How To Choose The Right Car Wrapping Company For You

If you have decided to go ahead and get yourself a car wrap, you need to make sure you only work with a professional company that has the experience and ability to do the job right. Here are some guidelines to help you find a reputable car wrapping company:

Check out their references. If a company has a good reputation, it will probably be reflected in the comments and reviews from its customers. Do a Google search and see what comes up. If there are a lot of positive reviews, that’s a good sign the company is doing a good job. However, there should also be at least a few negative comments. These are usually from people who had a bad experience and weren’t able to get their money back.

On the whole, you should be looking for a ratio of about 5 or 6 positives to every negative comment. Anything less than this and you should probably think twice about working with the company. Get A Written Proposal. Never agree to anything verbally without getting a written proposal. Make sure the proposal includes the following: The approximate cost of the job. A detailed description of the materials and products the company will use to complete the project. The approximate start and completion date.

The company’s guarantee. If the company is able to give you a guarantee, make sure it is a reasonable one. Don’t expect a company with a 90%+ “client satisfaction” rating to be willing to actually meet your needs if something goes wrong. However, don’t expect a company with an almost zero “client satisfaction” rating to be willing to actually meet your needs if something goes right.

Surprisingly, I have found this to be true even with companies that have an A+ rating from the BBB. Always insist on seeing some sort of written proposal before you sign any contract with a car wrapping company. Look For Companies With A History Of Doing A High Volume Of Business In Your Particular Area. If a company has been in business for 10 or 15 years, it probably knows its stuff when it comes to applying graphics and vinyl to vehicles. It should also have a good idea of what types of projects it can take on and how much it will cost to complete them.

Most importantly, it should have a good idea of how well it can satisfy its customers. You can find this information out by asking for references and talking with the existing clients the company has on file. Do A Criminal Background Check On The Owner Or Operators Of The Company. Believe it or not, there are a lot of really dumb people out there who think owning a car wrapping business will automatically make them smart. There are countless stories of guys who have owned car wrapping businesses that fall into this category.