How much does a car wrap cost?
We get ask this question: “How much does a car wrap cost?” on a daily basis and to accurately quote our clients, because each job is unique to the client and completely customizable, we ask them a series of questions. Let’s see what factors determine the cost below.
What is the year/make/model?
The price can be greatly affected by the size and type of vehicle. For example, than a 4 door sedan could cost more expensive than a 2 door coupe. A dually has some wicked fenders that take longer to install on, some vehicles have more complex curves versus standard vehicles.
We would need to know sizing or have the vehicle brought to us to confirm measurements if you have a van or box truck. We need to know the Wheel Base length and the roof height, usually, they are listed as the standard roof, mid roof and high roof for a van wrap.
Will this be a SOLID color car wrap (usually for personal use)?
A solid color car wrap includes the material and installation at our location for the full exterior of a standard 2 door car. It also includes mirrors and door handles which usually range from $2,500 to $3,500. Whereas a 4 door car, truck, SUV or van is range $3,500 to$5,000. Items like antennas, spoilers, grills, after-market parts will add an additional cost for installation. A solid color change wrap is going to be more expensive than a commercial wrap as the detail required for a color change is much more extensive therefore requiring more material and more labor. We also include disassembling and reassembling all removable hardware such as door handles, mirrors, lights, etc to provide a clean finish. The price of a wrap will range from $800 to $1000 for specialty films with the texture like carbon fiber brushed metal and leather can add, whereas between $2000 to $4500, Chrome or other exotic finishes can add anywhere to a wrap on top of the installation cost.
OR will this be a DESIGNED, printed wrap (usually for commercial use)?
That doesn’t mean that we don’t care as much if a commercial wrap is usually not as extensive as a solid color change wrap. We ensure the best quality wrap and take great care in either type of wrap which we can produce. Normally, wrapping door handles, mirrors or bumpers does not involve a commercial. It means to disassemble and reassemble, reducing the cost of the wrap, we need less material and less hardware. Starts at $2,000+tax (not including design cost if needed), a commercial 2 door or Fiat car wrap for a car (wrap includes all 4 sides, not including roof, door handles, or mirrors). Depending on the size, 4 door cars, vans, and trucks typically range from $3,000-$5,000. We do have very skilled in-house designers and commercial wraps almost always include design.
To get exact pricing, please give us a shout to get exact pricing and below are a few additional questions we often get asked on for pricing.
How much does it cost to wrap a box truck?
The wrap is for both sides of a box and rear ONLY (roll-up door), a 14′ box truck wrap STARTS AT $2,800 +tax (not including design if needed). If front will be included or cab, the price varies on the amount of hardware on the truck such as side doors on box and type of door on rear)
How much is a chrome wrap?
Yes, it’s that expensive if most chrome wraps start AT $6,000 +tax… ! is The most expensive vinyl and the hardest to install is Chrome vinyl.
How much is it to wrap my hood or wrap my roof?
The price varies on the type of hood or roof and color chosen, usually ranges from $250-$500.
Can I bring my own material in and have you all install it?
Yes, you can, but unless it comes from a reputable online company that solely sells vehicle rated vinyl, we don’t recommend it. You will risk the chance of getting non-vehicle rated vinyl if you purchase the vinyl from some online web mall
Do you wrap the wheels, interior of vehicles, door jambs or calipers?
Any interior wrapping, door jambs or rim wraps aren’t offered at this time. And we will hopefully add this service in the near future.