Trailer and Boat Wraps
Both trailers and boats are machines that are going to go through a lot of wear and tear. That is going to show up fairly quickly on a paint job. Especially when you have to leave these vehicles out in the sun all day and when you just don’t give them enough care. With boats, if you don’t go in and dry them out quickly once they are out of the water the wear and tear on the paint is going to increase dramatically. What if we told you that we had a great way to protect the paint while giving your boat a fancy new look. Is that something you would be interested in?
Are You Going To Wrap The Whole Boat?
We have seen that most of the times what people ask for is for us to wrap almost the whole boat. The bottom part of the hull though is usually left as is. So we get a lot of people who want to know if this is something that has to be done or we can just go ahead and cover the whole boat. Most of the time we are not going to wrap the whole boat because we don’t want any part of the wrap blocking or catching onto the propeller or any part of the motor. If you want to wrap the whole boat we will do so!
There are a lot of athletes that have sponsorship deals with different brands or people who are trying to promote something by putting their brand on their boat. The reason we bring this up is because these types of wraps are going to come with very specific designs. Most of these designs are a property of the specific brand. If you have permission from the brand to wrap the boat in a certain way we can do it for you.
Trailer wraps are becoming more and more common. Back in the old days, the only vehicles that traveled the country promoting their brand were those that belonged to a circus. These days we have wrapped trailers for sporting events, for celebrities, for virtually anything that you can think of. If you want your brand logo and design to be wrapped around your trailer so you can get that pro look we can help out. Just make sure that you give us a call on an off week so that we get a chance to work.
We are not going to come out and tell you that installing these wraps is rocket science because it isn’t. We mentioned something in the last paragraph that we want to expand on though. We are going to need at least a couple of days to make sure that we are able to set up the wrap correctly. Especially if it is going to be put up to the test with being in the water or on the road a lot.