Vehicle Graphics 2017-05-10T15:05:21+00:00

VEHICLE GRAPHICS & WRAPS

Signworks has specialized in designing and installing vehicle graphics and vehicle wraps for 30 years!  We use only the highest quality 3M vinyl for our van wraps, bus wraps, truck wraps, and trailer wraps. We also use a UV clear laminate film for protection and to ensure color longevity. To show how confident we are in our product and installation expertise, we warranty our wraps for 3 years.  Find out more about our wrap quality standards.

Will vinyl graphics damage the paint?

No, a vinyl wrap will not damage new factory paint. In fact, the vinyl actually helps to preserve the paint because it acts as a protection from weather, sun, scuffs, and scratches. If removed correctly, the vinyl won’t peel the clear coat or leave residue.

Are vinyl graphics difficult to remove?

Vinyl is very easy to remove with the proper solutions and tools without any damage to the paint. (We always recommend that you use a certified installer for removal to be sure that it is done correctly.)

How effective is a wrap for advertising?

A vehicle wrap has one the highest returns compared to other forms of advertising, and is one of the most cost effective ways to engage new customers, build brand awareness, and create credibility with your existing customers. Using your vehicle as a mobile billboard, you can reach hundreds of potential customers a day!

How long will the graphics last?

A wrap is an advertising investment, so obviously you want to maximize your marketing dollars. A well cared for vinyl wrap can last for 5 years (sometimes longer) depending on your climate.

How does a wrap compare to other advertising?

If you are using your vehicle wrap as signage there is no more cost-effective advertising method available. It has been proven that the cost per impression of vehicle wraps is less than other forms of advertising such as billboards, television, radio and newspapers.

Average Ad Cost Per Impression Per Thousand Views

  • One-third b/w page ad in the top 100 newspaper markets: $22.95 CPM
  • 30-second prime-time spot in the top 100 television markets: $17.78 CPM
  • Four-color, one-page ad in 23 top magazine publications: $9.35 CPM
  • 60-second drive-time ad in the top 100 radio markets: $8.61 CPM
  • The average for all forms of billboard ads: $2.18 CPM
  • Vehicle Wraps: $.77 per THOUSAND views
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