Take Full Advantage of Your Vehicles Visible Space
Vehicle wraps are advertisements that either partially or completely cover a vehicle. At Perfect Printing we do it all in-house design, print, and install, from start to finish so rest assured, you are getting the best car wrap possible. To ensure the best quality, our wrap installers always use standard vinyl installation procedures set by major graphics corporations like Avery, 3M, UASG, and Arlon.
In addition to car wraps, we can wrap any type of vehicle: trailers, box trucks, buses, shuttle buses, SUV’s and more! (Sorry, no motorcycles, helmets or bicycles.)
Vehicle Wraps Options
There are so many options when it comes to automotive wraps. We have full vehicle wraps, partial vehicle wraps, spot graphics and window wraps to fit any budget.
- Full vehicle wrap: Full wraps cover an entire vehicle, including cars, box trucks, vans and food trucks, delivering a dramatic message to anyone who sees it. They’ll cover the hood, the roof, the pillars, the sides and any other place where paint could show through. Typically, full wraps are the best choice for businesses looking for maximum exposure and a cohesive design. Color change wraps are popular for those looking to completely change the color or appearance of your vehicle. You can advertise with the whole surface area of your vehicle.
- Partial vehicle wrap: With a partial wrap, you can save money and only cover a few parts of the vehicle. You may have half of a bus to cover or you want to leave your car’s roof the original color to go with your design. A partial wrap can accomplish that and wrap just a few parts of the car.
- Spot graphics: Say you have a vehicle with a lot of space, like a utility van. That blank canvas can be a good place for you to put your logo without necessarily wrapping the whole vehicle or even that section. We offer smaller spot graphics to fill these areas and bring your imagery to the vehicle at the lowest cost. Window decals can also be an excellent addition.
- Window coverings: Though they are typically an element in a full wrap, you can cover your windows with a perforated vinyl that extends your design over them. They are see-through from the inside, so you can use them without influencing your visibility. They appear as a solid design on the outside.