PARTIAL TRUCK WRAP IN TORONTO
Due to the large build of trucks, getting a full-blown truck wrap could be a bit rough on the wallet. That makes sense for small businesses that can’t be investing in a full truck wrap when they can partially wrap two trucks and double their advertising reach.
A truck is considered to be partially wrapped when a significant amount of its surface is covered by vinyl. A partial wrap is highly encouraged when you’re on a budget or want to wrap more than one truck or both.
Vinyl Wrap Toronto is always eager to wrap trucks because they challenge our design and installation abilities. Those are exactly the kind of jobs that keep us interested in what we do. So far we’ve had a 100% customer satisfaction rate when it comes to wrapping trucks. The material options including the colour and finish remain the same if not more.
Customers get to choose from a wide number of colours offered by Avery Dennison & 3M. However, the design and area to be wrapped may change depending on the customer’s vision.
Customers tend to lean towards Partial Truck Wraps due to the relatively cheaper price and customizable options with the graphics and the area to be wrapped. Often people opt for partial truck wraps for commercial purposes. It is either to have an ad about their brand or the service they’re offering. We welcome customers to contact our team of skilled graphic designers to get the process started.
After careful analysis of instructions given by the client, our team renders a digital mock-up based on the input we receive from the customer. When the client approves the digital mock-up, we print the design onto a printable Vinyl Wrap Sheet and our wrap installers start wrapping the truck.
Normally, when people get a partial truck wrap, they often request us to put customized decals on top of the partial wrap such as a company logo or slogan. This is a smart choice because the decals and the vinyl wrap can be handled individually. This is to prevent the long-term effects of decals.
Decals are known to leave behind tan lines on the paint when people decide to take them off years later. This is a term known as ‘ghosting’. While ghosting can be buffed out of a vehicle’s paint job. It is much easier to remove and install a new partial truck wrap than it is to buff and repaint any affected areas.