Boat Wraps in Greenville, SC
A boat wrap is a process of completely or partially covering a boat with printed and laminated vinyl material. Wrapping a boat basically gives the boat a new look at a fraction of the cost of a new paint job or airbrushing while also protecting your existing boat’s gel coat finish. The unique thing about the vinyl material is that it allows us to print almost any type of design, size or color that you can possibly think of.
How Are Boat Wraps Installed?
Our designers are very careful with the design and installation process of vehicle wraps. Instead of using a pre-built online car template, we take photos of all sides of the actual vehicle and build a template using the customer’s car. Once the measurements are taken, our professional designers will start working on the wrap’s design. Then the graphics are printed. Depending on the type of vehicle, installation can take four to five hours to print the graphics and add a laminate that helps protect the wrap from UV rays.
The next step is the installation process which includes cleaning the vehicle. Smoothing out the vinyl wrap and trimming door handles and seams so the doors can open. The duration of installation also depends on the type of vehicle we work on and the intricacy of the wrap. Time estimates are given to our customers prior to beginning the installation process.
Bring Your Brand On The Water!
Are you looking for new effective ways to promote your brand? What if there is a way to carry your brand wherever you go?
A new advertising scheme is into the limelight nowadays. This is called vehicle wrap. A vehicle wrap is a “skin” applied precisely onto a vehicle or a boat. It is known as the marketing practice of completely or partially covering or wrapping a vehicle in an advertisement. The result of this process is essentially a mobile billboard.
At Katazoom, we believe getting noticed can be achieved by vehicle wrap and even boat wraps!. We assist our clients every step of the way until the finished vehicle billboard is done.
Wraps can cover the following areas:
- Port side (PS)
- Starboard side (SS)
- Transom side (TS)
- Deck area (DA)
- Wakeboard towers (WT) in some cases