Benefits of Car Wrapping
Are you thinking about changing the color of your vehicle? Many car owners are faced with a dilemma when they have to choose between a classic paint job and a car wrap. In this new day and age, getting your car painted over is wholly redundant. It’s incredibly time-consuming, eliminates your chances of going back to the original color without a second repaint, and costs quite a lot of money. Needless to say, you want to save yourself from the hassle and make the right choice.
Fortunately, car wrapping has a long list of benefits that trump boring old paint jobs. You might even be surprised to know that this method of sprucing up your car’s exterior is free of all risks, big or small. That is, of course, on top of a treasure trove of other advantages you shouldn’t be missing out on.
While car owners might not agree on many things, one thing is for sure, your utmost priority is to keep your vehicle protected from chipping, grazing, and scratching. That, however, is much easier said than done. No matter how expensive your vehicle’s factory paint is, it isn’t immune to damage. All it takes is a kid on a bike riding carelessly too close to your car and you’re looking at an ugly scratch that’s going to need hundreds of dollars in repair. Now, imagine if you didn’t have to go through that. With vinyl wrapping, scratches and abrasion are a thing of the past.
Vinyl wrapping fully encases your car’s exterior – all the painted areas – and protects what’s underneath. This is especially beneficial if you plan on selling the vehicle off soon. As the paint is perfectly maintained, your car is valued at a higher price. It is no secret that scratch-free cars can be sold for much greater prices than those with damaged exteriors.
It’s not odd to wish that your car looked different. So to say, you will be tempted to make some much-needed changes to your vehicle at some point. Perhaps the current color is simply too boring for your taste. Therefore, when you do feel like customization might be in the cards, car wrapping is the way to go because it isn’t permanent. Unlike a paint job, you can simply remove the vinyl when you wish to go back to its original color.
Not only does this allow you to personalize your car but also return it without incurring any penalties if it is leased. Hundreds of people have been using this method for years now, especially considering the limitless customization options offered. You can virtually change to any shade, print, or texture. Our vinyl wrap also comes in satin and matte finishes. You'd be surprised to learn that a matte paint job is much more prone to scratching than its vinyl wrap counterpart. So, whether you have a BMW or a truck, it doesn’t matter, you can leverage maximum customization options without a single worry. Moreover, the color change is also incredibly durable. In that, fading is out of the picture which is why you can enjoy years of amazing tint.
If you’ve ever gotten your car painted, you already know how expensive it can be. The costs are even higher when you chose the original dealership for the task. But why should you spend so much money when you can get the same – or even better – results with a car wrapping service? Yes, you read that right! Among the various benefits of car wrapping is sheer affordability. Our clients can customize their car without plunging their savings.
Resale Value Maintained
Let’s be honest, no matter how much you love your car today, you will end up selling it in the future. When that day does arise, you want to make sure that the price is compelling enough to settle on. With a car wrap, you don’t have to worry about its resale value going down. Whereas getting a paint job automatically reduces the price you’ll be able to charge for it down the line.
Maintenance of Warranties and Leases
Plenty of warranties and lease contracts entail that the car’s original colors and parts shouldn’t be permanently altered. Of course, this also applies to the extensive paint job covering the entirety of the exterior. With car wraps, you shouldn’t be worried about any violations as they do not change nor damage the original paint coating underneath.
Slow Wearability and Minimal Damage
Another reason why vinyl wrapping is superior to car wraps is that it can sustain a lot more damage than paint jobs. To top it off, you do not have to pay extravagantly for costly color matching. In case the wrap gets damaged in a certain spot, you must simply hire a professional to add a little bit of vinyl sheet over it. Also, car wraps take a long time to wear off, which can’t be said for a traditional paint job.
If you’re hesitant to opt for a vinyl car wrap because you think it won't look the same as a paint job, rest assured, it will! Experienced professionals like ours can ensure a seamless service that will make it impossible for onlookers to tell the difference.
Cheaper than Paint
Is there a nasty scratch on your car that ruins its entire look? Or a patch that looks faded? Whatever the case may be, a vinyl car wrap is a much cheaper alternative to price matching. You wish to recreate the glory of a perfectly smooth exterior. So, who says a paint job is your only option? Rest assured, you’ll bag an amazing deal with vinyl car wrap compared to a paint job.
Why Choose Us?
While there are many reasons to wrap your car, and justifiably so, it is just as important for you to hire the right company for the job. At Vinyl Labs, you can rely on the ____-years’ long expertise of our company specialists to ensure a seamless finish. Rest assured, when we’re done, your car will stun every passerby at the first glance.
Vinyl wrapping your car, truck, or SUV is not only risk-free, it provides numerous functional benefits over painting or dipping such as:
Vinyl wrap provides protection from stone chips, scratches, and abrasions to your vehicle's factory paint.
When high-quality vinyl wrap like 3M Graphics or Avery Dennison is used, it can be easily removed by a professional and not cause damage to your factory paint.
Vinyl wrap will preserve the original factory paintwork which is beneficial if your vehicle is leased and you want to add a custom look or you want to preserve the factory paint to keep your car, truck, or SUVs residual value maintained.
Vehicle wrapping is substantially cheaper than a traditional paint job.
Car Wraps will not devalue the resale value of your car like a traditional paint job.
Warranties and lease agreements remain valid with vinyl wrap unlike re-painting a car or truck which would void factory automotive warranties, put you in violation of your lease, and increase the cost of insurance.
When properly cared for and quality material is used, vinyl automotive wraps will wear as well as, or even better than traditional paint. Vehicle wraps will take a beating while protecting your car, truck, SUV or motorcycle's factory paint underneath.
Vinyl car, truck, and SUV wraps come in a wide variety of colors and patterns. 3M and Avery vinyl's offer a custom unique look that is almost impossible to reproduce with traditional paint. Avery and 3M both offer matte, semi-gloss, gloss, brushed steel, carbon fiber, metallic flake, matte metallic, chrome and even leather-like finishes.
With vinyl wrap, expensive, color-matching paint fees are unnecessary for scratches or accident vehicles. All you have to do when damage occurs is re-wrap the section that needs repair with a new sheet of vinyl.
When a car, truck or motorcycle is wrapped by our professionally trained installers, it is difficult to notice your car is wrapped and not painted. With our vinyl paint wrapping technique, the vinyl will literally look as if it was sprayed on.
With car and truck wraps, you can affordably customize parts of your car. You don’t have to wrap your entire car; using vinyl on just your hood, roof, mirrors, or trim is a common request.
Matte paint jobs are brittle and can chip easily while matte vinyl wrap is durable and harder to scratch.
Vinyl wrapping your car or truck will hide dings or scratches while offering a “freshness” to the look of your vehicle.
Vinyl wraps look incredible, you'll be turning heads left and right with your newly wrapped car, truck, SUV or motorcycle.