Yes, there are a few steps to take prior to your appointment that will ensure your service goes smoothly.
Paint protection film, or "clear bra" as it is sometimes known, is one of the best ways to preserve the showroom quality finish on your vehicle. The virtually invisible film will keep your vehicle looking newer longer, without changing the design features or color- by protecting vulnerable areas such as front bumpers, hoods, side mirrors, door handle cavities, door edges, rocker panels, and rear fender panels. Preserving the finish of your vehicle with paint protection film (PPF) keeps your vehicle looking newer longer, and can enhance the resale value of your vehicle in the future. Protect todays brittle paints from rock chips, bug acids, magnesium chloride and countless other road hazards.
Appropriately taking care of your film will extend the life of the product.
Yes, Suntek Ultra film comes with a manufacturer 10 year warranty against peeling ,bubbling, and yellowing. We stand behind our work to ensure complete customer satisfaction. We would not deliver a vehicle to a customer that we would not be absolutely satisfied on our own vehicles.
Yes, the paint protection film is designed as a semi-permanent application and can be removed if desired. We recommend professional removal.
In Colorado the current tint laws are 27% or lighter on the two front side windows. We offer a 30% film if you're looking to keep it legal. This number is the percentage of light that enters through the tinted glass. We suggest not going too dark as it can be difficult to see at night.
Most complete vehicles can be tinted within a range of $250-$550, depending on the size of the vehicle, the number of windows, and the film chosen. Tinting only the front two windows ranges between $120-$220. We use Suntek® High Performance series film as our standard film. This film carries a lifetime warranty.
The moisture that remains between the film and the glass after installation can cause a hazy, streaky, blotchy appearance. It takes several days for the adhesive/film to completely cure. The remaining moisture will evaporate through the film; depending on the type of film, this process may take a couple of days, or even a couple of months. When the water evaporates completely, your windows should have excellent clarity.
Normally, a vehicle wrap will last between 3 to 6 years on the vehicle depending on conditions, care and overall treatment. At Elements Media, we use the very best products available in the industry. Each component is backed with a proven warranty. Vinyls have 5 – 6 year manufacturer warrantees while latex inks have a range of 3 – 7 years. We also use lamination that acts as a protective film against many abrasive cleaning applications and protects the print from minor scratches and regular wear-and-tear.
Absolutely. The wrap is actually applied to the vehicle using heat and pressure-sensitive adhesives that can be reactivated and removed by our installers. The removal process is short and does not damage the vehicle. It is important to remove the wrap before it degrades.
No. On the contrary, the vinyl will actually serve as a protective layer over the paint. This makes vinyl vehicle wraps ideal for leased vehicles. A vinyl wrap can also increase the resale value of your vehicle. Removal should always be done by a trained professional and before vinyl degrades.