Car Wrap Companies in Scottsdale, Arizona

AlphaGraphics (Scottsdale – Greenway Hayden Loop)
15455 N Greenway Hayden Loop Suite C13, Scottsdale, AZ 85260

Car wrapping has so many choices that it can spin anyone’s head off their shoulders. Colors, patterns, aesthetics, and even positioning all are adjustable. There are many brands to choose from too, some of which also have color-shifting systems designed to adjust under the sun. Other fabrics such…

AlphaGraphics (Scottsdale – Indian School Road)
7120 E Indian School Rd Suite E, Scottsdale, AZ 85251

Cost-wise, depending on the required changes and whether it is a comprehensive job or a complete cover, vinyl car wrap pricing is approximately within the same range as a new paint job. So it all depends on the customer’s needs. A complete job would not fall below $2,000, but a quality paint job…

Echelon Autosports
15855 N Greenway Hayden Loop #165, Scottsdale, AZ 85260

Our detail-oriented installation procedures sets Echelon Autosports apart from the rest. Our focus is on quality over quantity. Not to mention we take our time to perfect the smallest of details to provide you with a flawless, high-end wrap that, when finished, will appear as a regular paint finish…

Fast Land Window Tinting
2727 N Scottsdale Rd B, Scottsdale, AZ 85257

With a car wrap, you get a crazy and totally personalized new look while simultaneously retaining your factory color. A vinyl wrap doesn’t bear a new paint job’s fat price tag, and it doesn’t need goopy sprays like a dip. You get all the color plus the hot chromatic or matte look that can only be of…

Fastsigns (Scottsdale)
1921 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85257

You can quickly grow your business with an automobile where vinyl promotions are added to the car’s exterior surface. A car wrap is a fairly recent customization technique. It was used mainly for commercial vehicles in the past to advertise the company’s logo and services. Today, however, car…

Imani Grafx
11571 W Jefferson St, Avondale, AZ 85323

Since we are frequently asked to deliver whole projects (design, print, and install), we now provide print and design services in large format on vinyl. We know what works and what doesn’t because we are installers first. Our thorough professional knowledge of the installation process helps our…

Signarama (Scottsdale)
7625 E Redfield Rd Ste 160, Scottsdale, AZ 85260

The best kind of advertisement you can purchase is a vehicle wrap! Car wraps deliver the lowest cost impression of any advertisement and are noticed by most motorists. As an unique promotional tool for your company, the design and graphics are vital to garner the most visibility and marketing power…

Signature Graphics
14425 N 79th St Suite B, Scottsdale, AZ 85260

We offer vinyl solutions to our customers, which provide one of the best return on investment (ROI) in the realm of modern marketing. Our mesmerizing custom graphics and wraps for vehicles are sure to turn heads. We are committed to offering the very best services in graphic design and vinyl wrap a…

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    About Scottsdale

    In 1888, Visiting the Salt River Valley, Army Chaplain Winfield Scott was pleased with its promise and subsequently made a down payment on 640 acres to start a farming venture. Near the heart of present-day downtown Scottsdale, the acquisition of Scott will be the catalyst for the city that bears his name to grow.

    Scottsdale’s favorable climate, the location of the irrigated desert, and the stunning scenery affected its initial settlement. While the primary draw was agriculture, many health seekers came to Scottsdale in its early years. Many of the town’s initial inhabitants, recruited from back East and the Midwest by Scott, were educated and had an appreciation for cultural activities. In 1896, these early settlers founded the Scottsdale public school system, embraced a burgeoning community of artists and writers in the early 1900s, and facilitated Scottsdale’s association with the earliest resorts in the area, the Ingleside Inn (1909) and the Jokake Inn (1922).

    As the city pushed northward into the high Sonoran Desert and experienced many building booms, the following decades brought more population and land development. By 1980, 88.6 square miles contained a population of more than 88,000. By 1990, it had reached more than 130,000 in population and grown to around 185 square miles, approximately its present size. By 2000, the city had over 202,000 inhabitants and by 2019, 258,000.

    Neighboring cities include Fountain Hills, Carefree, Cave Creek, Paradise Valley, Tempe, and Phoenix.