FAQ

Here are some of the frequently asked questions we have heard about our products and services. If you have any questions left unanswered after viewing this page, please get in touch with us today!

After contacting our vehicle wrap division, we will set up a meeting with you to go over your design ideas. We then require a 50% deposit to begin your custom vehicle wrap design. After you approve the design, we will then print and install your vehicle wrap.

Wrap prices vary depending on how much of the vehicle will be wrapped. We can create anything from simple vinyl lettering to a full vehicle wrap. Our wrap division will help design graphics to meet any budget.

Either option is available. If your design has already been created, there is a setup fee to ensure the design is ready for printing. We can also create your design from scratch. Our vehicle wrap division will take your ideas and design a wrap that is perfect for you!

Yes, we would prefer the vehicle to be washed before you bring it in for the install. This way we can assure the wrap will be completed in the proper amount of time.

Our vehicle wraps and wall graphics are printed in-house on the best grade of 3M Controltac Vinyl. All graphics are thoroughly inspected and approved by our wrap division prior to the installation.

The installation is usually completed within one to three days. The exact time depends on the size of the vehicle, amount of wrap coverage, and the detail of the wrap. We give our customers a time frame of completion prior to starting the wrap installation.

Vehicle wraps are installed at our indoor, climate controlled facility. This way we have access to all of the equipment necessary to ensure a high quality install. In certain circumstances, we will travel to the customer for a wrap installation; travel fees may apply.

We recommend hand washing your vehicle with a non-abrasive sponge, soap and water. Do not high pressure wash the wrap, it could cause the vinyl to tear or seems to peel. Avoid using ice scrapers on the windows that have perforated vinyl.

Yes, we offer a Two Year Warranty. Our warranty covers bubbling and peeling issues.

Yes, the wrap can be removed from your vehicle. Removing the wrap will not cause damage to the paint, as long as the paint is in good condition. We do not recommend uninstalling the wrap yourself, as this could cause damage to the vehicle’s paint.

A wrap should not damage your vehicle’s paint. A wrap will actually help to protect and preserve the paint.

Yes, we use a special perforated vinyl on the rear windows. This vinyl allows you to be able to see out the windows while still maintaining the look of the wrap. Using the defrosters will not damage the window wrap.

We can update your graphics, phone numbers, websites, logos, etc. if your company information were to change. We will update the design then reprint and reinstall the new wrap panels. Standard charges will apply.

Yes, we do offer a discount for wrapping fleets of vehicles. Please contact us for details.

Advertising wraps can show minor areas of preexisting vehicle color. It mostly depends on the underlying color, if you’re getting a white vehicle wrap installed overtop of a bright blue, some of that blue can shine through. 

Any imperfections in the paint, or any damage to the vehicle, will cause issues. In most cases, we will not install vinyl on a vehicle with these preexisting conditions. The main reason for this is due to high likelihood of vinyl failure.

It’s not uncommon for there to be seams and patches on an advertising wrap. This is especially true in areas where two panels of the printed wrap are merging or areas with tight curves—like door handles, corners of the hood, fenders, bumpers, etc.

Yes, any inlays on the vehicle, door breaks, windows, badges, door handles etc… will create naturally breaks in the design, though they will be minimal.

While installers do the best to align designs, the design is broken up into separate panels. When those panels are installed on a vehicle it is possible for a design to not align perfectly from panel to panel, causing a minor misalignment. A misalignment of a ¼ inch is industry standard and viewed as acceptable.

There is the possibility for ripples, bubbles and imperfections in an advertising wrap. These imperfections are minimal and exist in areas such as door jambs, natural vehicle breaks, and inlays. These imperfections will not be noticeable from 6 feet away and will only be seen if you inspect the vehicle from close range.

There will be cuts on the vinyl that, when looked at from close range, will not be perfectly straight. That said, when looked at from 6 feet away will not be noticeable. This is considered acceptable within the industry.

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