You can find out what Team Acme, Inc. would charge you for the vinyl vehicle wrap you want by submitting a free quote request on the company’s website.
If you’re looking to wrap your vehicle with vinyl and you want experienced professionals to do it, then you can expect to spend about $2,000. A high-quality vinyl vehicle wrap costs about the same as a new paint job, which generally costs between $2,000 and $3,000.
You can purchase your own vinyl and install the vinyl yourself, but this could end up costing you more in the long run if you don’t install the vinyl correctly.
When you go to a professional for a vinyl vehicle wrap, the end price ultimately depends on the amount of time it takes for the technician to install the wrap, how difficult it is to install the wrap, and the price of the vinyl used for the wrap.
Let’s explore a few different wrap options:
The typical price for a vinyl vehicle wrap with a graphic advertisement on it is $2,500, but the final price depends on the size of your car and how much vinyl is used to wrap the car. For example, a full-size SUV would probably cost more to wrap than a Mini Cooper, because an SUV requires more vinyl to be fully covered.
But then there’s this idea of certain parts of vehicles not being wrapped. Like, if you want a partial vehicle wrap instead of a full, then it will be less expensive. Or, if you drive a cargo van, then the roof of the van probably won’t need to be wrapped, because who’s going to see the roof?
In many cases, a cargo van can be less expensive to wrap then say a compact sedan, because there are fewer windows on cargo vans and the roof and bumpers don’t need to be wrapped. Wrapping a compact sedan requires a lot of cutting to accommodate all of the windows.
The price of your vinyl wrap really depends on your specific car and what parts of it you want to be wrapped.
When you are wrapping one vehicle, or an entire fleet of vehicles for your business, you can an opportunity to advertise your company wherever you drive your vehicle, or wherever you park it. This increase in visibility drives more business to your door. The logical question to ask is probably “how much more business?” Realistically speaking, it’s incalculable. Think of a billboard. It’s out there at all times, putting your brand in the minds of everyone who drives past it. You rarely see a blank billboard because there’s typically a line of brands competing for that valuable space. Your fleet of vehicles is like a moving, permanent billboard constantly getting your brand out there. Even better, it takes no additional effort on your part to make the advertising happen. Once the wrap is on there, it’s working for you all day long.
Getting a wrap that looks like a new coat of paint is typically more expensive than graphic advertisement wraps. This has to do with the more expensive wrap you need- it has to be metallic looking. It has to be the factory color, with the exact degree of gloss or matte the original paint color has. With this type of wrap, you can expect to spend between $3,000 and $3,600. This is because the details required for paint replacement wraps are more extensive than what’s needed for graphic advertisement wraps.
For a partial vinyl vehicle wrap, you can pay as little as $250 for a professional technician to design and install it. If you want specialty vinyl, like chrome or black matte, then you can expect the price of the wrap to be more expensive. Chrome vinyl is the most expensive film you can buy and it is the most challenging to install. It almost doubles the price of the wrap. On the other hand, it delivers a look that will truly make your ride stand out of the crowd.
Any consumer goes bargain hunting when looking for services. This includes when you want a vinyl vehicle wrap. However, a less expensive wrap job can wind up costing you more in the long term. When you go for just any wrap service because of its low price, you risk:
Those realities above mean that you spend money on a new vinyl wrap again, or on a replacement installation, and if the poor quality work damages your hull, that’s another repair expense. Just because the initial price tag is lower does not mean you will save money on your wrap in the long term by scrounging the bottom of the barrel.
The quality of a vehicle’s hull relates to its appraised worth. With a high-quality vinyl wrap, your vehicle’s hull is kept in near perfect condition for as long as the wrap stays on there. This is another factor to consider when you are assessing the true cost of wrapping versus not wrapping.
Visit our website to learn more about Team Acme’s vinyl vehicle wrap design and installation services. We’ve wrapped too many buses, SUVs, cars, motorcycles, boats, and other vehicles to count. We create custom original wraps for businesses, events, charities, personal style, and any reason you can think of. Contact us online if you have questions.