Car & Truck Wraps and Lettering by Elmark®

Your brand is unique and deserves to be seen. Elmark’s fleet design team, and certified wrap installers have been bringing visions to life since 1983 – no matter who’s doing the driving.

  • Certified Installers – Elmark’s wrap installers are highly trained and certified by either 3M or Geek Wraps. 
  • Certified Printers – Our wide format HP printers are certified by 3M graphics to ensure the highest level of print quality.
  • Top Quality Materials – Quality begins with choosing the right materials. Elmark’s uses the highest quality vinyl wrapping film on the market – 3M ControlTac. 
  • Over 40 Years of Happy Clients – Trusted by Fortune 500 companies, governments and small businesses since 1983.
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What is a vehicle wrap?

Vehicle wraps are vinyl graphics that are digitally printed on wide format commercial printers, and then carefully applied to the exterior of your car or tuck.

What type of vinyl do you use for vehicle wraps?

We believe that quality begins with using the best products, which is why our vehicle wraps are made exclusively with premium 3M ControlTac vinyl , and protected with 3M overlaminate.

Are your installers trained or certified?

Yes! Our vinyl installers are trained and certified by either 3M or Geek Wraps.

What is the benefit or wrapping a truck or car?

Vehicle wrapping offers one of the lowest cost ways (CPM) to display your brand to a wide audience. Either driving on the road or parked, your vehicle graphics will promote your brand through day and night. 

Do wraps come off easily?

Provided that high quality vinyl was used on the wrap installation, the removal process should be relatively painless. Premium wrap films, such as 3M ControlTac are designed to be removed without leaving adhesive residue.

Lower quality films can be trickier, as the film can separate from the adhesive, leaving you with a goopy mess to clean off.

Can the wrap get wet after installation?

Yes, but give it a few days after the initial installation. We recommend waiting a few days to ensure the vinyl adhesion has taken hold and wont be affected by water or rainfall.

High quality wraps are protected with an overlaminate, which is a clear layer of film that has been applied over the actual print. The ink itself is protected thanks to the overlaminate. 

Will the wrap last in the heat?

Yes! Heat is no match for this vinyl. In fact during the installation process, our installers typically heat the vinyl to 650 degrees during the installation. They then heat the vinyl to 1000 degrees during the process called “post-heating,” which locks the vinyl’s shape to permanently conform to your vehicle. 

Will a wrap hurt my car value?

No way, jose. In fact, it may add to it. Your cars paint job will be fully protected by the vinyl wrap, so after getting years of great use out of your shiny new wrap, you can safely remove the film, and find your paint job preserved in the same state as the day you installed your wrap. 

Can someone help me with the design?

Absolutely! We have a team of highly creative graphic designers, who specialize in branding and messaging. If you don’t have a design of your own, our team cannot wait to create one for you.

Will the vehicle wrap damage my cars paint?

In general, no. Actually, vehicle wraps can protect your cars paint from sun damage and minor abrasions.

There is one caveat – If your vehicle has been in an accident, and painted with less than factory grade paint, there could be a potential for paint lift when the vinyl is removed. It

How long does the process take?

The bulk of the time spent is in the design stage of the vehicle graphic process. Once a design is approved, the installation can usually be completed in one day. Larger trucks, or more complex designs, can take up to three days.

Where do you install the vehicle wrap?

Our vehicle wrapping professionals install at our West Chester, Pennsylvania location.

What areas do you serve?

Our clients are nationwide, but most of our vehicle wrapping clients are located within Philadelphia, Chester, Bucks and Delaware Counties in Pennsylvania, and New Castle County in Delaware.

Specific areas include West Chester, Chadds Ford, Downingtown, Philadelphia, Wilmington, Exton, King of Prussia, Kennett Square, Glen Mills, Malvern, Media, Paoli, Phoenixville, Norristown, Newtown Square, Wayne, Bryn Mawr, and Coatesville.