How it Works

What is a Wrap?

A wrap is a process where pressure sensitive, high quality vinyl in almost any texture/color/design is adhered to a vehicles prepped surface. Wraps are the newest, highly innovative way to customize your vehicle for a fraction of the cost of paint. Wraps can also be applied to boats, motorcycles, planes and even home accessories such as laptops, cellphones, appliances walls.

Is a Wrap Permanent?

High quality wraps are very durable to all weather conditions and generally last 7-10 years. Most people don’t own their cars for that long so wrapping is a huge benefit as it saves the factory paint and can be removed before trade in for a much higher value, which makes it pay for itself and even more while driving a vehicle with an exotic looking color/pattern!!

Benefits of a Wrap:

  • Does NOT devalue the resell value of your car like a paint job does.
  • Vinyl car wraps protect your OEM paint and are 100% removable.
  • Warranties and/or lease agreements remain valid. Painting can void warranties, increase the cost of insurance, and is not even an option with a lease
  • Cost for a vinyl vehicle wrap is considerably less than a comparable paint job.
  • Vinyl car wraps wear as well as, or better than paint – when properly cared for. Think of it like a skin for your laptop or a silicon cover for your phone.  The vinyl can take a beating protecting the vehicle’s paint underneath.
  • Vinyl car wraps come in any color, even custom, and can have a matte, semi-gloss, gloss, brushed steel, carbon fiber, metallic flake, matte metallic, chrome and even leather-like finishes.
  • Expensive, color-matching paint fees are unnecessary for scratches or accident vehicles; just re-wrap the section that needs repair.
  • It’s difficult to tell it’s not paint. Due to our paint wrapping technique, it literally looks like it was sprayed on.
  • Affordably customize parts of your car.  You don’t have to wrap your entire car;  just your hood, roof, mirrors, stripes, etc.
  • Matte-paint jobs can be brittle and chip easily while vinyls are more durable and harder to scratch. In the event that repairs are needed, the part that was damaged can be easily replaced, providing a perfect match.
  • Hides dings or scratches and “freshens” the look of your vehicle.