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Pretty much any type of vehicle can be wrapped in vinyl film. Whether you’re the owner of a car, van, pickup truck, semi-trailer, or even a helicopter, car wraps can elevate the look of your vehicle, or promote your business. Call Tinting Chicago today at 773-455-0467 or 312-212-0493 to get a free estimate for your ride!
Cost to wrap by vehicle type
Different vehicle types require different wrapping budgets. Generally, the bigger the vehicle and the more intricate the job, the more expensive the wrap. The following factors affect the final cost of a vehicle wrap:
- Vehicle size and type
- Brand of vinyl wrap
- Intricacy of design
- Amount of vinyl used
Call us today at 773-455-0467 or 312-212-0493, let us know what vehicle you own, and find out the price estimate for your “Wrap by vehicle type” project.
Types of vehicles that can be wrapped
7 reasons to wrap your vehicle
- Change the color
- Change the finish
- Upgrade the look
- Promote your business
- Hide ugly paintwork
- Individualize your vehicle
- More affordable than a custom paint job
Different vinyl wrap finishes
There’s a huge range of finishes and textures on the market for vinyl vehicle wraps. The most popular of which include:
Should I install vinyl wrap to a vehicle myself?
The installation of vinyl wraps to vehicles is a skilled and fiddly business. It takes professional installers years to develop the skills to achieve a crease-free and bubble-free finish. In addition, some vinyl wraps are easier to apply to vehicles than others, depending on the material used.
You may save money applying vinyl wrap yourself but if it isn’t installed in a well-lit, completely dust-free environment, the result could be compromised leading to bubbling and peeling later on.
Full wraps versus partial wraps
Car owners can choose to either wrap their vehicles in a full wrap or a partial wrap. What is the difference you may ask? A full wrap means that vinyl wrap is applied to the entire car, including the wing mirrors, roof, and bumpers. A partial wrap is only installed on selective parts of the car, usually the most prominent areas, such as the doors, hood, and rear windshield.
As vinyl car wraps are priced according to the amount of vinyl material used, it’s cheaper to have a partial vehicle wrap than a full vehicle wrap.
Asked Questions See more
Yes, vinyl wrap is a kind of protective wrap that will prevent your vehicle from incurring scratches and swirl marks. Car wraps act as a second skin shielding the paintwork on vehicles from light environmental and external damage.
Carbon fiber wrap is often more expensive than other vinyl wrap finishes because it adds an aesthetic distinction that can’t be achieved any other way. For this reason, many customers choose to only wrap select parts of their vehicles, such as the hood, fenders, or front bumper with carbon fiber film.