Using your company vehicle to promote your business is an affordable way to get noticed. Customers typically need to see your brand a minimum of five times before they remember you.
The passionate vehicle wrap technicians at Cincinnati Sign Company can help you create a stunning car wrap design that matches your personality or brand. We offer a wide range of colors and finishes including chrome, color change and paint-matching vinyl.
A full wrap covers the entire vehicle and is more effective for advertising than a partial wrap. The cost of a wrap depends on the size and complexity of the job as well as the material used.
A high-quality vinyl wrapping can last 5-7 years and can be easily removed when it comes time to trade in or sell your car. It is an excellent option for people who don’t want to commit to a permanent paint job but still want a custom look.
The key to getting the longest life from your wrap is to keep it clean. You should wash it with a mild soap and water, using non-abrasive sponges. Avoid high pressure washing as this could cause the wrap to tear or peel. You can also use isopropyl rubbing alcohol to spot clean isolated stains and always keep wet paper towels handy for fuel spills. It is also important to stay away from protectants meant for metal as these can damage the vinyl.
Partial wraps are ideal for companies who want to promote their brand in a visible way. They offer unmatched visibility and the opportunity to adapt to any changing marketing needs. They are also easy to maintain and provide high contrast and readable letterings.
They can cover the lower half of your vehicle, the rear door or even one side. They can be custom designed to meet your business’s branding requirements and are perfect for those who don’t have the budget for a full wrap.
While full wraps make a great visual impact, they come with a big price tag that can quickly add up if your company’s vehicle fleet is large. For this reason, partial vehicle graphics are a great option for smaller vehicles and can help you create savings by covering only the parts of your vehicle that need it. They are also a good option for those who live in signage restricted areas or that service multiple businesses requiring removable and interchangeable designs.
Truck wraps offer a cost-effective way for large businesses to generate brand familiarity with their audience. Whether they have a fleet of trucks that go nationwide or just a few that travel local areas, truck wraps help them project a professional image that customers can recognize.
A truck wrap can be designed to cover the entire body of the vehicle, including hoods and rear windows (if allowed by law). It is important to note that the legal parameters that need to be adhered to when designing a wrap for a commercial vehicle are slightly different than with other types of effective advertising.
Unlike traditional paint jobs, which can require frequent touch-ups and may be easily scratched or chipped, a vinyl wrap will last for years to come. It is important to care for the wrap appropriately, however. Avoid high-pressure washing and ice scrapers to prevent any damage or premature wear of the wrap. We recommend a soft sponge and mild soap for washing your vehicle wrap.
Turn your fleet vehicle into a mobile advertising campaign that generates hundreds and even thousands of impressions each day. A vinyl wrap is an innovative and comparatively inexpensive way to create a unique exterior design for your company vans, trucks, trailers and other vehicles.
Wraps are thin sheets of cast vinyl that partially or fully encase the surface of a car, truck, trailer or other vehicle and feature eye-catching graphics and contact information that advertise your business. They can be designed to look like a custom paint job, but the difference is that wraps remove easily when it’s time to take your vehicle in for service and do not damage your original paint finish.
Color change wraps and “paint wraps” are also available, where the vinyl is manufactured to match a specific automotive paint color or metallic, as well as Pantone colors. Wraps are also made to cover the windows of a vehicle, and they can be designed with opaque or perforated material that allows visibility out but keeps your messaging private for those in the back seats.