There are times when we just need a new look. Maybe the same old hairstyle or color isn’t working for us. The same can be true for our vehicles. When a ride is looking tired, but the vehicle has plenty of miles to go, it is possible to choose a fresh look for cars and trucks. Sometimes people don’t like the original paint color of their vehicle—but the car was a great deal. Whatever the reason, Team Acme has a variety of choices available for vehicle makeovers.
Our only choice as consumers until rather recently was a traditional paint job. Wraps or films were limited to auto customizes in the past. Now we have more options with the introduction of vinyl vehicle wraps to the mainstream consumer market.
Having more to choose from can sometimes be confusing. As with so many of our consumer choices, it’s a good idea to gather some information before we start to shop for our vehicle’s style. Armed with a background of knowledge, we can feel confident in making our decision.
When looking for a new look for your vehicle, it is wise to consider a wrap. A vehicle wrap offers many possibilities and has some distinct advantages. The consumer can change her car color quite simply or just update the vehicle’s original color. The next choice is whether to add a bit of personal flair with some distinctive designs. Designs can suit the customer’s taste from subtle to more dramatic.
Then there is the option of the wrap’s finish. Finish choices are gloss, matte, satin, carbon fiber and brushed metal. These are options that are not possible with paint alone. With a variety of finishes, textures and colors, it is possible to customize a distinct look that just may turn a few heads.
Whether you want to customize the look of your car or just change the color without painting, films can be the right choice. Wraps now cost much less than many good paint jobs and last for about seven years. Partial vehicle wraps are another option. You can also peel a film wrap off without damaging the original look underneath if you decide to go back to the prior appearance.
There are those traditionalists who just love the look of a professional spray job and for those individuals, a wrap may not work. Those who have a classic car will keep their ride as close to the original condition as possible. Some love their car just as it is and don’t want to touch it, yet a clear wrap would protect the vehicle from harmful sun exposure which can cause paint to fade.
For those who want creative freedom in designing a new look for their auto, yet want to stay within a budget, a wrap is truly the best option. Especially when looking to have the vehicle be a means of advertising for a product or service, the wrap is the way to go. Some car owners even choose a wrap for a new car to protect the original paint job and thus preserve some of the resale value of the vehicle.
If you know you want a new look for you’re vehicle but aren’t quite sure whether a new paint job or a temporary vinyl vehicle wrap is the right choice for you and your car, then we hope this article has helped you decide. With further questions, feel free to contact Team Acme by calling 702-566-8326 or visit our website today to learn more about our vinyl vehicle wrap design and installation processes. We hope to see you in our shop soon!