7 Reasons why you should wrap your car vs. paint!

Why Wrap, and not Paint?

Many inquiring customers often wonder to themselves, “Why should I wrap my car instead of painting it?” A paint job can range from $3,000-$10,000+ depending on the quality and paint procedure. Whereas a vehicle wrap can cost $2,500-$5000+ depending on the material and extent of the project. Partial wraps such as roofs, hoods, chrome trim blackouts, and other accents are also a great way to get started in the wrap industry beginning at around $300 shop depending. Along with this much cheaper price tag comes MANY benefits that paint cannot offer. Paint quality can vary especially whilst looking for a cheaper price. Cheaper paints will look great at first, but within a few years can show wear and tear resulting in the paint job needing to be redone. Professionally installed vehicle wraps will leave your vehicle with a breathtaking finish for years to be admired.

7 Reasons to Wrap Your Car

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 $2500-$5,000+ and will have a life expectancy of 4-10 years vinyl depending. 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 vehicles original factory color will allow you to keep your resale value intact.

Countless Options: Upon purchasing your vehicle you may have wanted something different, or possibly a color that is not available in factory paint. This is where vinyl wraps will allow all of your car fantasies to come true. You will be able to stand out from all of the others and have a truly one of a kind vehicle that suits your personality. If after a few years you are looking for change once again, just have us remove it and choose a new color! Transform your vehicle every few years and keep everyone guessing!

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!

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!

Easy Maintenance: Is constantly waxing your vehicle beginning to take a toll on you? Allow yourself enjoy never having to wax again! Vehicle wraps are extremely easy to maintain and will look brand new once again from only hand washing with soap and water. Also be sure to ask your local installer about specialty quick detail sprays and ceramic coating packages to keep the film even easier to care for!

Long Lasting, Safe Removal: High-quality vinyl ensures 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 4-10 year period and will NOT affect your current paint.

Give us a call at 727-608-5726 or visit our website to get an estimate today!

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* This blog came from http://www.exoticvehiclewraps.com/why-wrap-your-vehicle/

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