If you are service company and you do most of your business inside your vehicle what better way to broadcast your business than by using your vehicle as a moving billboard.
Bill from Mr Electric, a brand new business in Grande Prairie, Alberta, came to us with his vehicle ordered and on its way and a bunch of rules from his Franchise. We specialize in making head offices happy so it was no problem to make sure the design matched the brand rules from the head office. Our graphic designer was able to make the local owner and the head office happy.
The next step was color matching, so we printed a test of one of the sides in a small scale so he could see the intesity. Happily we got it right the first time!
It took 4.5 days to wrap the Nissan, it is deceiving, like a small Sprinter Van. It looks flat until you start putting vinyl on it. Just to give you an idea, it took as long for our installer to put the graphics onthe front of the van as it did BOTH sides.
We always edge seal the graphics so they are less likely to fail, that was the final step before we took the final pictures.
How much does this cost you ask? A Full wrap like this one can cost you 4,000-5,000 dollars. For smaller SUVs and Cars you can budget $2,000-$4,000.
Remember it is all based on square feet, the less you use the less it costs. WE have been very successful in making partial wraps look like full wraps (check out the FREE FM Winter Adventure Team). You control the decisions on how much you want to use.