Color change Wraps

Estimates

We use High Quality authentic cast wrap vinyl from 3M, Avery & Orafol

Life expectancy of 3-5 years
Installation takes about 3-5 business days

Vehicle wrap estimate vary based on Bumper complex, Spoiler, Antenna, Body Kits, Hood Scoop, Fender Flares, Sun Roof, Camper Shell, Vehicle Disassembly and Rush order. 

Prices Start at:
Motorcycle/Atv/Cart  $650-$1500
SM 2-dr Coupe $1600
REG 4-dr Coupe $1800
XL Coupe $1900
SM Sedan $2000
REG Sedan $2100
XL Sedan $2300
SM SUV/WGN $2400
REG SUV/WGN $2500
XL SUV/WGN/ $2800
Single Cab Pickup Trucks (No Bed) $2900
Compact Pickup Trucks (No Bed) $2400
Double Cab Trucks (No Bed) $3300

“Why should I wrap my car?” 

Protection: Every covered inch of your vehicle in vinyl is protecting your factory paint from all natural hazards and weathering, and not be affected by prolonged sun exposure. Vehicle wrap vinyl is a very durable ~3mill thick material and will act as a shield. Say goodbye to stone chips, abrasion, and other natural hazards!

Cost: A high quality paint job can range from $3,000-$10,000+ depending on the color, paint shop, and quality of the paints. Professionally installed films with the highest quality materials can cost $1,600-$5,000+ and will have a life expectancy of 3-5 years vinyl depending on how well you take care of it.. For a fraction of the cost of paint, one can choose to wrap their vehicle for as long or little as one desires.

Resale Value: Being able to maintain the manufacturer's original paint will keep the resale value intact from a devalued aftermarket paint job. If your company or preference is for instance a bright exotic color, it may not be your potential buyers favorite color. Having the option to keep your vehicle's original factory color will allow you to keep your resale value intact.

Installation Time: When choosing to paint your vehicle you are allowing yourself to be without transportation for up to two weeks or longer. When it comes to wrapping a vehicle, we can have your car fully transformed within 3-5 days and ready to be picked back up. Don’t leave yourself stranded, wrap it!

Long Lasting, Safe Removal: High quality vinyls ensure a long lasting product that can also be safely removed. A wraps life is highly affected by how long it is left outside in the sun causing it to fade quicker. Keeping your vehicle in the garage will allow you to maximize your wraps life to the fullest extent. The vehicle wrap may be removed safely between the 3-5 year period and will NOT affect your current paint.

Why not to wrap?
"This is not an alternative fix if your vehicle needs a new paint job." We are not a body shop, we do not fix the paint or body of your vehicle. Rust, bubbling, scratches, dents or other damage, this will be visible through the  film, and such surface imperfections may damage the film or cause the film to fail prematurely. Any recently applied finish must be fully cured for a minimum of 30 days prior to film being applied. 

All vinyl material needs to be applied to “like new” vehicle finish for the best results.
No warranties on Chrome, Plastic and Non Factory Finished Paint.

We  offer Gloss, Matte, Satin Chrome, Shade Shift, Brushed Steel, and Carbon Fiber.

High Quality Wrap Starts with a Professional Installer and High Quality Vinyl:
Our color change installer has more than 10 years experience. We use High quality wrap vinyl like 3M, Avery and Orafol.
You get what you pay for. Choosing a quality installer is by far the most important, but most costly factor affecting the cost of a wrap. A skilled installer knows how to lay vinyl that will last.

A cheap install will likely fail (vinyl lifts, bubbles or peels at the corners, etc) and will have to be replaced. Make sure it's High Quality Wrap Vinyl, not a Cheap 3M imitation vinyl from china bought on amazon or ebay that will surely damage your paint.  The worst case scenario for a budget install is permanently damaging the paint when removing vinyl leaving glue residue impossible to remove... or an inexperienced installer cuts into your paint with a razor blade… and you won’t know until the vinyl is removed! YIKES!


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