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  • What is a wrap?
    A wrap is an adhesive-backed vinyl covering or large sticker that wraps around portions of a vehicle, boat, aircraft, wall, refrigerator, or just about any other smooth surface. At Wraphx, we offer boat wraps, vehicle wraps, and much more. Call us today for details.
  • Who uses wraps?
    Wraps are used by all types of businesses that have vehicles, signs, or even buildings they want to advertise on. These days, wraps are also being used as an alternative to painting vehicles. This is known as a paint replacement or color change service. There are several benefits of choosing vehicle wraps over paint. For one, it’s not permanent, so when you’re tired of the color or turning in your lease, simply remove it. In addition, it protects the original OEM paint from sun damage, scratches, and wear and tear.
  • Why should I wrap my vehicle?
    Wraps are the most inexpensive form of advertising! You already paid for the vehicles (or boat or building,) and you're already driving it around, so it'll cost you less per impression than any other form of advertising. Plus, vehicle wraps protect the original paint underneath.
  • How much do vehicle wraps cost?
    As with any form, advertising isn’t cheap, but it is the most cost-effective form of outdoor advertising on the market today. You just can’t beat them! If you fill out our estimate form, we'll send you a free quote. Whether you're inquiring about a vehicle wrap for personal use or your business, we've got you covered. We offer discounts for fleet vehicles when you bring in more than one vehicle to wrap. Call us today to find out more!
  • Will a vehicle wrap damage my car's paint upon removal?
    No. In fact, it'll protect your vehicle's painted surfaces. Usually, the only time a vehicle’s paint may be affected is in the case of a repaint job and/or a damaged clear coat. The majority of our vehicle wraps won't affect a factory-painted vehicle surface when removed. That said, we recommend that you bring your vehicle back to us to remove your wrap. Our installers are experts at uninstalling wraps with special materials.
  • How long will a vehicle wrap last?
    You can expect your vehicle wraps to last between three and five years or longer, provided you're mindful about caring for the wrap. Avoid power washing services and automatic car washes! Did you know that, according to Best Boat Report, a boat wrap can last for between five and seven years in saltwater, depending on factors like the quality of the vinyl, the installation, and maintenance? To learn more about maintaining your wrap, contact our team today.
  • Do you offer any kind of warranty?
    We offer a one-year limited warranty on our commercial vehicle wraps for material applied to OEM, factory-painted surfaces along with a one-year limited warranty for material applied to window surfaces. We'll fix and/or correct any pops and or lifts of the material from a seam, wheel well, corner, recess, or edge. NOTE: We DO NOT offer any warranties whatsoever on vehicles that have been repainted or repaired in any way, shape, or form, nor on any surfaces that have damaged clear coats. No exceptions!
  • How do I care for my wrap?
    Handwashing is best. Avoid high-pressure washes and be careful never to use an ice-scraper on any wrapped or window perf surfaces. Sweeping off windows with a soft broom or brush, or using your rear defroster shouldn't cause damage to your vehicle wraps.
  • What is a partial wrap and what is the difference between a 1/2 wrap and a 3/4 wrap?
    A partial wrap covers only some of the vehicle, so a 1/2 wrap might include the entire rear of the vehicle and 1/2 way up the vehicle, and/or a hood logo. A 3/4 vehicle wrap might include the entire rear of a vehicle and 3/4 way up the vehicle, and perhaps a hood logo. Typically, a full wrap includes the entire surface of the vehicle with or without the roof, depending on the vehicle and the client’s wishes. Contact Designer Wraps for some design options and a free consultation.
  • What is the approximate time frame expected for installation once the design is approved?
    From the time that the design is completed and approved by the client, a wrap can be printed and installed within 10 days. We like to keep the vehicle for at least two or three days depending on the vehicle type for installation. Please note that some vehicles and services will require a longer installation time. For instance, color changes require a minimum of five business days and might take as long as 10 depending on the job specifications. We'll let you know ahead of time how long it should take for scheduling purposes. Wholesale vehicle wrap printing can differ, so don't hesitate to reach out for details.

Have a wrap-related question? We have the answer. Check out these FAQs and give us a call today for more information!

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