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VAN GRAPHICS & WRAPPING

Rock Solid Graphics designing, manufacturing and installing van graphics for over 25 years.

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VAN SIGNWRITING AND GRAPHICS IN NORFOLK

If you’re driving a van for your business, you should get it branded up with your company’s details. Otherwise you’re missing a huge opportunity to promote your business to hundreds of potential customers every day. Whether it’s a full van wrap, more understated van signwriting or indeed a design for a minibus, Rock Solid Graphics can take care of your van livery and commercial vehicle graphics requirements. This service is particularly suited to:

  • Electricians, plumbers and other tradespeople
  • Gardeners and maintenance specialists
  • Mobile pet groomers
  • Caterers
  • Schools and sports clubs.

Here at Rock Solid Graphics, we understand how much businesses rely on their vans. We’re specialists of van signwriting and commercial vehicle graphics in Norfolk. We’ll make sure your van is off the road for the minimal time possible when we install your graphics. But we won’t compromise on quality. You can choose from full or part wraps, simple decals or stand-alone graphics and lettering, depending on your budget, the size of your fleet and the complexity of the design you’d like. We’ll work with you to come up with the right van branding solution and our in-house team will create a professional-looking design which turns your ideas into reality.

To speak to one of the team about van graphics or vinyl wraps, please contact us on 01603 262471 or email hello@rocksolidgraphics.co.uk

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How long do van wraps last?

Similar to wrapping a car, a van wrap typically lasts from three to five years, and sometimes up to ten years in rare cases. However, the longevity of the wrapping depends largely on the quality of materials used, as well as on the level of care given to the vehicle.

Can I wrap a van myself?

Of course, there’s nothing stopping you from attempting a DIY van wrap. The tools and processes are accessible and can be researched online. However, it’s important that you ensure careful preparation, reading how-to guides and instructions as thoroughly as possible to avoid bubbling, tears, wrinkles and other imperfections.

Does wrapping a van devalue it?

A van wrapping is a temporary measure, unlike a brand new paint job. A well-installed and expertly removed wrap should therefore have little effect on your van’s value, if any. In some instances, the original paintwork of the vehicle may allow it to sell for a better price (though this is typically the case for cars more than vans).

Do van wraps damage paint?

A professional wrap shouldn’t damage your van’s paintwork. In most cases, a vinyl wrap helps to protect a vehicle from scratching and other light damage. On rare occasions, installing and removing wraps can cause some surface damage to underlying paint – especially if your vehicle has undergone some previous repairs to the bodywork. Fortunately, these potential problems are usually spotted during the initial vehicle inspection.

Does a van wrap affect insurance?

It’s essential that you contact the DVLA, updating your V5C and insurance details, after wrapping your van. While the wrap isn’t likely to affect your van’s performance in any way, in the law’s eyes it is a significant modification. It’s likely that different insurance companies will have differing opinions on how this should affect your policy.

Is a van wrap worth it?

Wrapping your van is a fantastic alternative to a traditional paint job. As a durable and cost-effective method, there’s no better way to show off your company’s graphics or modify your van’s colouring. Other benefits, such as protection of paintwork from scratches and dents, are also worth considering!

How much does it cost to wrap your van?

The cost of wrapping your van will vary depending on the vehicle’s size and design, as well as the extent of the design job and vinyl coverage (e.g. if including door shuts wrapping) . A simple decal could cost anywhere from £75 to £300. On the other hand, a full vinyl wrap typically starts at £1,500 to £3,000, reaching over £5,000 in some cases.

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