Wraps vs Paint
Half the Cost. Countless Options. Easy Maintenance.
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Many people find themselves wondering, “Should I wrap my car instead of painting it?” While a paint job can range from $3,000-$10,000 or more, a vehicle wrap can cost half that, depending on the the material and extent of the project. Partial vehicle wraps as roofs, hoods, chrome trim blackouts and other accents, are also a great way to get started getting wrapped.
There are many benefits that a paint job cannot offer, paint quality can vary, and you can't get custom graphics painted on your car easily or cheaply. Professionally installed vehicle wraps will give your vehicle with a fantastic finish, increase the resale value and make you feel on top of the world!
Wrap Gives More Options
There are countless options available for a vehicle wrap. Our artists can do anything from life-sized photos to text so big that no one will miss it. Painting the vehicle will be limited to color, and small details turn into big price tags.
Shorter Installation Time
Most vehicle wraps take less than 48 hours to install. Having a vehicle painted can take up to two weeks. Even the most complex graphics with dozens of colors can be rolling down the boulevard this weekend.
Vehicle wraps are easy to keep looking new with just soap and water. No more "wax on, wax off".
Easy Removal & Changes
Removing a vehicle wrap is quick and easy, in case you get bored with your choice. Change your colors, go carbon fiber, or put a new graphic on your ride that turns heads. Commercial vehicles can be re-purposed without expensive painting costs, or resold with the original finish as new as the day it was first wrapped.
When You Should Paint
There are times when you must paint instead of wrapping. If the paint is pitted, body rusted, or uneven in any way, it will 'bleed' imperfections through the wrap. For optimal performance the underlying surface must be clean, debris free and smooth.