Frequently Asked Questions About Custom Wraps
Yes; we recommend professional removal. When you want to change your wrap or sell your car, the vinyl can be removed the same way it was applied.
What’s involved in a Vehicle Wrap?
Vehicle wraps, bus wraps and fleet wraps are comprised of three phases. The first is the design phase which is includes getting accurate measurements for the vehicle and actual design of the graphics to be applied. The second is the production phase where the graphics are printed and then laminated to protect the vinyl from abrasions and UV rays. The third phase is installation where the vinyl is actually applied to your vehicle.
What’s the difference between a partial wrap and a full wrap?
Anything less than a full wrap is normally called a “partial wrap." The nice thing about a partial wrap is that we can design your wrap to stay within your budget. call for details!
Will a Vehicle Wrap damage my paint?
In most cases vehicle wraps will not damage factory paint jobs. in fact it will protect your factory paint. It is important to talk with the staff at Pro DeZigns and pre-test your paint job prior to wrapping with vinyl. Paint in poor condition may fail when vinyl is removed.
How long will it take to wrap my vehicle?
Time to do wraps vary widely from project to project . However, in general vehicle wraps can be installed in 1 to 3 days.
If my vinyl vehicle wrap graphics are damaged, can they be fixed?
Yes. You can normally have the damaged pieces or panels of your vehicle wrap replaced after your vehicle is repaired. You also do not need to redo the entire wrap if the damage is limited to certain areas of the vehicle. Talk to the staff at Pro DeZigns for more information.
How can I justify the cost of a vehicle wrap?
If you are using your vehicle wrap as a marketing tool there is no more cost-effective advertising method available, and why not use your vehicle to its fullest potential to gain you business! It has been proven that the cost per impression of vehicle wraps is less than other forms of advertising such as billboards, television, radio and yellow pages and even newspapers.