A description of the materials used and different types of vehicle wraps available.
Advertising with vehicle wraps
In advertising, a companies main goal is to effectively convey their product or service is to its audience. Advertising/ vehicle wraps can help you achieve this task with high impact graphics and a better return on your investment than other traditional forms of advertising.
High quality materials used
We work with 3M, Avery and Arlon materials that can help you deliver not only the best visual impact, but also a wrap that will last.
Using these consumer friendly materials will also allow you to receive a warranty on the material. Warranty terms vary depending on the surface, material used and the geographic location of the vehicle.
Wrap films such as 3M IJ180Cv3 wraps are highly recommended and considered a preimum wrap.
Color change vehicle wraps
If you are looking to customize your ride or change it up for an event, either for personal or professional use, then color change wraps may be the right choice for you. Whether it's long-term or short-term, these wraps are a great alternative to a custom paint job. A good quality wrap vinyl will protect the integrity of the factory paint underneath it, hence making it the perfect choice for a vehicle that might be leased or intended for resale at a later date.
Look to 3M, Hexis and Avery materials for a wide variety of available colors and even textures, The most highly recommended material for color change wraps is 3M Wrap Film Series 1080. Color change vehicle wraps are in many cases less expensive than a custom paint job. They are also relatively easier to maintain and repair, since each vehicle panel is wrapped individually.
More than just vehicle wraps
We also print and install vinyl for walls and commercial advertisment purposes such as mall, stores, window treatments etc.
We also print on banner and back lit materials for light boxes. Give us a call for some of the most
competitive pricing available.
One of the biggest reasons why a graphic install fails, or needs to be reprinted is due to improper considerations during the evaluation process of a given job. The best way to evaluate any installation is to have individuals with exerience using different substrates, who know how to take correct measurements. This is an area where one should not cut corners, we can help.
We can manage or provide assistance to your next graphic install.