Things to consider for a better understanding of vehicle wraps

Whether your getting business graphics or a complete color change on your personal vehicle, there are things to consider for every wrap. Let us help you understand the most important things to consider for your next project with us.

Business Graphics

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Business graphics are a fantastic way to advertise your business. With the best marketing ROI and CPM, vinyl graphics are a great investment. There are a number of important things to consider when it comes to planning to put graphics on a business vehicle. Here are some things to consider:

-Things you would like to include in the wrap. Important things like logo, website, phone number, list of services, email address etc.
-Your style. Is it a partial wrap, full wrap or just a logo and phone number on the doors. How flashy or subtle the graphics are is up to you.

-Your type of vehicle. Is it a box truck, pick-up, van or car. Work vans like Transit or Promasters have a lot of different configuration of vehicle sizes and window placements.

-Design. How you would want it to look. Understanding company colors, have the correct logo and fonts.

-Your ideal budget. See our blog here to understand more about cost


Color Change Wrap

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Color change wraps are relatively new to the automotive customization industry. Wrapping is generally cheaper than getting a new paint job and when it comes to custom designs it is significantly cheaper to design a wrap. And the best part about wraps is if you ever want to go back to its original color, the wrap can be peeled with no damage to the existing paint. Wraps can protect the original paint from fading, scratches and rock chips. If you are considering getting a color change wrap on your vehicle, here are some things to consider:

-Are you looking for a luxury or vanity wrap. (more information below)
-The color of your vehicle now vs. the color you want to wrap it. Because wrapping a vehicle is primarily wrapping the outer shell, things like under the hood, inside the trunk and the door jams will still be the factory color. This is important to keep in mind that at times some of the original color may still show.

-What material you want to wrap it. Regular colors or matte finishes are on the cheaper end. There are higher end materials like color shifting, carbon fiber, reflective and chrome finishes that are more expensive.

-Having an understanding of the budget for a wrap. On the lower end a wrap can be as low as $2,500 to a high as $10,000 depending mostly on the vehicle size and materials.

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Vanity wraps are a great option for keeping the wrap within a budget. For this wrap we do not remove door handles. This creates a small seam around the recess behind the handle. To most customers this is not a big deal.Unless you are right next to the vehicle inspecting it, you would not notice it. Driving down the road it would look like that is just the color of the car. Vanity wraps are certainly a quality product that accomplishes the goal of completely changing the look of the color of the vehicle.

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Luxury wraps are much more intensive. We do remove door handles and things like bumpers to ensure the wrap is as seamless as possible. This creates more of a "paint" like look even up close. This is a great option for someone who brings their vehicle to car shows or someone who is looking for a wrap that is seamless. Because the labor is more intensive, luxury wraps are more expensive than vanity wraps.