car wrapping & GRAPHICS
Rock Solid Graphics designing, manufacturing and installing car graphics for over 25 years.
CAR GRAPHICS IN NORFOLK
The very best car graphics in Norfolk. Driving a car with your company’s branding and contact details on it is a great way of making your business really visible and creating brand awareness. This way of advertising your services is particularly suited to:
- Driving schools
- Estate agents
- Mobile hairdressers and beauticians.
CAR GRAPHICS IN NORFOLK
Your car is a valuable commodity within your business so you’ll want to know that it’s being looked after when you commit to installing graphics. Whether you have a single vehicle or a whole fleet, here at Rock Solid Graphics, we have extensive experience of working with vehicles so you can be confident you’re in safe hands. It’s important that your car graphics are designed, printed and installed correctly so they can withstand the elements and remain looking like new. Our experts will take care of everything for you, whether you’d like a simple vinyl graphic or complete car wrapping.
But it’s not just car signage that we can offer. We take care of vans and lorries too. And we can even work with bikes, boats, trailers and any other vehicle you can think of!
To speak to one of the team about car graphics or vinyl wraps, please contact us on 01603 262471 or email email@example.com
Car graphics in Norfolk
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How long do car wraps last?
A vinyl car wrap can last from three to five years, or longer in some cases. However, expected durability depends a lot on the quality of materials used, and the level of care given to the vehicle after wrapping.
Can you wrap a car yourself?
Absolutely. There’s nothing stopping you from attempting a DIY car wrap. However, the process requires a good deal of careful preparation. You’ll need to source the necessary tools and materials for installation and maintenance, as well as researching tutorials and how-to guides yourself.
Does wrapping a car devalue it?
Car wraps are removable, so there’s no reason a well-installed wrap should devalue a car that’s in good condition. In some cases, previous repairs to the bodywork can cause some paint to come off during the process. Generally speaking, though, a vinyl wrap is considered a temporary effect – unlike painting your car, which is a permanent change. However, this does depend somewhat on the type of car you’re trying to sell and if you’re selling with the wrap left intact (some cars, for example, will simply sell for more in their original painted state).
Do car wraps damage paint?
Typically, a well-installed car wrap should cause no damage to the paint as long as the vehicle is in top condition. In fact, a vinyl wrap often to prevent scratching and other visible damage to paintwork. Removal of the wrapping can sometimes cause damage to the underlying paintwork, but any instances where this could happen are often spotted during pre-wrap vehicle inspection.
Does a car wrap affect insurance?
It’s important that you inform the DVLA and update your car’s V5C when it has been wrapped. Although it won’t affect the performance of the car, a wrap is technically classed as a modification, so it must be declared when taking out an insurance policy. Every insurance company has a slightly different take on what this means for your policy.
Is a car wrap worth it?
Car wraps are a great alternative to repainting. Cost-effective and durable, they allow you to change your vehicle’s aesthetic, and in a completely reversible way. At the same time, they can help to protect your paintwork from day-to-day nicks and scratches.
How much does it cost to wrap your car?
The cost of car wrapping depends on: the size and condition of the vehicle, the specifics of the design being used, and how far your wrapping goes (for example, by including door shuts). A good-quality full wrap for an average sized car would generally start at around £1,500 to £2,000, although prices can reach up to £5,000 and over.
Have any more questions? Talk to our team today!