-10 minutes it takes for a DTG printer.  The downside is you are very limited by the colors you can use and it is not cost effective to print less then 25 shirts.

Koi Wave Shirt from Poison Apple Shirts

Direct to Garment Printing

When we got our Direct to Garment printer (Omniprint FreeJet330tx Plus) I was very excited because this allowed me to take some of my old artwork and add deeper color to it. The DTG (Direct to Garment) printer works more like a desktop printer and can print full color photographs directly on fabric. This opened up huge doors in what I was able to do with my art. Now I can incorporate full color images and color gradients instead of being forced to very defined colors. In the video you can see exactly how the DTG works. On dark shirts it first prints a layer of white as a base for the second pass of color. Normally when printing on white shirts you don’t have to print a base coat of white which is why the prints cost less.

What I didn’t really factor into the whole process was something called the “Pre-treat” phase. Before shirts can be printed on they need to have a layer of chemical applied to it to give the DTG printer ink a consistent flat surface to adhere to. This step actually costs quite a bit of time and money because it is required if you want to have a clean vibrant print. Think of it like adding primer to a paint job before applying color. It helps the paint stick and show up better. I’ll go through the process more in depth in a future blog. I’m really happy with the quality of the prints and the fact that we can actually print one-offs instead of having to have a 25 shirt minimum with screen printing but there are a few more downsides to DTG.

Most DTG printers require daily maintenance, flushing lines, cleaning heads, etc which adds up to a lot of money at the end of the month to make sure your huge investment doesn’t explode. We purchased the FreeJet330tx Plus because of the minimal maintenance costs and we’re pretty happy with it. The cost of ink is also quite expensive. For screen printing I can buy a gallon of white ink for about $50-$70 while a gallons worth of cartridge of white from Epson would cost me $900. I know the conversion is screwy somewhere there but you get the point, ink is crazy expensive. Our DTG printer actually uses a bulk ink system where you fill bottles instead of the cartridge system so it saves us some money.

The biggest factor for me right now is time. Each DTG print requires a pretreat which takes about 2 minute including heat pressing, set up and print on the machine which takes between 4-5 minutes, and then another heat press curing which takes 3 minutes. Overall you’re looking at almost 10 minutes a shirt compared to 1-2 minutes for screen printing. It can really add up fast.

Overall I still think it’s a great system and we’re working on trying to improve our assembly line to make DTG more cost effective. I’m excited to try new designs and incorporate some cool pictures into my shirts!

Koi Wave Shirt Printed

Till next time!

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Vinyl Installation

When your customers walk into your store and see your awesomely designed graphics on the walls windows, and your amazing displays they'll be in such a trance that their jaws will drop and their wallets will fly open. Attract new customers with your eye catching signage!

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Banner and Wallpaper Installation

Have a wallpaper or banner project that needs to be professionally installed? Siteline Graphics Solutions can provide you with the highest quality, perfect pixel to pixel installation to make your rooms and buildings stand out from the competition.

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