- Wrapping Terms and Conditions
Wrapping Terms and Conditions
- We cannot accept responsibility for consequential damages or loss of any kind resulting from the sale, installation, or delivery of our wrap products.
- Any verbal order will be accepted, but in the absence of any supportive documentation, Signcentre Wraps will not be responsible for any verbal mistakes. Everything must be in writing.
- All work undertaken is under the condition that a complete, high-resolution file is supplied, complete with a color proof, pantone references and purchase order with the exact specification. Where artwork is supplied by the client, it is the responsibility of the client to ensure the artwork is in a “print ready” format. It is the responsibility of the client’s designer to check the dimensions and layout of the actual vehicle(s).
- Proofs are created on a flat surface and viewed at a relatively tiny size on computer screens and 8 inch printed paper. In cases of curves, handles, deep grooves, rubber moldings/trim, on-the-spot adjustments may be made by the installer to assure maximum readability or alignment. In many cases there are slight differences between the printed flat paper proof and the 3 dimensional curved vehicle wrap.
- Where Instasigns Wraps provides the artwork, it is essential the client fully checks the final proof with the actual vehicle to check for any variations (i.e. style of lights, positioning of number plates and other major (no. of doors) or minor variations.
- The accuracy of the templates provided has a margin of error of a few inches. It is recommended that designers design vehicle wraps with this in mind, avoiding the extreme edges of the wrap with vital information. Measurement of the vehicle is always recommended. See our artwork guide for more detailed advice and information.
- It is the responsibility of the client to provide or purchase quality, high resolution pictures for large format printing. Signcentre will not be held responsible for low resolution images provided by the client for printing.
- It is not reasonable to expect an inkjet printed 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 many cases, a relief cut has to be made into the vinyl that will reveal a small amount of the original vehicles paint color under the vinyl. In some cases a patch needs to be installed to conceal the vehicle’s original color. It is the only option. Areas under door handles, mirrors, behind gas 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 the wrap. It has more to do with material limitations and not install quality.
- Some vehicles have body indents (i.e. Hummers) and since we cannot stretch the vinyl more than ¼”, we are forced to cut the vinyl and cover only the areas that are viewed from a straight-on view of the vehicle. Areas around door handles, mirrors, door locks, wiper motors, antenna, roof racks, etc. are very difficult to make look perfect, and it is very common to cut the vinyl around these areas and piece in the extra vinyl to cover the extra body areas that the vinyl could not cover.
- Due to the fact that a two dimensional print is being applied to a three dimensional vehicle and due to the minor variances in the accuracy of the templates. The positioning of a vehicle wrap can vary from the proof by several inches throughout the entire length of a vehicle wrap. This is normal and wraps need to be designed with this in mind.