Vehicle wraps are hi-performance vinyl coverings that are applied directly to your vehicle. They can often be mistaken for custom paint jobs.
Surveys conducted have proven that, in a large metropolitan area like Phoenix, a wrapped vehicle can generate between 30,000 and 70,000 impressions daily. Drive it to and from work and park it in high visibility areas to maximize your advertising dollars. Fleet vehicle advertising boosts name recognition 15 times greater than any other form of advertising.
No, vehicle wraps are not translucent; you will not be able to see through them. If you are doing a partial wrap our designers can work with you to make sure the vehicle color works with the design.
Generally, window wraps are printed on a perforated vinyl that allows you to see through the rear and side rear windows. Some clients opt for covering their windows with regular vinyl for privacy purposes.
No, but we do accept major credit cards.
Call our office to schedule your vehicle wrap consultation or click here
to request a quote. We require a 50% deposit prior to proceeding to production.
No. A vehicle wrap, when applied and removed correctly by a professional installer, does not damage your car’s paint. The materials we use are formulated with removable adhesive that will not harm your car’s paint. In fact, many people find that wrapping their vehicle can assist in keeping a higher resale value on the vehicle due to the protective benefits of the wrap.
Certainly. You can wash it just like you did before it was wrapped, but it is not recommended that you use wax. We recommend brushless car washes.
Yes, we keep all our production files handy and we can easily replace the damaged pieces or panels of your wrap.
A permanent vehicle wrap is guaranteed not to fade, crack or peel for 36 months on vertical surfaces and 12 months on horizontal surfaces.
Yes. All vehicles must be washed thoroughly and free of wax, oil, and armor-all type products. Our installation team will examine the vehicles surface prior to installation to ensure it meets our standards. Any vehicle that isn’t to our standards will be addressed accordingly. This may subject the project to delays and additionals costs.
A: Combine the total that you or your company spends on advertising each year and compare those costs to the cost of a vehicle wrap. Factor in that a wrap lasts between 2-5 years and, within that time, will be seen by millions. In addition, there are no monthly fees, maintenance or renewal charges. You buy it, you own it!
Some vehicles the roof is included in our quote. Generally roofs are not wrapped (vans, trucks or SUVs), unless it is requested by the customer.
Yes. We will not print anything until you are completely satisfied with your design and have physically approved the design and color proof.
A painted plastic bumper can be wrapped without any problems. In the case of fiber-glass, un-painted plastic, rubber or chrome bumpers, application of vinyl on these areas are not recommended or guaranteed to adhere for the duration of the life of the wrap.
This is not a problem. We can print and install graphic overlays, so that information may be removed or replaced if you need to change or update your car wrap.
We have been wrapping vehicles for nearly 20 years with a sum total over eight thousand!
Aside from the technical hurdles of creating an effective vehicle wrap – the most crucial part of a vehicle wrap is the design.
In custom wrap applications we do what is necessary to make the wrap look perfect. Because mirrors have tight compound curves, seaming is required. In non-custom wrap applications the mirrors are not typically wrapped or quoted because of the cost.
Environmental Graphics FAQ
Environmental graphic design uses visual aspects to embrace interior and exterior spaces and uses multiple design disciplines to transform them into unique environments that communicate a message. Simply put, environmental graphic design creates environments for visitors.
Environmental graphics can consist of: Wall graphics, Floor/Ground Graphics, Window Graphics, Building Wraps,and P.O.P displays. [/toggle
There are no size minimums or maximums. We can produce graphics to any scale.
Wall murals are large, scenic graphics applied to the wall much like wallpaper. Murals consist of panels. Murals are typically applied much like traditional wallpaper, with wallpaper paste. In some scenarios where the mural is to be removed, an adhesive backed vinyl can be used.
Yes! This is one of our favorite substrates to install on. We have materials that can be worked into the nooks and crannies of brick. The end result is impressive and is often mistaken for a custom painted mural.
Yes! We laminate our floor graphics with slip resistant textures that ensure a long wear as well as slip resistance.
Store front windows are a very popular choice for adding a billboard to your building. We can install a see through vinyl so you and your customers can still see out!
Artwork Submitting / Requirements FAQ
Acceptable Formats : EPS (Encapsulated Post Script), AI (Adobe Illustrator), PDF (Adobe PDF), PSD (Adobe Photoshop), JPG (High Resolution JPEG), TIFF (High Resolution TIFF). When submitting these files be sure to convert all fonts to outlines or curves.
Vector Files : Line art is scalable to any size, it never loses resolution and the image stays clean and crisp. Because of this, it can be submitted at any size that is in proportion to your final print size.
Raster Files/Images : Depending on the resolution and pixel base, images like PSD, JPG, TIFF becomes blurry when enlarged. If submitting these files please follow the guidelines below:
- 100% scale (full size output) at 100 dpi
- 50% scale at 200 dpi or higher
- 25% scale at 300 dpi or higher
- 10% scale at 600-1200 dpi recommended
Small Format Printing : 1/8″ total bleed. Example: a 3.5″ x 2″ final print size should be setup to 3.625″ x 2.125″.
Large Format Prints (Walls, Windows Etc) : 4″ total Bleed. Example 120″ x 96″ final print size should be setup to 124″ x 100″
Banner Prints : Banners that don’t require hemming or pole pockets can be setup to size without bleed. See below for other requirements.
- Banners that require a pole pocket generally require 8″ of total bleed.
- Banners that require the edges to be hemmed will need to add 2 inches of total size. (1″ fold and hem)
If you are submitting vector files, please ensure the fonts are made into outlines. If you submit raster images you do not have to worry about fonts.
Our printers are calibrated accurately to print the right colors. Our products are printed in CMYK and we will make every effort to match the color of your design. In rare cases some colors might have some variation. This will not be considered production error. We will not issue refunds, nor accept returns for misunderstandings due to color, depth or tone. We are not responsible for differences, either real or perceived, between the appearance of the product on your screen and the final printed piece. We will address this situation case to case basis. Please make sure to inform special instruction if you are very specific on a certain color.
Note: It may be advisable to request a color sample prior to completing a full run of prints.
To achieve a high quality print, you must use high quality images. Stock photography services may be used to purchase high resolution images if professional photography isn’t an option.