Car Wrap Companies in Gilbert, Arizona

Accu-Tint
1184 E Mary Ln, Gilbert, AZ 85295

Created initially for the U.S. In the early 1990s, this highly strengthened, super clear, and very durable car wrap film was designed to deaden the blow during high-speed impacts of rocks and other debris. It is currently found on many new cars assembled at the factory, but only in a few vulnerable…

AlphaGraphics (Scottsdale)
1451 E Williams Field Rd Suite 102, Gilbert, AZ 85295

Depending on the color, paint store, and quality of the paint, a high-quality paint job can range from $3,000 to $20,000. It will cost $3,500-$5,000 for professionally installed car wraps with the highest quality materials with a life expectancy of 4-10 years, depending on vinyl chosen…

AZ Wrap Guys
75 W Baseline Rd Ste 11, Gilbert, AZ 85296

When customers in Phoenix, Arizona, need to shop for high-quality wrapping supplies, Wrap Guys will have them covered. We concentrate on delivering the best quality vinyl wraps to our customers at the most affordable rates. We specialize in helping all of our customers choose from a selection of…

Fastsigns (Gilbert)
1981 E Pecos Rd #104, Gilbert, AZ 85295

A car wrap could be the solution for someone considering giving their car a fresh lease of life or boosting their business leads. Car personalization has never been easier with different colors and designs available in recent years, as well as the ability to design your own graphics…

Fleet Wrap HQ (Gilbert)
219 S William Dillard Dr Bldg 2 Ste 117, Gilbert, AZ 85233

Established in Gilbert, Arizona in 1997, we specialize in wraps for commercial vehicles. From designing your business logo to crafting and implementing a full branding experience for your fleet, we can do just about anything you can imagine. We’ve been checking and improving our processes and…

Oz Braz
560 E Germann Rd STE 107, Gilbert, AZ 85297

For our vinyl wraps, we prefer Avery Dennison Supreme Wrapping. It offers the highest gloss and a paint-like finish, not to mention it is the smoothest option available. However, because the color of a vinyl wrap is often the determining factor, 3M, Hexis, Arlon, KPMF, and other reputable…

SpeedPro (Gilbert)
1025 N McQueen Rd #155, Gilbert, AZ 85233

We have partnered with ad agencies, marketing firms, schools, and businesses with fleets of vehicles since our local studio opened in 2012. Our marketing experts are ready to work with you closely to prepare and execute a project that successfully targets your target audience…

Spotlight Signs and Imaging
1310 N Acacia Dr #102, Gilbert, AZ 85233

For all your company signage requirements, Spotlight Signs and Imaging Solutions in Central Arizona is your design partner. We work with our customers to understand what success means to them and how best to accomplish it through a full-service design, manufacturing, and installation service…

Street League Wraps
560 E Germann Rd Unit 107, Gilbert, AZ 85297

We use top-rated American films, 3M and Avery Dennison, on each and every car wrap installation we perform. We’re able to turn your vehicle into something completely new using an array of colors from our vinyl partners. To build a fully personalized design that is unique to your brand, our team will…

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    About Gilbert

    In central Arizona, Gilbert is a young, affluent neighborhood. Incorporated on July 6, 1920, Gilbert is a community that, in the past two decades, has seen tremendous growth. In 1902, to build a railway line between Phoenix and Florence, the Arizona Eastern Railway demanded donations for the right of way. On property owned by William “Bobby” Gilbert, a rail siding was built. Eventually, the siding, and the town that sprung up around it, became known as Gilbert.

    Gilbert, fuelled by the building of the Roosevelt Dam and the Eastern and Combined Canals in 1911, was a prime farming community. For several years, it remained an agricultural town and was known until the late 1920s as the “Hay Capital of the World.” During the 1970s, when the Town Council authorized a strip annexation that encompassed 53 square miles of county land, Gilbert started to take its current form.

    Although the population in 1970 was only 1,971, the Council knew that, like the neighboring Phoenix area communities, Gilbert would gradually expand and develop. As Gilbert prepared itself for growth in the 1980s and beyond, this proved to be a farsighted move. The downtown area is now a hotspot for foodies and nighttime entertainment.

    Neighboring cities include Chandler, Queen Creek, Mesa, Apache Junction, Tempe, and Ahwatukee.