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Vehicle Wrap Costs

Considerations Before Wrapping A Vehicle

Aftercare Instructions

Why your business vehicle should be wrapped?

Vehicle wraps offer numerous benefits for businesses looking to enhance their brand visibility and marketing efforts. Here are some of the key advantages:

  1. Mobile Advertising: A wrapped vehicle essentially turns your company vehicle into a mobile billboard. As you drive around town or park in different locations, your brand message is exposed to a diverse audience, increasing the reach of your advertising.

  2. Cost-Effective Marketing: Compared to traditional forms of advertising like billboards or TV commercials, vehicle wraps are a relatively cost-effective way to promote your business. Once the wrap is applied, it serves as a long-term, continuous advertisement without incurring additional costs.

  3. Increased Brand Visibility: A well-designed vehicle wrap can make your brand stand out and be easily recognizable. This increased visibility helps to reinforce your brand in the minds of potential customers, contributing to brand recall when they need your products or services.

  4. Local Targeting: Vehicle wraps allow you to specifically target local audiences. If your business primarily operates in a specific area, your wrapped vehicle can effectively reach potential customers in that locality, enhancing your local market presence.

  5. Professional Image: A professionally designed and installed vehicle wrap can enhance your company's image and credibility. It signals to customers that you take your business seriously and are invested in promoting a strong and consistent brand.

  6. Protects the Vehicle: Wraps provide an additional layer of protection to the vehicle's paint, shielding it from scratches and minor damage. This can be particularly beneficial for preserving the resale value of the vehicle.

  7. Customization Options: Vehicle wraps offer a high degree of customization. You can choose from a variety of colors, designs, and finishes to create a unique and eye-catching appearance that aligns with your brand.

  8. Temporary or Permanent Marketing: Whether you have a short-term promotional campaign or want a long-term marketing solution, vehicle wraps are versatile. They can be easily removed without damaging the vehicle's paint when you need to update your branding or if the vehicle is repurposed.

  9. Wider Audience Reach: Depending on your business activities and travel patterns, your wrapped vehicle can reach a wide and diverse audience, including potential customers who may not have been exposed to your brand through other channels.

  10. Measurable Impact: While it may be challenging to measure the exact impact of a vehicle wrap, you can still track increases in brand awareness, website traffic, or sales in conjunction with the timing of the vehicle wrap campaign.

In summary, a vehicle wrap can be a powerful and cost-effective tool for businesses seeking to boost brand visibility, reach local audiences, and create a professional and memorable impression.










Personal Vehicle Wrap

Wrapping a personal vehicle, also known as a custom or vinyl wrap, offers several benefits for individuals who want to personalize their cars or achieve specific aesthetic and practical goals. Here are some advantages:

  1. Personalization and Style: Vehicle wraps allow for a high level of customization, enabling individuals to express their unique style and personality. With a wide range of colors, patterns, and finishes available, you can transform the look of your vehicle to suit your preferences.

  2. Protective Layer: The vinyl wrap acts as a protective layer for the vehicle's original paint, shielding it from minor scratches, stone chips, and other road debris. This can help maintain the resale value of the vehicle by preserving its exterior condition.

  3. Temporary Changes: Unlike a new paint job, a vehicle wrap is a temporary modification. This flexibility allows you to change the appearance of your vehicle without committing to a permanent alteration. You can update the wrap whenever you want a new look.

  4. Cost-Effective Customization: Custom painting a vehicle can be expensive and time-consuming. Vehicle wraps offer a more cost-effective way to achieve a custom look without the high costs associated with custom paint jobs.

  5. Easy Maintenance: Vehicle wraps are relatively easy to clean and maintain. Regular washing with mild soap and water helps to keep the wrap looking vibrant and new. This can be more convenient than maintaining the finish of a custom paint job.

  6. Advertisement and Promotion: Individuals with personal brands, social media presence, or small businesses may use vehicle wraps to promote themselves or their businesses. This turns their personal vehicle into a mobile advertising platform, helping to increase brand visibility.

  7. Resale Value: While protecting the original paint, a well-maintained vehicle wrap can contribute to maintaining the resale value of the car. Potential buyers may appreciate the added layer of protection and the ability to customize or revert to the original appearance.

