Shown below are examples of a wrap and cut vinyl graphic coverage on a standard cargo van.
In short, a wrap consists of a sheet of special vinyl that graphics can be printed on and applied directly to a vehicle. This provides limitless possibilities for creative, cost-effective vehicle advertising. To learn more about wraps, scroll down to the Wraps section of this page.
Cut vinyl graphics are created from cutting graphics from sheets of solid colored vinyl that is then applied to a vehicle.
Wrap advertising is the practice of completely or partially covering a vehicle in a large vinyl decal, usually with printed graphics, applied directly over the original paint of the vehicle. The application of the wrap allows you to change the vehicles appearance in a very short period of time and in turn allows you to remove the wrap, returning the vehicle back to its original condition if necessary. Almost anything with a smooth, clean surface can be wrapped; from vehicles to sports equipment, the possibilities are endless.
YES. While we do clean your vehicle before we install a wrap, it is a more finite clean than a typical car wash. We ask that all vehicles come to us as clean as possible to save everyone time and money. If your vehicle is visibly dirty when you drop it off, we will clean it but at a much higher price to you than if you had just run it through the car wash before dropping it off.
A wrap that costs you $2500.00 can last up to 10 years vs. a traditional advertisement for $2500.00 that may only run for a few months. Your wrap is always working, day or night, as long as it is visible to the public vs. a traditional ad that is only visible to a select audience at select times of the day.
A wrap starts with the design process. Using vehicle templates, we layout and design a proof to share with the customer. Once the design is approved by the customer, graphics are printed onto vinyl then laminated to ensure durability. The vehicle is then meticulously cleaned to ensure good adhesion of the vinyl to the body. The wrap is then installed and, once finished, returned to the customer and ready for years of use.
Taking care of a wrap is easy. Don’t use a power washer and don’t go through an “touchless” car washes. The high pressure from these processes can get underneath the vinyl and cause it to lift from the vehicle.
Using premium 3M vinyl products, the average wrap will last a minimum of five years, assuming the customer takes proper care of their vehicle. If properly taken care of, a vehicle wrap can last ten years or more.
No. In most cases vehicle wraps will not damage factory paint jobs in any way. Vehicles with poorly painted surfaces or that have been painted over rusted may pull off paint chips if the vinyl is removed.
Yes. If the time comes for you to sell your vehicle, we can easily remove a wrap and return your vehicle to it’s original state. This takes some time so please be sure to schedule an appointment for this process.
Installation time depends on vehicle size and the complexity of the vehicle’s shape. A full car wrap can be done in about two days. Larger vehicles, such as SUVs and buses, can take anywhere from 3-5 days. We work as fast as possible but quality comes before speed so please plan ahead so we aren’t rushed on your projects.
Yes. In most cases we can patch in a damaged section or completely replace a panel if necessary.
We will replace any defective panels up to one year after installation. A defective panel is a printed sheet or laminate layer that is either peeling off for no reason or shows drastic discoloration in an unusually short amount of time. This rarely happens but if it does we will replace the damaged pieces at no charge to you. However, we do not cover user error under our warranty so please be mindful when contacting us about warranty issues on vehicles that you have damaged, i.e. scraping a wrapped pickup bed while loading and unloading it. If you get into an accident, etc., we can replace any panels, but you or your insurance company will have to pay for it.
Yes. We only use weather-resistant materials such as plastic, vinyl, and aluminum when making signs. This allows for a sign to last for years in both hot and cold climates.
We can make vinyl letters and graphics as big as you can imagine. However, if the graphic’s size is above 52″ in height there will be a small overlap, as the overall graphic will have to be cut in sections. We are limited to the products the manufacturers produce but piecing together graphics is common practice and nothing for you to worry about.