"Ink Signs are not the cheapest, but they are the best?"
This is the sort of feedback we regularly hear from customers that get their vehicle's wrapped with us.
The reason why we are not the cheapest, is because we only use the best quality materials, and we don't cut corners. All of our vehicle wraps are produced using premium and trusted branded vinyls such as Avery and 3M, and we go to the extra effort of removing door handles, lights and other vehicle parts in order to deliver a fully seamless wrap.
We may not be the cheapest for vehicle wraps in the Sutherland Shire, but we are heavily focused on delivering our customers value for money. Which is why we talk more customers out of full wraps than any other sign shop in the Sutherland Shire. Full wraps are not for every business, and our in-house design team can get you as much impact from a partial wrap that avoids unnecessary and time-consuming areas like the roof and front bumper.
Check out our Case Study and FAQ's below for more information as to why you should only trust Ink Signs to wrap your next vehicle.
Read our case study on a potential client that decided to go elsewhere, and see what happens when a wrap goes wrong!
For a full wrap you are looking at upwards of $6000 +GST, however basic packages start from $700 +GST. We find that the majority of customers end up with a design that costs somewhere between $1200 +GST and $2900 +GST
How long is a piece of string? It all depends on a range of things. Is the vehicle garaged? How often does the vehicle gets washed? Etc. We tell our customer to look at it as a 2 to 3 year investment. After that time, you may end up replacing the vehicle, or you may want to freshen up the design. If you leave it on for much longer than that, you do run the risk of it damaging your vehicle. It will also become more difficult to remove the longer you leave it on, so your removal cost will go up. Be very wary of any sign shop that tells you a wrap will last longer any longer than 3 years.
We generally have a waiting list of about 2 weeks, however it generally takes about a week or so for the design and measure process anyway. In regards to the installation, we understand that you need your vehicle back on the road as quick as possible so you can get back to making money. We want to make money too by getting cars in and out as quick as possible, but we don't cut corners or comprise on quality. We find the majority of cars require about a day, however if you are after a full wrap you are looking at up to 3 or 4 days.
90% of our wraps are designed by our in-house design team. These guys are the experts, and are doing it all day every day. They know what looks good, what works and the problem areas to avoid. Some of our customers do have their own graphic designer, which is no problems at all.
We don't charge clients for the design or require a deposit, we just include it as part of the service.
Despite the materials we use being the best on the market, our suppliers only offer a 6 month warranty, and even then it comes with a bunch of terms, conditions and questions. How was the vehicle maintained, how was it looked after etc. As a result, we don't offer a warranty as such, but we stand by all of our wraps. If there are any issues, we want to know about them, so we can get them fixed up and establish why it happened. If one of our customers is driving around unhappy with the state of their wrap, it's bad for both of our businesses.
Because we only use the best quality materials and we don't cut corners or compromise on quality. All of our vehicles are wrapped inside our dedicated work shop, not outdoors in the wind and dust. We don't go near cheap Chinese materials that haven't been tested and we go to the extra effort of removing door handles, lights etc, when some of our competitors will just cut around them.
A wrap is only as good as the paintwork underneath. If the vehicle has deep scratches or chips they are going to show up in the wrap. If the paintwork is chipped and flaky, or there is rust, the vinyl isn't going to adhere as well.
Use the contact form at the top of the page, or send us an email. Feel free to include straight on photos of your car, along with a copy of your logo. PDF or EPS preferred.