You can check our general pricing examples below to get an idea of how much your wrap would be. Every job is different, so it is
very difficult to give a quote by phone. You are welcome to come by anytime during our business hours for a more accurate quote. Phone quotes will not be honored. If you feel that a complete wrap is not within your budget we have other options for you as well.
Because we use the best material in the industry, you should get 5+ years out of our vehicle graphics. The Texas sun is a beast, so your care and overall treatment will have an impact on the longevity of your graphics.
Yes! Wraps can normally be removed without damage, however, there are special circumstances. Our installers can discuss the different scenarios with you.
Avoid high-pressure washers, which could cause lifting at the edges and causing the wrap to fail prematurely. We suggest either hand washing or using a brushless car wash. Waxing is recommended to improve the look and durability of your wrap, with exception of matte finishes. Make sure the wax does not contain any Carnauba (Palm wax) as this type is not compatible with vinyl.
Window graphics can be printed on a special perforated vinyl that will allow the driver and passengers to see through the window. Graphics are only allowed to be applied to the rear and rear side windows.
In most cases, the price is comparable. Vinyl has advantages such as preserving factory paint, textured options, easy removal, and repair.
Unfortunately, no. Most colors and finishes are likely to amplify the problem area. The thin cast vinyl used for vehicle wraps adheres to the paint, therefore if your paint is peeling, the wrap will peel. Deep scratches and hail damage will also show with a vehicle wrap.
Normally 1-3 days, depending on how much coverage and the complexity of the install.