It is difficult to generalise as each property is unique and requires a different approach. There are a number of variables including the type of material onto which the Shopjacket is printed.
We always need a high resolution, square on photograph (without obstruction or people if possible) and some rough shop front dimensions in order to assess how to treat the property and give a cost estimate. We would generally provide some advice and a mock up of how the property could look at this initial stage.
Each shop is treated differently in order to maximise the impact and the 3D illusion.
We believe in attention to detail, and our Shopjacket images lose their effectiveness if they are fitted onto dirty or damaged shop fronts.
In many circumstances we have to organise additional works to the shop front or building fascia to ensure that the whole frontage is consistent with the bespoke image that has been fitted to the shop front itself.
(See our section on Materials which gives a little more information on the types of material we actually use).