Die-cut vinyl decals are typically made from calendared media that is plotted (machine cut). After which, someone will install that media using a pre-mask. Door lettering or media that’s commonplace among utility vehicles, such as police cars, are traditionally die-cut vinyl.
A vehicle wrap usually involves digitally-printed cast media, which is then installed without a pre-mask. Commercial vehicle wraps are popular among small businesses that are looking for efficient ways to advertise. Have you seen a real-estate agent’s face plastered on the side of a car? Have you felt the cold chill from a printed blue hi-resolution ice cube on a refrigeration company’s truck? These are examples of vehicle wraps.
If a wrap is cared for well, it can last up to 7 years. Washing your car regularly, applying wrap after-care products and parking your vehicle indoors when you’re not using it are a few tips that will help you extend your wrap’s longevity.
Three factors dictate how a job is priced: the amount of material being used, the time required to design the art and the installation’s degree of difficulty. A commercial wrap for a standard sedan or SUV typically ranges from $2500 – $4000.
Color-change wraps are also priced based on these factors. Changing the color of a sedan or SUV typically costs $3250 – $5000. Prices for wrapping exotic vehicles vary. The time frame in which a customer needs a job completed can also affect the price. Customers should come in for an estimate as well properly schedule their job for the best possible price and experience.
We use Roland printers, which have their own color system. If you have a specific color you need to match, PMS color for example, we’ll match it using Roland’s color system library. Before sending jobs into production, we always let the customer proof our work.
We have a direct-to-garment printer in house, so printing one-off shirt designs is no issue! We do have a minimum order of $25.
The direct to garment printer works essentially like an inkjet printer. It prints ink onto the fabric and then we heat the ink into the fabric allowing it to stay there permanently. This way of transferring the image on to the fabric is light weight and has no texture on the fabric, with no peeling or cracking allowing the texture to remain consistent through the garment. DTG is ideal for photographs, full color process, and no minimums.
Screen printing is a printing technique where the image is broken down by color and passed through a screen with a squeegee. The colors are more vibrant because the ink lays on the shirt. This is an ideal process for bulk orders with fewer colors.
Embroidery is a custom process, we take your image and we digitize it into a DST file for the embroidery machines. It can then be sewn on hats, jackets, and polo’s to mention a few. We can even embroider your logo on bags or do puff embroidery for hats. This can be applied to almost any fabric or material. A set up digitizing fee applies to all first time orders.
Wrapping your vehicle is a great way to protect your original paint. Proper maintenance will protect your car’s paint for as long as your wrap endures. Its also a solid way to advertise anywhere you go! Vehicle wraps give you the biggest bang for your buck. The more you drive, the more visible your company is. Depending daily travel, your wrap can garner 30,000 to 70,000 views per day.
Most vehicle wraps will take 3 – 5 days for installation.
Our prices are determined by how much material a job requires as well as the brand of vinyl that is being used. Typicaly, we charge per linear foot of material or by square footage. Since our prices vary depending on brand, a customer representative will gladly walk your through our various pricing.
We are a local family-owned business who’ve been in operation for 25 years. We are certified by all major manufacturers and backed by the best wrappers in the business (Masters of Branding and Paint is Dead).
We are your one-stop shop for vehicle wraps, apparel and everything in between. Why drive around town to multiple vendors? We got you.