The logo should communicate that we are friendly yet professional. That we have a clean sharp image. We live and work in the local community (wherever). We a
80% residential consumers. 10% building maintenance and tenant improvements. 10% strata complex (condo & townhouse) repairs and maintenance. 75% of inquires are from women. 25% inquires from men.
What our logo should communicate
The logo should communicate that we are friendly yet professional. That we have a clean sharp image. We live and work in the local community (wherever). We are approachable.
First impressions on our logo should be
I can do business with them! I can trust them. Now, there's an interesting company! Get their number!
We want this in our logo
Something construction related. I'm open to ideas.
Additional comments for the designers
We want a fresh look. Friendly yet professional and trustworthy. The "tag line" field would not accept one possible tag line I had as an idea.
It is "Who's YOUR Handyman?" or something catchy like that. Be creative.
Styles we are interested in:
Coat of Arms or Family Crest
A Coat of Arms or Family Crest is a symbolic logo that generally reflects the history of an
organization. This kind of logo is a great way to project to your customers a sense of history and establishment.
Character logos often use fun, memorable mascots to represent a brand. College sports teams and
businesses use this type of branding to establish a more personable relationship between their customer and their brand.
Abstract marks use a single shape or symbol to represent a brand or product. Their genius is their
simplicity as customers recognize abstract logos at a single glance.
An emblem uses a shape or picture to literally or metaphorically represent a company or brand.
Generally the organization's name will be included in the emblem.
A letterform mark typically uses 1 to 3 letters from the business name to represent the
A word mark consists of the company's name in a stylized type.
What values should our logo communicate
Logo design created by professional graphic designer Alex-Alvarez