If we are asked to cover existing vinyl decals, we cannot be liable for any damage caused during the installation or removal process to these decals.
Although we try to make the wrap look like a paint job, it is NOT paint. There may be extreme curves and bumps such as rivets and deep channel curves and moldings on the vehicle that the vinyl will not be able to conform to. In some small areas, you will see evidence of the original color of the vehicle below the wrap. These may be small areas such as around door handles, mirrors and the edges of the panels on the vehicles. Some panel like bumpers can NOT be wrap in one piece. A vehicle wrap is made by applying maximum 60-inch panels of vinyl. There will be maximum 1-inch seams where the panels meet.
It is not reasonable to expect a colour vinyl wrap to cover and look exactly like paint or in all the same places look exactly the same. A piece of vinyl has limits and can only stretch so much before it changes color. In some cases, a relief cut has to be made into the vinyl that will reveal a small amount of the original vehicle’s paint color under the vinyl. In some cases, a patch needs to be installed to conceal vehicle’s original color. It is the only option. Areas like door handles, mirrors, behind fuel caps, and inside door frames will not be wrapped. If we wrap Extreme curved surfaces such as mirrors and bumpers they may reveal the original paint color at the tight edges of,/p. the wrap. It has more to do with material limitations and not install quality.
B.N. Window Tinting can not be held responsible for any damage void of vehicle warranty or anything caused through the application of the vinyl products. B.N. Window Tinting is not liable if during the installation of a wrap the clear coat of the car begins to peel off. Originally painted vehicles will not have any problems with the clear coat peeling off. However, it is the duty and responsibility of the owner of the vehicles to ensure suitability of the existing surface before it is wrapped.
It is standard procedure in our industry to wrap over existing graphics when it can not be removed using conventional methods. B.N.Window Tinting will not be held responsible in any way if the client is not happy because the existing graphics were not able to be removed using conventional methods of removal.
The application process in many cases takes no longer than a week for full wraps and partial wraps can be done within one day. It’s not a good idea to rush the install process many things can go wrong. Also, B.N. Window Tinting reserves the right to take an additional day.
The wrapping material that is used for vehicle wraps, does not stick very well to plastic or rubber parts such as window trims, side plastic moldings and plastic door handles. It is advised that these areas NOT be wrapped with adhesive vinyl. Initially, the vinyl will stick, but over a short period of time such as a few months, the vinyl will fall off these areas.
Full wraps DO NOT automatically include the roof wrap. The additional cost of labor and materials to wrap a roof can range from £150.00 for a small van, up to £400.00 for high van roof wrap. Most clients do not wrap the roof of their vans.