Some of our most frequently asked questions.


How much do vehicle wraps cost?

Every vehicle & application is different, so price really depends on the scope of your vehicle wrap project and design time, and will vary depending on the vehicle type, surface complexity, what needs to be removed (bumpers, rivets, door handles, mirrors etc.) and film used.

For a precise quote, you must schedule an appointment with one of our designers. The vehicle (or wall) will also need to be seen and measured prior to receiving a quote.

For a general idea on wrap cost, some average prices are listed below. Keep in mind that we can work with any budget, we can wrap it completely or just a partial wrap. Stop by or give us a call and let's work with your budget in mind.

Average:

Full print wrap on SUV: $4000

Full color-change wrap on full size car: $3000

Boat wraps: $3800

Wall wraps: $1500-$5000

Sled Wrap kits: $800


Does a vehicle wrap damage your paint?

No. On factory or properly prepped and painted vehicles..... but improper installation or removal can! A bad install means your vehicle’s paint might get damaged from razor blade scratches, and poor adhesion that ultimately leads to wrap failure. We never let a blade touch your paint.
In fact, not only will a wrap not damage the painted surface of your vehicle, if the paint is factory paint, the wrap will protect that surface and preserve the quality of the paint underneath. ... If removed correctly, the vinyl won't leave any residue, or peel any paint or clear coat with it.

Why are your prices higher than some others?

As the age old saying goes, "You get what you pay for." Our prices reflect the quality of work that goes into each installation, and our installs are incredibly thorough & time consuming. Speedy & cheap installs typically lead to cars being damaged from razor blade scratches, films not being properly applied or given enough time to breathe, over stretched vinyl and ultimately a shorter life span for the wrap.

Our installers have been wrap certified, have studied with the best installers in the world, and gone through hours upon hours of training. Joe has been in the custom car world since 1994 and his work has been featured in many magazines such as: Lowrider Magazine, Lowrider Euro, Street Customs Magazine, Success Magazine, Truucha, and Cali Swingn.

We have the tools and the knowledge to give you the best cleanest look that will last and give the best representation of your business as possible.


Does my vehicle need to be clean before I can wrap it?

Most definitely. Dirt and contaminants on your exterior would be trapped under the film, causing greater harm to your paint and eventually causing the wrap to fail.
We go thru a lengthy process to clean the paint, door jams, under body, under lights and handles. Please keep in mind that if an excessively dirty vehicle is brought to us, there will be additional cleaning charges.

How long does a vehicle wrap last?

Wrap life span really depends on how well the film is cared for, how much day to day stress the wrap gets from road driving, and how well you keep the wrap clean and free of road debris.
Some films last longer than others, and the thicker they are the more damage they can take. We’ve wrapped vehicles that see plenty of road time, from harsh sun conditions in Florida to brutal winters of northern Maine, and their films have survived more that 5 years without needing parts re-installed or failing entirely.

Do you have a minimum order quantity on embroidery?

No. We can do just embroider one item, or thousands, but the more you buy, the better your pricing gets.

What if I don't have a logo yet?

We can handle any design needs and offer a range of solutions to design a corporate identity, or just draw whatever is in your head.

What are the payments terms? 

Everything we do is custom or unique to you or your business and not resellable to anyone but you.
We require a 50% deposit on all orders and payment in full upon completion.
We accept good 'ole cash, check and all major credit cards.

Can I bring my own garments in for embroidery and printing? 

Yes. However, quite often we can save you money by purchasing the product for you because of our volume discount with several vendors.
We incur the cost of any damages that may be done to products that we order in-house, however, we cannot guarantee any loss to damages on items that our customers bring in to us. We take great care in your garments, but ultimately, these are machines that sew, and sometimes, but not often, can break and damage a garment during the production process.

Is there a minimum order for Screen Printing?

Yes, the screen printing process is labor intensive, due to the setup and break down, which is why we require a 30 garment minimum for all screen printed jobs. You can mix and match garments and sizes (shirts, hoodies, etc.) as long as the ink color stays the same.
If you need less than 30 items, we have other processes that are similar to screen printing that can meet your needs.

What colors are available for screen printing?

We have many colors in stock, but are not limited to them.
We have a Pantone® color mix system and can custom mix any color to closely match your company brand or logo.

How fast can I get my screen print job back to me?

We work on a production lineup schedule, on a first-come first-serve basis. Your order will not enter the production lineup until we get an approval on your design. After that, it goes straight into the production lineup.
Depending on time of year, you can typically expect 10 business days after design approval for the completion of your job.
Please check with us on current production time if you have a deadline, as we have rush slots available, but those tend to fill rather quickly.