What is a Vehicle Wrap?

 

If you own a business, a vehicle wrap is a great way to advertise to the masses. Think of a vehicle wrap as a full-color mobile billboard. However, a wrap doesn’t have to only be on vehicles. Wraps can also be on walls, floors or just about any surface. Our clients have had everything wrapped from fleets of vehicles to entire lobbies. 

 

F.A.Q.’s:

Q. Do you need a full wrap, a partial wrap or decals?

The difference in cost between a wrap and vinyl cut lettering can be substantial. Before making a decision on a full wrap think about what you want to accomplish and whether strategically placed decals would do what you want and need.

Q. How long will my vehicle wrap last?

A. That depends on the application. If you are doing the inside walls of your business, the wrap could be good indefinitely, depending of sun exposure. Typical vehicle wraps are good for 3+ years. Floor wraps in high-traffic areas don’t last quite so long because of all the traffic!

Q. How can I justify the cost of a vehicle wrap?

A. There is no more cost-effective advertising method available than wraps. As an example, the cost per impression of a vehicle wrap is significantly less than television, radio, billboards and yellow pages. In addition, your wrap is working to promote your business 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Q. What is involved in a vehicle wrap?

A. All wraps involve three phases. First, Pinnacle SIGNworks will get the appropriate measurements and do a design per your specifications. Second, the graphics will be printed and laminated to protect from abrasion and UV rays. Third, the wrap will be installed on your vehicle, wall or floor.

Q. How long will it take to do my vehicle wrap?

A. This depends on the job. A vehicle, for example, can be wrapped in a day or two.

Q. How much will my vehicle wrap cost?

A. This also depends on the job, how much we are wrapping. Wrapping one truck or trailer will cost more than if you are wrapping a fleet of vehicles. 

 

 

 

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