LAGRANGE VINYL WRAPS
Vinyl wrapping a vehicle is a great alternative to painting a vehicle, though they are very distinctly different. Some will attempt to compare the cost of a vinyl wrap to the cost of a low-budget paint job but they each have their pros and cons. Vinyl wrapping is a great choice because it allows customization with flexibility. It does not require long term commitment, as vinyl can be removed and replaced easily and relatively cheaply, unlike paint which is meant to be a permanent change. Vinyl wrapping also provides the opportunity to get creative with designs, patterns, unique colors, transitioning colors, etc. where paint Is somewhat limited or will cost exponentially more for truly custom work.
Color Change Wrap
Needing to change the color of your vehicle without the permanence of having to repaint it? With matte, satin, and gloss finishes, we can complete change the look and feel of your vehicle for a fraction of a paint job. We only use quality brands like Avery Dennison, 3M, and KPMF films when changing the look of your vehicle to ensure the highest level of finish and durability.
All of our wraps also include a ceramic coating to help with the longevity and care of your newly wrapped vehicle!
Wrapping your entire vehicle isn’t the only way to customize your vehicle or advertise your company. Looking for custom branding or other graphics that won’t cover the entire vehicle? A partial wrap or custom-designed branding placement is the perfect solution for you.
Black Out Packages
Wanting something a little more subtle with a big impact? A black out package can completely change the look and feel of your vehicle without a complete color change wrap.
Paint or Vinyl Wrap?
Vinyl wrap and paint are two popular methods of customizing the appearance of a vehicle, but there are several benefits to using vinyl wrap over paint, including:
Cost: Vinyl wrap is generally more affordable than a custom paint job. Paint requires more time, materials, and labor to achieve a high-quality finish, whereas vinyl can be applied in a fraction of the time and without as many specialized tools or equipment.
Durability: Vinyl wrap is more durable than paint, especially when it comes to protecting the underlying paint from chips, scratches, and fading. High-quality vinyl wrap can last up to 7 years or more with proper care and maintenance, while paint may require touch-ups or a full repaint after a few years.
Customization: Vinyl wrap offers more options for customization than paint, as it can be printed with any design, color, or pattern. Vinyl can also be easily removed or replaced, allowing for more flexibility and variety in the look of the vehicle.
Protection: Vinyl wrap offers an additional layer of protection to the underlying paint, shielding it from the sun, dirt, and debris. It can also be removed without damaging the original paint, making it a good option for leased or temporary vehicles.
Time: Vinyl wrap can be applied in a shorter amount of time than a custom paint job. This means less downtime for the vehicle and less disruption to the owner's schedule.
Overall, vinyl wrap offers a number of advantages over paint when it comes to customizing and protecting a vehicle's appearance. However, it is important to choose a high-quality vinyl and have it applied by a professional to ensure the best results.