What is a vehicle wrap?
Wraps are large vinyl graphics or decals that are applied directly to the original paint of a vehicle. The application of the wrap allows you to completely change the appearance of the vehicle in a short period of time and then easily remove the wrap, regaining its original appearance.
How much does a vehicle wrap cost?
Our vehicle wraps are totally custom, and the cost depends on the size, shape, and duration of its service life. If you contact us about your project, we can recommend the most cost-effective options to provide you with a high quality wrap.
How long do vehicle wraps last?
We use industry-leading 3M™ vinyls and over-laminates that are designed to last 5 years or longer without fading. If you would like to know more about how to care for your 3M wrap follow this link.
What is your turnaround time?
Once we receive final artwork approval, production to installation is generally 7 business days. If you need something completed within a shorter timeline, let us know and we’ll do our best to accommodate your needs.
Can you help me with the design?
Absolutely, from logo design to wrap designs, our designers have you covered.
Can you install my graphics?
We would be happy to install your pre-made vinyl graphics. We can install at our facility or send an installer to you. (If the graphics are NOT supplied by us or a 3M product, we cannot warranty the product.)
Can you remove my graphics?
Wraps are designed to be removable without damaging the vehicle’s paint finish. When you are ready to have the wrap removed, we can schedule a day/time for you to come to our facility or we can come to your location to remove the wrap. Alternatively, with the proper tools, you should be able to remove the wrap yourself. Wraps will remove cleanly within the first 8 years of service. After 8 years, the wrap can still be removed, but removal should be done by professionals.
Will graphics adhere to a any surface?
If there is question about vinyl graphics adhering to a particular surface, we can schedule a time to test the surface in question prior to installation.