  8. Quick Installation and Removal: Installing a vehicle wrap is generally faster than repainting a vehicle. Additionally, when you want to change the look or revert to the original appearance, the wrap can be removed without damaging the underlying paint.

  9. Brand Loyalty: Enthusiasts of specific brands, sports teams, or hobbies may choose to wrap their vehicles with relevant graphics or logos, showcasing their loyalty and passion.

  10. Preservation of Original Paint: For individuals who want to preserve the original paint of their vehicle, a wrap offers a reversible option. The wrap can be removed at any time, revealing the untouched original paint underneath.

In summary, wrapping a personal vehicle provides a cost-effective, customizable, and temporary way to personalize its appearance, protect the original paint, and even serve as a form of self-expression or promotion.










Vehicle Wrap Costs

The cost of vehicle wraps can vary significantly based on several factors. Here are some reasons why the pricing for vehicle wraps can differ:

  1. Material Quality: The type and quality of the vinyl material used for the wrap can greatly influence the cost. High-quality, durable vinyl films from reputable manufacturers tend to be more expensive but offer better longevity and performance.

  2. Design Complexity: The complexity of the design plays a crucial role in determining the cost of a vehicle wrap. A simple design with minimal graphics will generally be less expensive than a highly intricate or detailed design. Complex designs require more time and expertise to install, contributing to higher costs.

  3. Vehicle Size and Type: Larger vehicles, such as vans, buses, or trucks, will require more vinyl material, and the installation process may be more labor-intensive. Consequently, the size and type of the vehicle significantly impact the overall cost.

  4. Color and Finish: The color and finish of the vinyl film can affect the cost. Specialty colors, textures, or finishes (such as matte or metallic) may be more expensive than standard colors. Some finishes may also require additional care during installation.

  5. Installation Difficulty: The ease or difficulty of installing the wrap can influence the cost. Complex vehicle shapes, intricate body features, or challenging surfaces may require more skill and time for installation, contributing to higher labor costs.

  6. Customization and Cutouts: Customized wraps, including cutouts for windows, lights, or other features, can add to the complexity of the installation process. Precision is crucial when dealing with cutouts, and this may require additional time and expertise.

  7. Quantity and Volume Discounts: If you are looking to wrap multiple vehicles or an entire fleet, some providers may offer volume discounts. Ordering wraps in larger quantities may lead to reduced costs per unit.

  8. Additional Services: There are also additional services in pricing, such as design services, surface preparation, or removal of an existing wrap. The inclusion of these services can impact the overall cost.

Before deciding on a vehicle wrap, it's essential to consider these factors and understand the specifics of what is included in the pricing. This way, you can make an informed decision based on your budget and the desired quality of the vehicle wrap.

We are happy to provide a quote for you but as you can see there are many factors involved. The best way is to stop in with your vehicle. If that is not possible call in with the make, model VIN and body style package to get the most accurate quote.










Considerations Before Wrapping Your Vehicle

Before wrapping your vehicle, it's important to carefully consider various factors to ensure a successful and satisfying outcome. Here are key considerations:

  1. Purpose and Goals:
    Branding or Personalization: Determine whether you are wrapping your vehicle for personalization or branding purposes. This will influence the design, colors, and overall aesthetic choices.

  2. Budget:
    Cost Estimate: Understand the breakdown of costs, including materials, full or partial wrap, labor, and any additional services. Consider your budget and choose options that align with your financial plan.

  3. Design:
    Concept and Style: Have a clear idea of the design and style you want for your vehicle. Consider factors like colors, graphics, logos, and any specific details you want to include. If needed, work with our graphic designers to create a visually appealing design.

  4. Material Quality:
    Vinyl Type: Research the types of vinyl materials available. Higher-quality vinyl may cost more but offers better durability and longevity. Discuss material options with us to choose one that meets your expectations.

  5. Vehicle Surface Condition:
    Paint Condition: This is extremely important. Vinyl is thin and will not cover imperfections in your vehicle paint or clear coat it will also not adhere long term if the area it is attached to does not stay attached to the vehicle (rust/powder from primer paint, etc.). Ensure that your vehicle's paint is in good condition before applying the wrap. Any existing damage or rust should be addressed beforehand to prevent issues with adhesion and to maintain the integrity of the wrap.

  6. Local Regulations:
    Permits and Regulations: Check local regulations regarding vehicle wraps. Some areas may have restrictions on the extent of coverage, reflective materials, or specific colors. Ensure compliance with local laws to avoid potential issues.

