INFORMATION ABOUT WRAP VINYLS IN HOUSTON TEXAS - WRAP VINYL BRANDS
LIMITED TIME OFFER! FROM 1/1/24TO 3/30/23!
NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE FOR PRINTING DESIGNS!
NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE FOR GRAPHIC REMOVALS!
These are the top Brands. Each Brand Makes 2 Kind of Vinyl's. 1 Kind is Calendared the other Kind is Cast.
TYPE OF VINYL
•Calendared is only for flat surface. Meaning Flat. *I Don't Use Any Calendared Vinyl For Wraps Regardless of the Brand.
•Cast Vinyl is the one used by me 100% of the time for all wraps, this is very helpful as it has a longer life span, great for curves, rivets.
Now that you know the first part, the next part is knowing that each brand also makes 1-3 different tiers of cast vinyl's.
WHAT'S INCLUDED IN ESTIMATED COST
1. The Printed and Laminated Vinyl and Standard Installation. *project must total between 250-500sqft
WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED IN ESTIMATED COST *Unless There is A Promo or Deal Made for Complete Project
Design (+$75-$250) , Graphic Removal (+$100-$250), Mobile Installation (+$50/day), After Hours Installations (+$50/day)
How is the Job Priced Out?
1.Vinyl Type 2.Total Sqft 3.Install Difficulty 4.Design 5.Other Details
3M'S CAST VINYLS & ESTIMATED COST
IJ170CV3 Estimated Life Span: 5-7yrs Warranty: 1yr $ x SQFT
IJ175CV3 Estimated Life Span: 5-7yrs Warranty: 1yr $1x SQFT
IJ180mC-10 Estimated Life Span: 5-7yrs Warranty: 1yr $ x SQFT
IIJ180CV3 Estimated Life Span: 5-7yrs Warranty: 1yr $ x SQFT
IJ280 Estimated Life Span: 5-7yrs Warranty: 1yr $ x SQFT
SV480mC Estimated Life Span: 5-7yrs Warranty: 1yr $ x SQFT
IJ180mC-10LSE Estimated Life Span: 5-7yrs Warranty: 1yr $ x SQFT
IJ180mC-10SLS Estimated Life Span: 5-7yrs Warranty: 1yr $ x SQFT
IJ180mC-120 Estimated Life Span: 5-7yrs Warranty: 1yr $ x SQFT
780MC Estimated Life Span: 5-7yrs Warranty: 1yr $ x SQFT
How to Compare Vehicle Wrap Quotes
What’s the Difference?
Named for the process that it goes through in manufacturing, cast vinyl starts as a liquid then is poured into a mold (aka a cast) and is approximately 2 mils thick. The product is stretchy and more conformable; it is often referred to as High Performance or Premium film. Cast vinyl is recommended for complex surfaces with curves, rivets, and corrugations. These films typically last 7+ years outdoors.
Like the name suggests, the product starts as a solid and goes through a series of rollers to flatten it out. Calendered vinyl is usually 2.5 mils to 4 mils thick. Referred to as Short Term, Economy, or Intermediate films, the product is not conformable and doesn’t stretch as well. It is best for flat, simple surfaces. These films are less durable than cast and typically last 3-6 years.
•Choosing the Right Vinyl for the Job
When determining what type of vinyl is best for your project, the most important thing to consider is the application you are using it for. Cast film is more resistant to weather abuse and sun energy, making it perfect for long-term applications like vehicle graphics and lasting signage. Calendered film tends to shrink over time, resulting in less resistance to the elements. However, it is more economically efficient, making it perfect for shorter term signs and banners such as “Sale” signs and ever-changing applications.