Work in progress. The first photo is our install. The following photos are the wrap that was on this van before. Every panel was failing and the installer cut directly on the paint in multiple areas. We removed the wrap and are in the process of reinstalling.
Wraps are a relatively inexpensive way to advertise and to give your work vehicles a professional look. But doing your research on the shop installing your wrap is extremely important. More often than not the lowest bid results in you paying twice for your wrap and leaves you with a damaged vehicle.
The best way to make sure you're getting a quality wrap is to visit the shop and check out some of their work in person. If you aren't able to see their work in person your next best option is to look online for reviews. However, be wary of photos displayed online. Most wraps look good in a photo taken from 10 feet away.
There are plenty of quality installers out there. It simply takes a little bit of effort to research and find a trustworthy shop/individual 👍
Check out @wrappermapper to see if any verified/certified installers are in your area. 3M and Avery also list their certified installers on their respective websites.