Logo design. ...Raden Hasan... was professional, responsive, and highly flexible with our requests. Minor tweaks that we asked for were promptly delivered which gave us the ability to really carve out the perfect logo. Would absolutely work with this designer again.
How teresapZ started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Clean. Restore. Maintain.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Under Pressure is provider of industrial and commercial cleaning and restoration solutions. We work with contractors, building owners, facility managers, government organizations and private industry that often have unique, large and specialized cleaning needs. Our core services are pressure washing and media blasting in complex commercial and industrial environments. For example, we currently work with the Wind Turbine Industry where we pressure wash wind turbines as they are being constructed. Other examples include, maintenance cleaning of large factories, carbon restoration cleaning in shop facilities, construction clean-up masonry surfaces, media blasting of wood ceilings and beams in renovated warehouse spaces...to name a few. Our niche has really become the big, complex and dirty cleaning and restoration projects that many companies are not equipped to handle.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Cleaning & Maintenance
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like the clean and simple font with a distinctive image that can be used on a white or dark background.
the imagery and font are a unique way to communicate industrial and experience.
Nice clean, powerful design that can work on dark or white background.
this restoration company logo is simple and a little generic, but the coloring and clean design stands out.
the 3D letter is powerful and fits nicely with the font and company name. I also like the gray/steel look. Would be interested in using UP or UPI in our logo.
this logo manages to use "buildings" yet maintain a clean look. We clean and restore buildings, tanks, wind turbines (large structures)
I've seen some previous logo submissions use that image, but this one really stands out. Perhaps the combination of the bold font and subtext.
We focus primarily on commercial and industrial markets. I really like the look of the metal.
Please, NO cartoon guys holding pressure washers. NO!
No pressure washing wands. NO!
This is a great industrial style logo that uses an image but ties in the text.
this logo caught my eye because of the color scheme, it has 2 word name(Under Pressure) and uses a tagline. Stands out, clean and unique.
No more water drops. It's too ubiquitous in this industry, plus we do more than just pressure washing.
I thought this was a nice use of letters in a logo. Simple, but clean and it works. Can U P or U P I work?
As a restoration company I would consider using fire and water if they can be incorporated with the company name in an unique way. Too many generic water drop/flame drops images out there, but done right could be really striking.
Sparklewash is a competitor and a national franchise.
This new logo is a key component to our company renaming and rebranding initiative. I acquired the company last May, which was then called Mobile Washer. Mobile Washer had been around for 25 years and was a respected regional company. Under Pressure wants to leverage that market exposure and experience with a focus on building a next generation industrial cleaning brand with the capability to do more nationally. I understand this isn't the sexiest industry, it's B2B and the name has somewhat restricted imagery options, however I'm looking for a unique, powerful and good looking logo that can grow with the company. Also, the logo needs to look good against a white background as all of our fleet vehicles are white, but will of course be used on darker colored employee tshirts and gear.