If you are considering getting a vehicle wrap, protection film, or window film for your car, truck, boat, or any other type of vehicle, you have come to the right place. Below are the links where we provide the most frequently asked questions about the wrap and film services that we provide for our customers. We hope that this information will help you make an informed decision about which product is right for you. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about this information or if you would like to schedule a free consultation.
What is a vehicle wrap?
A vehicle wrap, also called a car wrap or a graphic car wrap, is a method of wrapping your vehicle partially or entirely in one large piece of material. The entire surface of the outside of the vehicle, from bumpers to hood to trunk and everything in between, can be wrapped, so it is esthetically pleasing to the eye. Most people choose their wrap colors based on what they like or because it matches their company’s brand. Vehicle wraps protect your vehicle from scratches, dents, chips, dirt, and other damage that can happen when you are driving around town. We provide a lot more answers on our vehicle wrapping FAQ page.
What is a vehicle protection film?
A vehicle protection film is used to protect various parts of your vehicle, including the paint, headlights, windshield, and interior. It is most commonly applied to the exterior painted surfaces to provide additional layers of protection against rock chips, scratches, acid rain etching, oxidation, severe weather conditions, and more. You can learn more about these protection films on our vehicle protection film FAQs page.
What is a car window film?
A car window film is a thin, strong material with adhesive on one side that can be applied to the inside of your vehicle’s windows. This adhesive-backed film has millions of tiny little bubbles that give it strength, thickness, and rigidity. The most popular type of this film is used for window tinting. A car window tint is a film that is applied to the inside of your vehicle’s windows and can be removed at any time. Window tinting film comes in different grades, from light to dark, and provides sun protection by blocking out up to 99% of UV rays. Check out our window film FAQs page for more information.