These photos are posted to support my Yelp review of Vehicle Wrap, Inc. That review is here: http://tinyurl.com/man2fjr
Here is the electric plug taped to the coach because Vehicle Wrap, Inc. couldn’t put it back as they found it.
Here is its replacement, a vent to cover the hole. I couldn’t put it back in place either, but I can live with a vent. I could not live with the tape. It didn’t seem to matter to Vehicle Wrap.
The grill for the hot water vent was tossed into the cardboard box with other parts ‘n pieces that Vehicle Wrap, Inc. did not choose to re-install.
Here is the grill after I unbent it and put it back in place. Vehicle Wrap must not have even tried, I don’t know. It wasn’t a big deal.…speaking of the box of left over parts, here is the box I found in the coach when the wrap was “done”. The little springs that held on the wasp screens to the vents were over stretched and unusable because they didn’t know how to remove a spring properly – or more likely, they didn’t care. The Ford logos are in the baggie, the water heater screen shown above was here, too. Unbelievable!
Here Vehicle Wrap, Inc. left the inside awning strut undone.
Here is the inside strut after I had several areas painted to match the wrap.
The hinges of the main door, and other hinges as well, were left the old color. I was told such items would be colored with something other than vinyl, but they were simply left undone.
The hinges after the $600 extra I paid a pro to finish them. The paint job also included the door jamb and other areas Vehicle Wrap, Inc., left undone.
The inserts which connect the wipers to the shaft for proper movement were placed outside the wiper arm by Vehicle Wrap, Inc. and the wipers did not work when the coach was done.
Here are the wipers after I had them assembled properly. It was so elementary and yet they didn’t get it right.
The sharp angle above the headlights bubbled badly. I’m sure Vehicle Wrap would have fixed this had I been willing to return it to them, but after the experiences such as shown above, I wasn’t about to let them get their careless hands on my coach again.
I chose to have another vinyl wrapping company do the repair and paid a bit extra for the work.
These photos are posted to support my Yelp review of Vehicle Wrap, Inc. That review is here: (Scroll down to “Vehicle Wrap”) http://tinyurl.com/man2fjr