To view some of our 3D examples and photos of wraps and get a feel for how the different materials may look, please to take a look at our Gallery.
Car Wrapping is a booming market with some amazing things being created by wrappers all over the world. UK is no different, with some amazing car wrappers nationwide, offering great service with full insurance and peace of mind. At 3Dom Wraps we promote the services of wrappers nationwide and help customers get the quotes they are looking for in their local areas. Vinyl wraps actually protect your vehicle and can be removed at any time, revealing paintwork just as it was when the vinyl was supplied. Being available in many colours and material finishes, you can protect your vehicle whilst also totally transforming its look and style. We have a blog, Car Wrapping Pros & Cons for you to learn more.
Always use accredited or recommended car wrap installers to ensure you are not left with a poor wrap. Please take a look at our Blog, Bad Wrap Examples
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Including layout/design, labour & materials. All prices below are excluding VAT. The sign writing process usually goes through designs and layout options over a 2-3 days period with the supplier.
£80 – £200
£225 – £350
£400 – £600
£1200 – £3000
£150 – £350
£600 – £900
£1600 – £4000
£275 – £600
£800 – £1350
£2000 – £4500
from £1800 +
from £5500 +
Personal Car Wrapping
Car wrapping is cheaper than a respray as we already know, but the other great thing about it is that you can have individual panels wrapped. So if your budget is a little tight one month yo can just wrap the wing mirrors or roof and wait till the following month for the remaining panels. The edges are kept neat so it will still look awesome during the transition stage!
It also helps with paint protection; the whole car doesn’t need to be wrapped for this so if you opt to just protect the front wings, wing mirrors and bonnet, you can. There is no obligation to wrap the entire vehicle.
Don’t wrap it on the cheapCheap vinyl wrap jobs can be spotted a mile away, given away by messy edges, air bubbles and overlapping layers of vinyl. A professional job will be so good that most people won’t even know it is vinyl, it will be smooth and straight with the lines of the car and the only aspect of it people will be able to see is the incredible new colours and effects.
You want to avoid anyone that hasn’t been trained or offers their work too cheaply compared to the main competitors because it is likely they are using cheap material.
All certified installers offer roughly the same rates so it is best to research the installer first.
Certified installers are listed on the vinyl suppliers site (3M or Arlon), so check against that list if you are unsure, and if they are professional and sure of their work then they won’t mind if you even go and visit to inspect their workmanship.