Detroit Signs And Graphics

What is a Commercial Fleet Wrap?

Fleet wraps, also known or vinyl wraps, are visual materials installed on almost any kind of vehicle. Made of vinyl, a plastic that is also found on wallpapers and window graphics, these can be an excellent addition to your marketing strategy.

Throughout metro Detroit, you will find vehicle decals on delivery trucks or even motorcycles. These are particularly great for purposes of advertising and brand identification.

Why Invest in Quality Wraps

High-quality commercial fleet wraps are built to last for years on your vehicles, and to withstand all kinds of weather conditions—whether you are advertising in the hot summer or in the cold Detroit winter, you can rely on our fleet graphics to help you get the most from your investment.

On the other hand, low-grade wraps will usually start to bubble and fade over time. Since we use top-grade overlaminate, you can be sure that our fleet wrapping will last you a long time.

How can Wraps Impact Your Business?

Vinyl wraps can help bring eyes to your products by increasing exposure in a manner that is efficient and creative, without draining your marketing budget. Here are the main advantages of using wraps for your fleet:

What Makes a Great Wrap Design?

With clear and compelling design, you can ensure that your fleet vehicle wraps catch the eye of your audience. Make use of short, catchy text, with a blend of bright colors and bold graphics to make sure that you capture the attention of passersby.

For you to make the most out of your fleet decals, you will need high-quality material that is meticulously crafted by professionals to suit your needs. The team at Detroit MI Signs & Graphics can provide world-class vinyl vehicle wraps that will help your brand stand out, and make sure that your investment pays off.

Choosing the Best Vinyl Wrap Provider in Michigan

Businesses in the metro Detroit area trust Detroit MI Signs & Graphics for their vehicle advertising needs. Your satisfaction is our priority. We strive to continually innovate to ensure we provide our customers with no less than the best products in the industry.

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Companies are always trying to improve the quality of their products, therefore, the best vinyl wrap on the market is debatable. We maintain a high level of quality by staying current with trends and only doing business with the best producers of vinyl so our products can be of the highest quality.

The durability of vinyl wraps has more to do with what type of weather and wear and tear it’s subject to rather than which company produces it. How it’s applied to the vehicle is also a factor in how long the vinyl will last, something we put tremendous care into because we know the difference it makes.

Yes. The vinyl needs to be applied to a smooth, prepped surface so the application process yields the best results. Washing the car 24 hours in advance is recommended because it gives your car sufficient time to dry.

This depends on a number of factors, such as: how big the vehicle is, what vinyl is used, and how complicated the design is.

Vinyl wrap is removed with a heat gun. The vinyl has to be carefully removed with a gentle putty knife so the paint on the car is not damaged. We take extreme care to ensure the process goes smoothly and there’s no damage done.

The first step is to set up a consultation so we can give you a quote and let you know how much the project will cost. Once you sign off on the project, we’ll set up a date to install the wrap and give you all the information you need to know about after-wrap care to ensure your wrap has a good lifespan.

Yes, they need to be maintained so they won’t fade over time. They should be washed with a mild soap (avoid harsh chemicals) and you should wash away any exterior spills or discharges, such as bird droppings, the moment you notice them so they don’t get baked in by the sun.

Yes, but they need to be fixed before the wrapping process to ensure the best result. This could mean sanding down and repainting any parts where there’s damage so that it won’t show through on the final product.

This depends on many different factors, such as the size of the vehicle, the complexity of the design, and what’s involved in prepping the surface. Typically, it’ll take anywhere from a few hours to a few days. We like to let the wrap sit for 24 hours after application so the vinyl adhesive dries properly.

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