Vehicle Wraps, Trailer Wraps, Store Front Wraps

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Food Truck and Trailer Wraps

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Food Trailer and Stand Decal and Wrap Options
 

     We want your business to stand out from the rest, the way you can get a jump start is with a fresh wrap. 

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Wall Wraps

Wallpaper Canvas Wraps in Houston

Wall Decals, Wraps and Coverings

     There are several factors to consider when selecting the best wall coverings for your home or business.

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Store Front Window Wraps
Window Wraps and Graphics in Houston

Window Graphic and Wrap Options

     The choice is up to you we have every option possible.

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Vehicle Wraps

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Wrap Options and More

     Gain more attention and business immediately promoting your services to 5+ million people here in the great City Of Houston!!! 

     We will offer you various brands and options based on your desired life span and application.

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Comparing Wrap Quotes 1. Vinyl The  type of vinyl that is used is the #1 factor in the longevity of your  wrap. There are two different categories of vinyl that can be used for  vehicle wraps: calendared and cast. Calendared vinyl is thicker and has a  more aggressive adhesive, where cast vinyl has an ultra-thin premium  quality, is highly conformable, and is clean-removing. Calendared vinyl  is typically 50% less expensive, but over several months it will start  to shrink and eventually fail. It will also not conform easily over  rivets and around curves. Therefore, calendared vinyl is not recommended  for vehicle graphics. For vehicle application we recommend only cast vinyl. The product we use is 3M™ brand cast vinyl in a 2-mil thickness (specifically 3M Controltac Graphic Film with  Comply v3 Adhesive IJ180Cv3) for all of our vehicle wraps. This will  ensure that every wrap looks great for years, and is how we can offer a 1  year warranty on our product. 2. Laminate A  wrap is an investment, and a quality wrap should last for 4 to 8 years.  Technically it is not necessary to laminate a wrap, however, it is  industry standard unless the wrap is temporary.  A good UV laminate film  protects against fading, weathering, and scuffing of the print. When  comparing wrap quotes, you want to be sure that a UV laminate film is  being applied. The laminate we use for every vehicle wrap is a clear  film 3M 8518 gloss or 3M 8520 matte product. 3. Ink We use only high quality original equipment manufacturer ink for our Mimaki, & Epson printers to achieve great durability and undeniable  precision. Even though OEM ink is more expensive, we find that it  translates into superior print quality, and delivers consistent color  match. We allow the ink on the graphics to fully cure for 24 hours  before lamination to ensure a beautiful print and proper adhesion. 4. Warranty We offer a 1 year limited warranty on our graphics and wrap installation.  That’s why we use high quality materials and professional installers to  make sure every wrap is a high quality product that will last for many  years. Our customers expect a high return on their investment, and  My Houston Pro is committed to delivering a superior product that you can  trust. ​ We are contacted daily with the simple question: “How much?”  Each vehicle type is different. The vehicles may be about the same size, but can be quite different with regard to year, make, model, and body shape size and configuration. To provide an accurate price for your vehicle wrap require some information that can affect pricing. Below are a few of the variables that we always ask to determine the best and most accurate pricing for you wrap. ​ “Pictures Tell a Thousand Words” The best way to accurately price and design your vehicle wrap, regardless of what it is, is to provide us with some images (both sides, front, and rear). As a matter of fact our design department requires it to prevent any confusion of what we are wrapping and designing for you. Almost every question we have to accurately price and design your wrap can be answered with pictures. Year, Make and Model This is wrap pricing 101. We do use vehicle wrap templates to create wrap designs and mock-ups for our customers. Using the correct templates will help avoid the pitfalls of putting text or images in areas that will break the look of your wrap design. Paint condition of vehicle The condition of the paint or surface of your vehicle is very important. We always want to make sure that the surface of your vehicle will be favorable to good adhesion of your wrap and provide the longevity that you expect from your wrap. Having rust, oxidization, chips, etc. can affect the quality of your wrap installation as well as its expected life. Are you wrapping the windows? Many commercial vehicle wraps require the windows to be wrapped over as well. Wrapping the windows on your vehicle requires a perforated vinyl to accomplish. With the different material type, comes additional square foot of material and additional installation time. Existing graphics or current wrap removal Does your vehicle require the removal of any existing graphics? Does your vehicle already have a wrap on it? Knowing the scope of your wrap project is essential to pricing your project accurately. If you have graphics currently on your vehicle; what kind of material was used? How long has it been on the vehicle for? Complexity of the wrap design, printing, and installation A full wrap on a small car may actually cost more than a standard cargo van. For example a cargo van may not require the bumpers or roof to be wrapped. The van may not need to the area wrapped which would not visible from a standing position. Your vehicle may not have windows to be wrapped thus reducing the cost.   Vehicle Preparation In order to install a vehicle wrap your vehicle must be clean and dry at time of installation. This is crucial to a smooth installation process. Having dirt, mud, rust, tar or other contaminants on the surface may result in material failure. Make sure to clean your vehicle and do NOT use wax or tire shine. The paint surface of your vehicle must allow for adhesion to the painted surface of your vehicle. Having wax or tire shine on the paint can prevent proper adhesion.