How much does vehicle vinyl wrap cost?
The cost of a car wrap is entirely dependent on the size and model of the vehicle, as well as the sort of vinyl wrap you choose. Wrapping larger vehicles and those with more intricate curves is more expensive. Similarly, wrap finishes with a higher material cost, like as chrome, will be more expensive. Finally, when we wrap within the door jambs, vehicle wraps are more expensive.
With all of these considerations, the typical cost of a car wrap is usually between $3,000 and $3,500.
For a free consultation and pricing on your specific car wrap project, call 801-645-8429 or email email@example.com.
How long does it take to install car wraps?
It will take two to three days to install vinyl wraps. We will make every effort to fulfill your request as quickly as possible, especially if you provide us with a deadline.
Call Revolution Vinyl at 801-645-8429 and we'll provide you with an estimate.
Is it easy to maintain vehicle wraps?
Yes, it's easy to maintain vinyl wraps. You should just clean them regularly, like how you clean your car's factory paint.
Do vinyl wraps damage the paint of vehicles?
Vinyl wraps do more than just make your automobile look new; they also preserve the paint, especially when they're designed and installed by professionals. When you're ready to remove the vehicle vinyl wrap, it should peel off easily, leaving your factory paint in the same condition as when it was installed.
What happens if the car wraps get damaged?
If your vehicle's vinyl wraps are damaged, contact Revolution Vinyl and we'll schedule an appointment to inspect the situation and give you an estimate. In rare cases, our vinyl wrap experts may be able to replace a portion of the wraps, saving you money.
Is it easy to remove vinyl wraps?
If the vehicle has been wrapped with high-quality car wrap vinyl from 3M or Avery Dennison, the removal process is simple and easy. All that is required is a heat source, preferably a heat gun, competent workers, and a lot of patience.
Can you wrap vehicles with dents and dings?
While we can wrap over dents and dings, the damage will most likely show through the vinyl wrap. In actuality, because the car wrap sticks so well, hail damage and scrapes are just as noticeable as they would be without it.
It is therefore important to get any dents or paint cracks in your car repaired beforehand.
Is it possible to wash a wrapped vehicle in a carwash?
Yes, you can take your freshly wrapped car to an automated brushless car wash, but we recommend washing it by hand to avoid any undesirable outcomes. Brush vehicle washes can be overly harsh on the film, causing it to peel and deteriorate, as well as raised edges. If a car wash uses water spray instead of brushes, most wraps should be secure.
Can you buff a wrapped car?
Buffing a car wrap surface may appear to be harmless, but it is not. Revolution Vinyl recommends not buffing a wrapped car.
Do you wax a wrapped car?
We all want our cars to look their best, but in most situations, waxing vinyl graphics is unnecessary because they look fantastic without it. While applying a protective wax finish to paint can help protect it from the elements, it doesn't always help vinyl out. In fact, wax can harm the vinyl wrap.
Does wrapping a car void warranty?
No, the paint of your car is protected with a vinyl cover, which is also detachable. However, the warranty does not cover any losses caused by faulty installation.
Does wrapping a car decrease its value?
Putting a vinyl wrap on your car and then removing it will not lower the value of your car; in fact, a wrap may improve it because the vinyl protected your car’s factory paint from sun damage and contaminants for the entire time it was on.
Can you wrap a car yourself?
You can wrap a car yourself if you have the necessary time and patience, and are willing to spend some time learning the process. Otherwise, you may hire a vehicle wrap professional, which is probably the best option for avoiding any unnecessary blunders and ensuring that your car looks truly professional.
Is wrap better than paint?
While the quality of both paint and wraps varies depending on the type, vehicle wraps are generally of greater quality than paints. Vehicle wraps provide better aesthetics and protection than many paints because they don't fade as quickly and don't chip.