Have a specific question about any of our services and how they work? Check out our handy list of FAQ's, designed to help you find the information you need. If you can't find the answer you're looking for here, get in touch with us- we're always happy to help.

What is Vehicle Wrapping?

Car wrapping is a way of changing the look of your vehicle without the need for a complicated and potentially expensive paint respray. It involves completely or partially covering your vehicle with a vinyl film. This film can be used to overlay the vehicle with a different colour or design, add a gloss or matte finish, or simply add a protective layer. 

How much does it cost to have a Vehicle Wrapped?

Each project will have it's own costs and will depend on the extent of the wrap, the materials that are being used and the time that it will take. Although we can offer guide prices, we cannot give a definitive costing until we have confirmed the vinyl brand and finish.

How long does a Wrap take to complete?

A full wrap will normally take up to 5 working days to complete. Whereas a roof wrap will take around 6 hours- it really depends on how much of a vehicle we are wrapping. The weather conditions and the cleanliness of the vehicle will also influence the completion time of a vehicle.

How do I care for a Vinyl Wrap now it's on my vehicle?

Caring for your vinyl wrap will vary from brand to brand and is also dependent on what type of vinyl you have selected. For example, a gloss wrap is treated differently to a matte wrap. On collection of your vehicle we will always provide vinyl specific cleaning information. You are always welcome to get in touch with any queries you may have in regards to cleaning of vinyl wraps.

Will the Wrap damage my original paintwork?

Applying specialist vehicle wrapping film to your vehicle will not damage your paintwork. However, if you already have stone chips, abrasions or rust patches on your paintwork it's important to remember that when the vinyl is removed it may disturb and defective paintwork. However, did you know that film actually shields the paint from chips, abrasions and weathering, preserving your cars' value.

Can Wraps be removed once they have been applied?

Vinyl wraps are specifically designed to be a non-permanent change to a vehicle. As such they are totally removable. Depending on manufacture, vinyls are normally warrantied for 5-10 years. However they can be removed at any time. This is a relatively simple process.

How long should I expect a Vehicle Wrap to last?

A professionally applied vehicle wrap will last between 3 and 10 years, but this will vary depending on many factors.

What is the difference between a Full Wrap & Partial Wrap?

A full wrap refers to totally covering the vehicle in vinyl. A partial wrap refers to a wrap not fully covering the vehicle.

Do I need to inform the DVLA if I had a Full Wrap?

Yes- it is a legal requirement to inform the DVLA of a colour change. Simply update your registration certificate (V5C).

Do I need to advise my insurance company about a Wrap?

It is important to advise your insurance company that you have had your vehicle partially/fully wrapped. Hence, should you be in the unfortunate position of having an accident or need to make an insurance claim they will be aware of the costs and materials that will need to be replaced.

What is the difference between Wrapping and Spraying?

A vehicle wrap is intended to be a temporary, revisable solution to colour change. A respray, on the other hand is permanent. A wrap allows you to enjoy your car in any given colour or style with the option of removal if you wish. For example, to re-sell it in the original paintwork.

What type of Wraps are available and how do I choose?

We work with a variety of vinyl manufacturers who each have their own unique range of colours, finishes and effects. We have samples of all the vinyls we work with at our unit. These are available for viewing during our opening hours. Although we can advise on colours and finishes that suit different vehicles, choosing a wrap is a personal choice.