A vehicle wrap consists of a design which is developed by our staff of designers, then printed on special vinyl wrap and laminated, and finally installed or “wrapped” on a vehicle. The wrap is applied directly to the vehicle. The application is so precise it is often mistaken for a custom paint job.
Our in-house staff of designers specialize in vehicle wrap design. They work with the client throughout the process to ensure that the message conveyed in the design accurately and appropriately reflects that of the company, product or person. Final proofs, mockups and explanations of the car wrap design are always reviewed prior to sending the job to print.
Our onsite printing department and staff ensures the accurate transfer of the images through its advanced art print server. The large format printers are fitted with state of the art ink systems insuring the best color schemes and resolution available in the car wrap industry. We have carefully chosen the media we print on, which has been time tested for use in vehicle wraps.
Our installers are put through a rigorous apprentice program before they are given the title of expert installer. Once they have reached this level, they are capable of handling the most intricate design wrap installations. The vinyl material is accurately laid out and applied to the vehicle – the actual process is extremely precise, requires a lot of experience and is difficult to explain in writing.
Toronto Wraptors has a dedicated 10,000 sq ft installation facility in Mississauga, Ontario in addition, Toronto Wraptors has agreements to use similar facilities for onsite installations in our other major cities of operations. Finally, our staff of installers will travel to any location in the GTA and Ontario.
Yes, but only rear side and rear windows. Window wraps are printed on a special perforated vinyl that allows the driver to see through the rear and side rear windows.
Yes. Graphics, logos, and phone numbers (or any part of the design) can be changed, reprinted and re-installed as overlays on the car wrap.
Yes. Our program, [Wrap It into the Finance], will allow small businesses to finance vehicle wraps.
Yes. The wrap can be removed. However, attempting to remove it yourself may cause damage to your paint. We suggest having Toronto Wraptors de-install your vehicle wrap as our installation experts are best equipped this task.
No. A car wrap, when applied and removed correctly, does not damage your car’s OEM paint. In fact, it protects it.
A Toronto Wraptors vehicle wrap has a full warranty of 3 years.
No. Our company designs, prints and wraps vehicles for businesses looking to advertise on their vehicles. We are not a driver – advertiser broker. (i.e. we do not find or run a database of drivers for advertisers or vise versa)
Yes. Since a wrap can be removed without damaging a vehicle, there are no restrictions against wrapping a leased vehicle.
It is best to hand wash your wrapped vehicle. In general, avoid power washing and do not use an ice-scraper. Brushing windows and the use of a rear defroster will cause no damage to your window wrap.
A size of the wrap (Full, ½ or ¼) simply refers to the percentage of the car that is covered by the wrap. This is also referred to as a partial vehicle wrap and a full vehicle wrap.
Our vinyl car wraps are typically completed in 2-4 days, depending on the size of the vehicle and intricacy of the wrap. Time estimates are given to our customers prior to beginning the installation process.
Yes. We have wrapped boats, jet skis, motorcycles, buildings, storefronts, tradeshow walls, appliances.
Toronto Wraptors is located in 1175 Meyerside Dr Unit 8, Mississauga,
ON L5T 1H3.
If any of these locations are not close to you, we can have our installers come to you if you live in:
Durham Region: Ajax, Clarington, Brock, Oshawa, Pickering, Scugog, Uxbridge, Whitby
Halton Region: Burlington, Halton Hills, Milton, Oakville
Peel Region: Brampton, Caledon, Mississauga
York Region: Aurora, East Gwillimbury, Georgina, King, Markham, Newmarket, Richmond Hill, Vaughan, Whitchurch–Stouffville
Dufferin County: Mono, Orangeville
Simcoe County: Bradford West Gwillimbury, New Tecumseth