A leading graphics company in New York answers common questions about car wrapping and vehicle ads. This is indeed good news for vehicle owners and business owners as they start to consider the benefits of vehicle advertising for their business.
JMR Graphics Answers 5 Most Frequently Asked Questions About Vehicle Wraps
NEW YORK, Jan. 27, 2016 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — JMR Graphics is a leading designer and manufacturer of 3M trailer graphics and car wraps.
There are many benefits to installing a wrap onto your vehicle. However, most people tend to ask the same questions prior to placing an order with a graphic design company. JMR Graphics answers five of the most frequently asked questions about vehicle wraps:
How long does it take to install? The installation process is different for all projects. The estimated time of completion ranges depending on the size of your vehicle (car, bus, truck) and the intricacy of your wrap design. Estimates will be given prior to ordering, and reliable companies like JMR Graphics will work with you if you need your wrap by a certain date.
What is the process of ordering a vehicle wrap? There are three phases of ordering a vehicle wrap. First is the design phase where your layout, text, and images will be created. Next is the production aspect where your design will be printed and prepared for install. The last phase is the installation phase where your car will be taken in and the wrap will be applied.
Will it damage my paint? No. If the hired company properly installs and removes your wrap, your car’s paint will not be affected whatsoever. Rather, upon removal, the paint should appear the same as it was prior to installation.
How long will it last? There are different types of vinyl for all applications. However, most graphics will last for years with proper care. Some companies provide customers with warranty plans in case of accidents or other car damage.
Can a wrap be removed? Absolutely. Always go to a professional company so they can safely remove a vehicle wrap for you. This will prevent any possible damage resulting from an improper removal.
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