Wraps come in all different shapes & sizes. Wraps start as large sheets of adhesive backed vinyl film designed specifically for vehicle application made available in a variety of styles & finishes. Some wraps are a full colour change in matte, satin or gloss finishes, as well as chrome, carbon fibre and others. Vehicle wraps can also consist of printed designs containing imagery, photos, graphics, or branded elements to represent your business, or as “accents” on vehicle features like trim, spoilers, hoods, roofs, and bonnets. Truly, the possibilities are endless; recent advancements in vinyl production technology has also opened up the possibilities for textured vehicle wraps like leather, alligator, snake skin, or holographic & 3D films!
Every vehicle & application is different, so price really depends on the scope of your vehicle wrap project. A complete wrap includes door jambs, inner door frames, and sills — this level of vehicle coverage is recommended for those who desire a full color change, and is obviously the most costly. Partial wraps without jambs, frames, and sills are cheaper, but ultimately will not have the same illusion as full coverage applications. Contact us for a no obligation quote.
No, but improper installation or removal can! A bad install means your vehicle’s paint might get damaged from razor blade scratches, and poor adhesion that ultimately leads to wrap failure. Also, if the wrong type of film is used during the application like a sign vinyl with extra strength adhesive or low flexibility, it can strip your paint and cause serious damage if & when it is not removed with care!
Wrap life span really depends on how well the film is cared for, how much day to day stress the wrap gets from road driving, and what quality of film was used to do the installation. Some films last longer than others, and the thicker they are the more damage they can take. We’ve wrapped vehicles that see plenty of road & track time, and their films have survived more than 5 years without needing parts re-installed or failing entirely.
Most definitely. The wrapping can be easily removed without any effect to the paintwork so that when you want to sell your vehicle you can simply restore it to its original colour without losing value.
Proper wrap care starts with the basics. Keeping your vehicle’s surface clean is the primary concern, so frequent hand washing to eliminate surface contaminates is necessary if you want to keep your wrap from getting stained or damaged from road grime.
The vinyl will protect your paintwork from scratches and stone chips thereby reducing the decrease in value of your vehicle.
In most cases, yes. It is important that you advise your insurance company that you have had your vehicle part/fully wrapped. This way should you be in the unfortunate position of having an accident or need to claim on your insurance company then they are aware of the costs and materials that will need to be replaced.
Printed, branded, and customised vehicle wraps are something we specialise in. If you already have a design mocked up and simply need to get film printed and applied, or you want us to take it all the way from concept to completion, we would be glad to assist in bringing your personal or company fleet vehicles up to spec.