FULL WRAP VERSUS A PARTIAL WRAP
Many of the one-stop sign shops in the area will try to convince you to get a full wrap for your van. Don’t get us wrong: full wraps are a great product and often have the biggest impact of any type of vehicle wrap. However, they are not always necessary, and they can end up being cost prohibitive for many enterprises.
Instead, if you are looking for a less “in your face” alternative to full wraps that do not put as much of a burden on your marketing budget, partial van wraps are the way to go. At Caliber Signs & Imaging, our in-house graphic designers can work with the colors of your van to give the appearance of a full wrap at the cost of a partial vinyl wrap.
DOES YOUR SIGN MAKER HAVE THE RIGHT TOOLS?
Throughout the area, there are entrepreneurs opening up ragtag wrap operations out of their garages. Their sales are driven through their internet advertising, yet they do not have the right equipment to do an adequate job. If you want to build your brand awareness, your images and colors must precisely match those found on your other marketing materials. This requires the right design software and templates as well as state of the art, wide-format digital printers.
Our shop in Irvine has all of the latest equipment to get the job done right. As you can see from our past van wrap jobs, we are able to keep our clients’ branding consistent with precise color reproduction. In addition, we make sure your images pop and have clear messaging, whether you have one van or a whole fleet.
ALWAYS GO WITH THE EXPERTS
You do not want a new sign company using your van wrap as their starting off point in the industry. This is because the wrap installation process is perhaps the most important step. When done poorly, your graphics will not last long, and they will reflect poorly upon your business.
We want your wraps to last as long as possible. And, we have the expertise to make sure they do. Our installers are 3M qualified and approved. This means we have spent the hundreds to thousands of hours installing wraps and took the necessary tests to show we are skilled at what we do. In addition, we supply our customers with a care kit that shows them how to maintain the wrap for a longer life.