Car Wrap Companies in Peoria, Arizona

AZ Customz
9299 W Olive Ave Ste 412, Peoria, AZ 85345

AZ Customz is an auto detailing and window tint company that serves the entire Phoenix area proudly. We are known to provide quality and ample automotive detailing services at affordable prices. We know that time is of the utmost importance to our customers, so we also provide mobile services for…

Fleet Wrap HQ (Peoria)
14050 N 83rd Ave UNIT 74, Peoria, AZ 85381

The ink we use is just as critical as the vinyl we use, and we’re not in the business of using low-quality alternatives. Some inks do not stretch well and can bleed. Over time, some will crack or fade. On any vehicle wrap we make, we use ink that stands the test of time and provides vibrant color…

Signarama (Peoria)
8581 W Kelton Ln Ste 210, Peoria, AZ 85382

With our high-quality, high-resolution vehicle wraps, we will meet your company’s needs, whether you are looking to wrap a single vehicle or an entire fleet. We have the solution for any size of car, truck, bus, van, RV, or trailer you might have. We also carry a wide range of high quality and…

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    About Peoria

    In Peoria’s early days adobe homes were either constructed by these first settlers, or large tents were used to stay safe from the eliments. One half of the tent held a floor and acted as living quarters, while food, hay, spare furniture, and tools were housed in the other half. Rattlesnakes, scorpions, and desert rats often sought shelter from the hot desert sun underneath the surface. When floods washed out the canal diversion dam, life was even more complicated.

    It was a six-mile trek to the Grand Canal for domestic water and stock water when this occurred. Settlers had to dip water from the canal into barrels while there. A rise in traffic along this route came with the growth in production at Vulture Mine, and so it was called Grand Avenue in 1887. By 1888, Peoria was truly on the map with a U.S. Post Office’s development for its 27-strong rising population. Peoria’s nucleus was firmly set on Washington and Grand Avenue after the new townsite had been surveyed and a well dug in the northwest corner of section 26.

    Gradually, as entrepreneurial companies came in to meet the growing population’s needs, a town was born. In 1954, the city was officially incorporated. The town still had only around 2,500 inhabitants by 1970. It had all the stores of a small, self-sufficient, and warm-hearted culture, though. Today, Peoria continues to grow and prosper, with a population of more than 175,000.

    Neighboring cities include Avondale, Glendale, Sun City West, Surprise, Anthem, and Phoenix.