Car Wraps Phoenix | Choose Vinyl Car Wraps Over Paint Before making the big decision between vinyl or paint when changing the color of your car it is important to know what a car wrap actually is. Car wraps are panels of vinyl with adhesive backing that are applied to the exterior of your car. For more information on car wraps check out “Is A Car Wrap Worth The Cost

How long will my car wrap last?

Wrapping your car in vinyl is a great alternative to the permanent choice of paint. Vinyl car wraps will typically last between 3-5 years. Your wraps longevity depends pretty heavily on the vinyl material you choose to use and how you care for your wrap. Check out “Caring For Your Vehicle Wrap” for car wrap tips on how to prolong your wraps life. Car wraps that are left on longer than 5 years can be susceptible to fading, peeling, cracking, and difficult removal. Wrapping your car will also keep your factory OEM paint pristine which will ultimately increase your cars resale value. Repainting your vehicle is a permanent change that may devalue your car when the time comes to sell.

Is a car wrap expensive?

It is roughly $8000 to fully repaint your car. Vinyl car wraps are significantly less expensive. Depending on the material that you decide to use for your wrap, a full high quality vinyl wrap on a car can cost between $3000-4000. That is just about half of what you could spend to repaint your car. If you are considering a wrap for business advertising purposes there isn’t an advertising medium out there that can compete with car wraps. If you were to keep your advertisement on the car for just 3 years your wrap will cost you about $0.01 per potential client views.

Will a vinyl wrap destroy my car?

Absolutely not! Vinyl car wraps are made to protect your vehicle as much as they are made to be original and customizable. In fact, getting a car wrap will protect your original paint job keeping your cars value high. The wrap can also protect your car from small rocks and debris from chipping away at your paint while driving. It is easily removed when removed by a professional within the wraps expected life time. Leaving a wrap on longer than recommended can result in a very time consuming removal. The wraps adhesive will tend to grow tackier as the years go by especially in areas that are hotter like Phoenix, AZ. When the vinyl is removed there will most likely be a sticky residue that will also need to be removed. This is why you 1) should change out your wrap before it is too late, and 2) have a wrap removal done by a professional. Without the proper knowledge and tools required to remove a car wrap you could potentially pull up pieces of paint from your car. We’re your single point of contact for all of your vinyl car wrap needs in Arizona, supporting Avondale, Chandler, Glendale, Goodyear, Mesa, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Surprise, and Tempe. Call us today or click on the chat button below for a free quote! Let azpro help you create a lasting impression and get your business driving in the right direction.]]>

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