  7. Maintenance and Cleaning:
    Cleaning Instructions: Understand the proper maintenance and cleaning procedures for the specific vinyl material used in your wrap. This ensures the longevity and vibrancy of the wrap. Avoid abrasive cleaning methods that could damage the material.

  8. Duration of Use:
    Temporary or Permanent: Decide whether you want a temporary or permanent vehicle wrap. Temporary wraps are easier to remove, allowing for changes in design or the return to the original paint. Permanent wraps are more durable but may require professional removal

  9. Communication:
    Clear Communication: Clearly communicate your expectations and preferences with us to get your vehicle styled exactly like you want. Discuss any specific details, deadlines, or concerns you may have to ensure a smooth and satisfactory process.

Taking the time to consider these factors before wrapping your vehicle will help you make informed decisions, leading to a successful and visually appealing result.






Aftercare For Your Wrap






Proper aftercare is crucial to maintaining the appearance and longevity of a vinyl wrap on your vehicle. Here are some essential tips for caring for your vinyl-wrapped vehicle:

  1. Wait Before Washing:
    Initial Period: It's advisable to wait a certain period after the wrap installation before washing your vehicle. Follow the recommendations provided by the wrap installer, but a general guideline is to wait at least 24-48 hours.

  2. Hand Washing:
    Gentle Cleaning: Hand washing is the preferred method for cleaning a vinyl-wrapped vehicle. Use a mild detergent or a specially formulated vinyl wrap cleaner. Avoid high-pressure car washes, as the force may damage the edges of the wrap.

  3. Avoid Abrasive Materials:
    Soft Tools: Use a soft sponge or microfiber cloth for washing. Avoid abrasive brushes or materials that could scratch or damage the vinyl surface.

  4. No Waxing:
    Avoid Wax and Polish: Vinyl wraps do not require waxing or polishing. In fact, wax and certain polishing compounds can damage the vinyl. Stick to the recommended cleaning products provided by the wrap manufacturer or installer.

  5. Mind the Seams and Edges:
    Gentle Care: Pay extra attention to seams, edges, and corners during cleaning. Be gentle to avoid lifting or damaging the edges of the wrap.

  6. Remove Contaminants Promptly:
    Bird Droppings, Sap, and Bugs: Remove bird droppings, tree sap, or bugs promptly, as they can damage the wrap if left for an extended period. Use a gentle cleaner and avoid scraping or scrubbing aggressively.

  7. Avoid Harsh Chemicals:
    Choose Safe Cleaners: Use cleaners specifically designed for vinyl wraps or those recommended by the wrap manufacturer. Avoid harsh chemicals, solvents, and abrasive cleaners, as they can damage the vinyl.

  8. Protection from Sun and Weather:
    Garage Parking: Whenever possible, park your wrapped vehicle in a garage or shaded area to protect it from prolonged exposure to the sun. UV rays can cause the colors to fade over time.

  9. Careful Pressure Washing:
    Low Pressure: If using a pressure washer, keep the pressure at a low setting to avoid damaging the edges or lifting the vinyl. Maintain a safe distance from the vehicle during pressure washing. If you are using a higher pressure keep your angle between 90 and 60 degrees to avoid catching the edges and lifting them.

  10. Professional Inspection and Repair:
    Regular Checks: Periodically inspect the wrap for any signs of damage, lifting, or peeling. Address any issues promptly to prevent further damage. Professional repair may be necessary for significant damage. In our area a lot of grime can build up in wheel wells in the winter months. If you notice any lifting come in immediately and we be able to mitigate any problems going forward.

  11. Avoid Harsh Weather Conditions:
    We know we live in an area with some extreme weather changes but if you can try avoiding exposing the wrapped vehicle to extreme weather conditions for prolonged periods. Harsh conditions such as extreme heat, snow, or ice can affect the integrity of the wrap.

  12. Keep it Dry:
    Drying After Washing: After washing, use a clean microfiber cloth or chamois to dry the vehicle. Water spots left to air-dry can affect the appearance of the wrap.

Following these aftercare tips will help preserve the quality and appearance of your vinyl wrap, ensuring it remains vibrant and in good condition for an extended period. Always refer to the specific care instructions provided by the wrap manufacturer or installer for the best results.