In recent months, Side Effects’ wraps have been getting a lot of attention. We love the uniqueness, flexibility, and creativity of each new wrap project. We treat each design and customer’s property as if it were our own. Your vehicle, wall, boat, or other recreational vehicle is our canvas. We will work with you to ensure that you receive the desired message and brand image that you are looking for. Wraps are an extremely cost-effective way to advertise your business and the benefits literally last for years!
If someone told you that you could advertise your business to up to 70,000 people in a day for a cost that is substantially less expensive than traditional advertising, would you take them up on the offer? What if that method of promoting your business lasted for 3-5 years or longer and didn’t require additional cash outlay after the initial purchase? You would jump at that opportunity, right? That is what a vehicle wrap can do for you.
Wraps are very versatile and can be applied to many different types of surfaces. You’ve probably seen plenty of vehicle wraps, but did you know you can also put a wrap on most wall surfaces (both interior and exterior)? You can also wrap your recreational vehicles such as golf carts, boats, 4-wheelers, snowmobiles, RV’s, and trailers.
If this sounds intriguing to you, then you’ve come to the right place. At Side Effects, wraps are a part of who we are. Your vehicle, wall, boat, or other recreational vehicle is our canvas. We will work with you so that we know your project desires and will insure that the finished product matches those desires.
What is a wrap?
Simply put, a wrap is material with a printed design that covers a surface. The most typical forms are vehicle wraps (trucks, cars, RV’s, race cars, etc.) and wall wraps. The most popular wrap today is the vehicle wrap. Putting a vehicle wrap on is essentially turning a vehicle into a mobile billboard. The end product looks like it was meticulously painted on when in fact it was applied using a technique that won’t permanently alter the existing paint on the vehicle. It can be removed in the future for new wrap designs or if the customer wishes to return the vehicle back to its former color. Wraps can also be applied to various other items. Another one of our popular wraps is the wall wrap. Think of a wall wrap as a mural. We use a material that adheres to the surface of the wall and the finished product looks like a large painting. Wall wraps are completely customizable. They can be designed to fit whatever space you need filled. Our design team will work with you to insure that your wall wrap is exactly what you want.
The short answer is – It looks great! Aside from the short, easy answer, wraps are valuable tools that can be a part of your organization’s branding identity. Vehicle wraps turn a normal, non-descript vehicle into a moving, mobile billboard for your organization. Think of where your vehicle or your fleet vehicles drive. How many potential customers are you missing out on because your vehicle isn’t living up to its full potential to help your business grow? When you compare the cost of a vehicle wrap to other forms of advertising, you will find no better bang for your buck than a vehicle wrap.
How must does it cost?
Check out our pages for the specific project you have in mind for more information regarding the cost of each type of wrap.