370 Millard Farmer Ind. Blvd. Newnan,GA 30263

Phone: 770-683-4784 Email: hensonsg@yahoo.com

A full vinyl wrap covers all the surface on a trailer. This prevents stone chip, general wear and tear, scratches and weathering unlike paint which chips away. For example if you live in an area with a lot of loose gravel on the roads, your paint will chip and scratch very easily. Having your cargo trailer wrapped would help to prevent damage to the actual paintwork with cheap and easy to replace vinyl

Once a wrap is on it is fully and easily removable. Therefore the value of the trailer isn't lowered when you go to re-sell it. Having a respray de-values the overall price of the trailer. It is also prohibitively expensive for a full respray. Having the perfect color, pattern and finish for a fraction of the cost is one major benefit of wrapping.

The vinyl does not fade in the sun unlike paint. This means if you damage a panel you can just replace that one panel rather than the cost of a full side if it was painted due to color match reasons.

Vinyl stays a lot cleaner due to the oils and waxing in the surface of the material making life easier to look good. You will find yourself washing less and admiring more!

For businesses, wrapping is a great way to advertise cheaply and extremely effectively. A full wrap for a car produced on high quality film could start from $1500 and could last 3-5 years! It isn't hard to realize the potential for great ad coverage at extremely affordable prices.

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Vinyl cut outs are the same material and consistency as a full wrap but they offer much less real estate coverage.  They are great for phone numbers, website addresses, or business name and logos.  If you are looking to display your business info but don't want a full coverage then a vinyl cut out would be a great option.  Not to mention the pricing would be a fraction of a full wrap.  The one thing to be concerned with on a vinyl cut out is the installation.  Whoever installs the cut outs need to have a good system for placing the letters on straight.  There's nothing worse than a phone number or business name that is crooked on the side of your trailer.