Q. How much does it cost to vinyl wrap a vehicle?
A. Every project has its own set of variables. We will help provide you with a more accurate quotation. Pricing is directly linked with coverage and types of vinyl used.
Q. Will a vinyl wrap on the vehicle peel or fade?
A. If properly cared for, your vehicle wrap will not to fade, crack or peel for 3 – 5 years. For more information about vinyl material click here >
Q. What’s the difference between a partial and full wrap?
A. Anything less than a full wrap is normally called a “partial wrap”. A half partial wrap normally includes the entire rear of the vehicle and halfway up the vehicle, and includes a hood logo. A three-quarters partial wrap normally includes the entire rear of the vehicle and most of the way up the vehicle, and includes a hood logo. Typically, a full wrap includes the entire surface of the vehicle. -No roof, roof wrapping is additional.
Q. Can you wrap a leased vehicle?
A. You must always obtain permission to wrap a leased or rented vehicle. However, in general, most leased or rented vehicles have factory paint jobs with excellent paint quality. Vinyl applied over factory paint is best because vinyl can be removed easier without damage or “paint peel.” Leased vehicles are often wrapped throughout the country without incident or damage.
Q. Why should i use vinyl wraps as opposed to painting a car
A. Applying or altering the paint on your car actually decreases its value. The same applies for vinyl lettering which can cause ‘fading’ or ‘shadowing’ to the original paint. Additionally, a wrap looks so much more eye-catching and professional to the potential customer.
Q. How long does it takes to install a vinyl wrap on my car?
A. Installation generally takes between one and two days depending on how much coverage has to be applied and the type of vehicle it is being applied to.
Q. Can the vinyl wrap be removed?
A. Absolutely. The wrap film is actually adhere to the car using heat and pressure-sensitive adhesives that can be reactivated by our installers. The removal process is very short and the time is usually related to the size and complexity of the vinyl wrap