1. What is a vehicle wrap?
A vehicle wrap is defined as a digitally printed self adhesive advertising that covers or "wraps" your vehicle; usually for advertising purposes.
2. Will it damage my vehicle's paint?
No. For the time that the vehicle is wrapped, the paint is actually protected from minor abrasions and some UV exposure.
3. Do you help design the vehicle wrap?
Yes. We can design the whole package, or we can work with or enhance your own artwork. Our trained wrap designers will consult with you to make sure that your vehicle wrap effectively displays your promotional idea.
4. How long do vehicle wraps last?
With proper care and maintenance, a vinyl wrap can last three to five years or longer. Perforated Window Vinyl can last one to two years. All of our materials are of the highest quality and will look great for years to come. We use American made products.
5. How do I take care of my vehicle wrap?
Hand washing is recommended. High pressure washers and harsh chemicals should be avoided. Many of our customers have occasionally used automated car washes and have reported no problems, but this practice should be used only occasionally.
6. When I sell the vehicle or turn in my lease, can the graphics be removed?
Yes. The graphics are manufactured with an adhesive that is easily removed with no damage to the paint. An average sized sedan can be stripped within two to three hours. You can contract The Graphics Team to remove the wrap, or you may choose to remove it yourself.
7. How are graphics put on the windows? Can you see through it?
This is called Printed Window Perforation Film; or "Window Perf". The vinyl is perforated with tiny holes that allow you to see through the adhesive side. From the inside of the vehicle, visibility is similar to regular window tint. Our Window Perf is laminated with an optical clear film that protects from color fading, abrasion and keeps dirt and water from getting into the perforation.
8. How much do vehicle wraps cost?
Many factors determine the wrap pricing. Size of vehicle, amount of graphics coverage, design time, and other elements are taken into consideration. Contoured vehicles and vehicles with lots of surface obstacles are more expensive. A Beetle or Hummer is more difficult than a boxy Scion or cargo van, for example.
Full car wraps are usually in the $2,000-3,000 range, with partial wraps priced from under $1,000. One of our representatives would be eager to discuss with you the details of your specific needs.
9. Why is a vehicle wrap a great marketing alternative?
For a relatively small initial investment, you will reach thousands of potential clients every day for years. Wraps get your message out 24 hours a day, even when the vehicle is parked. Traffic jams are actually turned into marketing sessions. A wrap can generate millions of impressions per year when strategically parked and driven on major roads.
10. How can I justify spending thousands on a wrap?
Let's assume your $2,500 wrap is seen by an average of 2,500 people per day. Over the course of 3 years, you have spent the equivalent of $16 a week to create over 2.5 million impressions! Marketing experts will tell you this is a very cost-effective way to reach the masses. It would be difficult to find a more effective means of reaching more potential clients for less money.