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How Much Does A Wrap Cost?​

Mar 23, 2020

How Much Does A Wrap Cost?​
We know that the first thing most people want to know when wrapping their commercial fleet or personal vehicle is how much is the investment?
As with most things, there is no one set cost, but we can give you the information you need to know when looking to get a wrap done to give you a better estimate.
In general, most wraps typically cost anywhere between $2000 - $5000 depending on a few factors:

1. Vehicle type

While we do have some pre-made templates for some vehicles currently on the market, our team still likes to follow our proven process to ensure your wrap is set up for success. From the initial consultation to completion, our team will walk you through the creation of a wrap for you or your business that both looks good and lasts long. Depending on what type of vehicle(s) you have, the time and cost of the project may vary. Some projects require a more complicated wrap pattern whereas others may be more simplistic. Our team will discuss all of these details and more during your initial consultation and throughout the project to keep you informed during the entire process.

2. Wrap Coverage

Obviously, the larger the project (and vehicle size) such as trucks, box trucks, etc. the larger the investment. No two wraps are treated the same and we treat each project as such. Some projects only require a partial vehicle wraps, instead of full coverage. Our team will properly assess your needs and provide advice based on your end goal in mind. We have experience in small, large and bulk wraps and are more than happy to help you find the coverage that fits your needs.

3. Art Work

Whether you already have a design created or if you need our team of design experts to create something completely from scratch, we are here to help. Keep in mind that with our combined years of experience, we have learned the ins and out of this process. With that being said, we often are approached by clients who have previously created artwork from design firms who may not be as well versed on where a wrap can be placed on a vehicle, etc. and it often requires a re-work, which could ultimately affect the amount of time and investment required for your project. For this reason, we usually recommend getting the design, printing, and installation all done in one place, such as by our team, to keep the process running as smoothly and cost-effectively as possible.

4. Vehicle color

Depending on whether the wrap design is a simple color or a full, complex design, this can also affect the cost. We can provide color swatches and suggestions when determining the scope of your project to help you bring your vision to life in a cost-effective manner.

5. Paint condition

Paint condition is one factor that most people don’t think of when considering wrapping a vehicle, but it can lead to major issues with the longevity of the wrap if not considered at the start of a project. In some cases, the paint could altogether make the vehicle ​un-wrappable​. What it comes down to is the stability of the paint. Some vehicles have paint that looks poor, but the condition is still considered stable enough to wrap over, while sometimes no matter what it looks like, the condition is unstable and there is a chemical issue with the substrate sticking to the product properly. In some cases, we will recommend a body shop paint correction if the vehicle is not in the proper condition to be wrapped. All of these details will be discussed thoroughly during our initial consultation to ensure you are set up for success.

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