Charlotte Vehicle Wraps

For many businesses, the most effective sign type is a vehicle wrap. It’s a 24/7 billboard that perfectly targets the customers near you and is cost effective. The return on investment of vehicle wraps is astounding, even more so when you have a smart design that stands out and reflects your brand values. At QC Signs & Graphics we design and install outstanding vehicle wraps in Charlotte, NC.

Why Vehicle Wraps Work

You may think that custom vehicle wraps work just because they tend to be loud, colorful, busy signs. But, that’s not so. Even sophisticated brands can get a vinyl vehicle wrap that reflects their high-end products or services, and that more muted wrap will still attract attention.

Why do vehicle wraps really work? They are rare curiosities that people enjoy looking at. Bored drivers passing by are naturally interested in the wrap. They wonder about the business a auto wrap advertises, and what it does. They know the business must be local, or they wouldn’t be driving by. People know a vehicle wrap is relevant to them and that piques their interest too.

Unlike in-your-face ads on the internet or in your mailbox, a commercial vehicle wrap is more subtle. Sure, it could be plastered in bright colors, but you have a choice whether to look at it. More frequently than not, people choose to look at them.

As a result, it’s simple to build a brand presence, raise brand awareness, and even advertise sales with a vinyl vehicle wrap.

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Which Businesses Benefit from Vehicle Wraps & Graphics in Charlotte, North Carolina

A simple litmus test for whether your business could benefit from a vehicle wrap is simply to ask yourself if you, or your staff, drive to work and if you want to advertise locally, for a low cost. Most Charlotte businesses can say yes. Of course, certain businesses are more attracted to vehicle wraps. Perhaps they spend more time on the road (though a vehicle wrap works even when parked) or they have a lower advertising budget. These businesses typically include contractors, tradespeople, essential services and those in shipping and transport, such as:

  • Plumbers
  • Roofers
  • Taxis, transport services
  • Ambulances
  • Shipping companies
  • Large chain retailers
  • Repairman
  • Food trucks
  • Builders
  • Tourist transport
  • Delivery services

Choose QC Signs & Graphics for Your Vinyl Vehicle Wraps in Charlotte, NC

Quality material, expert installation, and creative design. That’s what you can expect from QC Signs & Graphics when you choose us for your vehicle graphic or wrap. Getting a smooth, proper vehicle wrap installation isn’t simple, but our expert installers achieve it every time.



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Ready to start advertising with a vehicle wrap? Reach out to us at QC Signs & Graphics to get started.

Frequently Asked Questions

Vinyl vehicle wraps are thin layers of cut-edge material installed on commercial vehicles’ exterior surfaces. A vinyl wrap is different from painting in that it does not require any priming, sanding, or masking off prior to installation. You can commonly see these on service or delivery vehicles to help promote the business. 

The purpose of a vehicle wrap is to advertise your business and the services that you offer. It’s one of the most effective forms of advertising out there. Your vehicle wrap is on 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, even while you are sleeping! It’s also extremely cost-effective and can pay for itself in a few short months. Vehicle wraps are also great for personal use. 

It depends on the size, material, complexity, and location of the car wrap. The biggest determining factors are material/vehicle type and size. It’s best to contact us directly to get a more accurate estimate of your project. The investment is worthwhile because the cost per impression pays for itself relatively quickly. 

In general, painting a car is more expensive than doing a vehicle wrap. It is difficult to accurately quantify cost differences, as prices vary depending on the contractor, location, and type of vehicle. But in general, if you are looking for a quick change, wrapping your vehicle may be your best bet. 

Even though a vinyl wrap provides an extra layer of protection, the resin in the film is not actually touching the paint. The adhesive that holds the vinyl to the car is only touching the paint’s surface. The adhesive used for that does not damage or alter your paint in any way.