Vehicle Wraps Phoenix | Vehicle Wraps Top Questions Answered

How long will my vehicle wrap last in Phoenix, AZ?

How long will my vehicle wrap last, is one of the most popular questions we get asked. Vehicle wraps are made of a vinyl material that adheres to your vehicles exterior. Typically the life expectancy of a vehicle wrap is 3-5 years depending on the type of care you take of the vehicle wrap and the weather conditions that the vehicle wrap has to endure. You can find proper care instructions for your vehicle wrap in our blog “Vehicle Wraps Phoenix | Caring for Your Vehicle Wrap”.

Can my vehicle wrap be repaired?

Did you get in an accident? Hit the trashcan? Scratch your wrap? – That’s ok because we can repair your wrap. Did you know azpro in Phoenix, AZ saves all of our designs digitally for easy look up? Because vehicle wraps are made in panels instead of one big sheet of vinyl it is very easy to fix a damaged vehicle wrap. Instead of replacing the entire vehicle wrap we can replace the panel that is damaged at minimal cost. Check out our vehicle wrap portfolio to see some of our work.

Will my vehicle wrap damage my paint job upon removal?

Your vehicle wrap should not damage your vehicle’s OEM paint and actually the vehicle wrap will protect the paint from rock chips and sun fading. The reason we say your vehicle wrap “should” not damage your OEM paint is because it depends on who is doing the vehicle wrap removal. A professional will know how to remove the vehicle wrap properly and our azpro installers are 3M Certified. “Vehicle Wraps Phoenix | Can I Perform Vehicle Wrap Removals Myself?” discusses why a vehicle wrap expert should be used for vinyl removals. We’re your single point of contact for all of your vehicle wrapping and vehicle removal needs 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. ]]>