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A vehicle wrap is a graphic or solid colored vinyl that covers and protects your vehicle, usually to change the appearance in some way. Whether promoting a brand or business, or customizing your vehicle for personal reasons, a vehicle wrap is removable and protective. With the help of our custom design services, you can bring your project to reality. Go ahead, ask us about your project.
Vehicle graphics are priced by square foot with adjustments for difficulty (time involved). Each project is unique, but to get an idea, a full wrap on a mid-sized car will average about $2500 to $3500. If you want an accurate quote on your specific vehicle, please fill out our quote request form or contact us and we’ll be happy to help. We’re not always the cheapest option, but you definitely get what you pay for in the wrap industry. Our years of experience sets us apart from our competitors. We encourage you to stop by the shop and check out what we can do for you.
WrapBros is located in Fresno, CA. Check out our contact page for directions and contact information.
We have done a wide range of projects, but to give you an idea, here’s a list of what we typically wrap:
If you’re not sure, please give us a call or send us a picture and let us know what your project is.
Generally a wrap will stay in good condition for 3-5 years if it’s properly maintained. The vehicle vinyl we use is designed to last 5-7 years on vertical surfaces. Washing your vehicle on a regular basis and avoiding pressure washing and car washes with jets will help maintain the integrity of the wrap.
Vehicle graphics are designed to be removable. The time and effort involved in removal will vary based on how long it has been installed and what condition it’s in. We recommend use of a heat gun, blow torch, or steamer to heat up the vinyl and release the adhesive. If you don’t feel comfortable doing it yourself you can ask us about where to go to have it professionally removed.
A vehicle wrap actually protects the paint underneath it from UV rays and weather-related damage as well as minor scratches. While inexperienced installers may cut into the paint of your vehicle while installing, usually unknown to the owner until the wrap is removed, we follow best practices and years of experience installing to avoid damaging vehicles.
Vehicle vinyl is typically very thin and while it protects from small scratches and small rocks, larger rocks and gravel can definitely cut through the vinyl. It does minimize damage you may have had without the vinyl on, but if you really want to protect your vehicle from rock chips we recommend getting paint protection installed first.
One of the many benefits to vehicle wraps is the fact that if you get into an accident, you can replace individual panels and not worry about having to re-wrap the whole thing. Most insurance companies will actually pay for the vehicle wrap replacement panels also, but make sure to check with them first.
A full wrap on a vehicle will typically take 3-5 days. We book full wraps for Monday through Friday to make sure there ample time to prep, install, and inspect each wrap we do. Because we warranty our installs for the first 3 years (for bubbles and peeling edges), we also require our full wrap customers to bring the vehicle back after 30 days to assess and fix any issues (which are rare, but best dealt with promptly).
We warranty our land vehicle wraps for 3 years for bubbles and peeling. Color change full wraps are required to come back for a 30 day checkup to inspect the vehicle in order to maintain the warranty. This allows us to be sure the wrap was installed properly and will last. If any of our customers see vinyl pulling off or bubbling, we recommend they contact us right away to get it repaired. We don’t warranty vehicles washed with pressurized water, as it is known to remove vinyl and all instructions must be followed to maintain your warranty. Rock chips are also not covered under warranty, we recommend you get paint protection installed to prevent rock chips from damaging your paint.
All down payments and design fees are non-refundable. You will not be charged any additional cancellation fees if you cancel before dropping off your vehicle, but you will not be refunded any down payment or design fees you have already paid.
If you have failing paint for any reason, we will need you to bring it in to inspect it to let you know if it’s something we can work with. Vinyl wraps are fairly thin and conform to whatever they are on. As such, anything you can feel with your hand will be visible when covered with vinyl. If paint is peeling off it becomes very difficult to work with. The paint will come off and stick to the adhesive, ruining the panel and making the vehicle unwrappable until it has been sanded down smooth.