BMW X5 - Satin and Gloss Black
Over the beginning of this year, we have had a few customers go looking for a better deal only to find disappointment and actually end up paying quite a bit more than they were originally quoted. This was the worst of the stories that we had been told. We initially quoted this wrap back in November, but the customer wanted to have it done sooner than our schedule would allow and he went looking for greener pastures. He ended up finding a company here in town that would do the work immediately and for $1500 less. Fast forward 3 months and we were again contacted by the client. It turns out the company had the vehicle that entire time and had wrapped it over and over again and it still wasn't even close to a good job. The company had gotten to the point where they disassembled the vehicle, but couldn't figure out how to put it back together. The customer had to hire an outside tech to go in and reassemble the vehicle, but some things were still quite wrong. When we got the vehicle, not only was the vinyl in such deplorable shape that it had to all be completely redone, but the vehicle itself was so scratched up and misaligned that it was painful to look at. As we removed the companies poor attempt at a wrap we kept finding more and more surprises. Broken door handles, broken molding clips held on by tape, sharpie drawn on the car to cover the bad wrap, deep cuts in the paint and so on.
The main thing to take away from this cautionary tale is this, there may be a reason something is so cheap and the company can get you in immediately. If no one else wants to work with them, even though their prices are so low, that should be a red flag. No matter what company you choose to wrap you vehicle, do your research. Check out online reviews, look at the company's work, try to see some in person if you can.