Custom wraps and colour changes have come a long way over the past 10 years. There are many different finishes available including gloss, matte, textured vinyl, and so much more. By combining different finishes and vinyl colours, you can achieve a brand new car wrap and fleet vehicle graphic look. It’s important to note that the type of vinyl you use makes a huge impact on longevity and the ease at which installers can remove your car wraps. The installation process can vary from location to location. That’s why we always remind our customers that experts and the adhesive used are paramount to your custom car wrap. The most important feature of vinyl is the glue. We like to use 3M products because we know that we will not run into any problems during the installation process and later during removal.

Paint Like Finish

Achieving a paint-like finish is not easy. It takes time and skill to create masterful finishes that appear painted. Many portions of the vehicle must be removed (i.e. door handles, mirrors, etc.) in order to ensure seamless finishes. Our experts use a special technique when installing your custom car wraps and graphics, that creates overlapping seams. We do this to avoid entry points for wind, dust, and remain, which in turn avoids bubbling and tearing. We utilize different techniques with similar quality in mind when wrapping large-scale truckers or when installing trailer wraps.

Vehicle Protection

Car wraps, vehicle wraps, fleet wraps, and truck wraps all serve as protective measures that help keep your paint fresh and free from chips and scratches. Wraps can be customized in a variety of finishes, textures, and colours, that create a brand new vehicle all their own. And when you’re ready to uninstall your car wrap, underneath you will find stunning, fresh, and brand-new paint finishes that look like you just drove your car off the lot.


The flexibility of vinyl car wraps allows our experts to mould your wrap to the unique curves of any vehicle. People often come to us to get either carbon fibre or gloss black vinyl put on the hood and roof of their cars to make their vehicle a little different – we love creating unique finishes. Instead of getting a new paint job, imagine stunning bumper-to-bumper car wraps, graphics, or colour changes at less than half the cost? Have a look through our gallery to see what is possible!

Vinyl or Paint

There are a few things to consider when deciding whether to wrap or paint your vehicle. Vinyl is temporary, while painting finishes are permanent. Depending on your car make, paint goals, and more, a vinyl wrap can be much more cost efficient and easier to remove and install. On the other hand, once you paint your vehicle, the original colour must be repainted. With car wraps, your original paint job is always revealed underneath once your car wrap is removed.