21 Nov Choosing A Boat Wrap Company

If you’ve made the decision to add a wrap to your boat, it’s important that it is done correctly. Choosing a boat wrap company will make or break the final outcome. Price is important, but the quality of the craftsmanship and workmanship is the most important factor in choosing who wraps your boat. We will give you some things to look for to make sure you’re making the best decision.

Expertise And Portfolio

Applying a boat wrap is something that takes practice and expertise. The first question you should ask a prospective wrapping company is how many years they have been in the business. When a wrapping company first starts, there will be mistakes. Companies who have been in business for years have gotten to the point where mistakes are all but non-existent.

Also, make sure you take a look at their portfolio. Any great wrap company will have an extensive portfolio for your perusal. You can see what their design style is and if it matches your tastes. You’ll want to ask whether the designs that you like were designed in-house or elsewhere. Companies who create their own designs are your best bet as you know they’ll be able to accommodate your wishes.

Materials And Warranty

Another important part of a successful boat wrap is the quality of materials used. For wraps, you want a company that uses name brands like Avery or 3M. These brands are the most dependable and highest quality. You also want to ask about their laminating process. Lamination is extremely important in maximizing the longevity and appearance of your wrap. No corners should be cut in this department, and unfortunately some companies will skimp in this area.

Find out what sort of warranty or guarantee the wrapping company offers. For example, we offer a 14 day warranty which covers and issues regarding the application or materials. Unfortunately, sometimes a wrap will get damaged during your adventures. To combat this, we also offer an Extended Care Warranty which will grant you up to 5 repairs within a one year period. This is a great piece of mind.

If you find a company that checks all of these boxes, you will most likely love the outcome. Choosing a boat wrap company isn’t difficult but you should take your time and make sure you’re getting all that you pay for.