Updated: Sep 20, 2022
Immaculate Paint Protection helps new car owners protect their future classic cars, so they look awesome and stay looking new for years to come.
Looking for a paint protection film installer? I wish I could tell you that all of my competitors were above board, but like any industry, there are some bad apples.
Here’s how to spot a scam and avoid costly mistakes, poor work, even expensive damage to your vehicle. Avoid these types of shops:
· Mobile installers without physical shops (Instead choose a shop that works on and stores vehicles in a safe, climate-controlled location.)
· Custom-cut installers (Instead look for a shop that computer cuts its film.)
· New shops, who are “experimenting” with offering paint protection film (Instead work with a shop with experience and a proven track record.)
· Low-cost offers—who don’t offer quality work (Instead, select a high-quality shop that understands the time and cost of quality materials to do a job correctly.)
· Off-brand materials (Instead, elect for name-brand, high quality materials.)
· Sub-contract labor (instead, support a shop that employees an in-house team.)
· Over promises (Instead, understand that paint protection film is not paint perfection. Ask the shop how they handle warranty issues.)
· Instant availability (Instead, be comfortable with a bit of a wait. A good shop is booking a few weeks to a few months out.)
· Upsells (Instead, achieve a comfortable trust with the shop, knowing ceramic coating is not mandatory to protect the paint protection film.)
Follow these tips, and you’ll greatly increase your chances of finding a paint protection film installer who cares about you and your vehicle and will do a top quality job to keep your vehicle looking newer—longer.
For paint protection film and ceramic coating packages, pricing, and more visit us at https://www.immaculatepaintprotection.com.
About the author: Bill Fetter’s passion for cars started at an early age, as he loved anything with wheels. Through his childhood, Bill observed his dad’s work as a mechanical engineer turned marketing manager and proud lifelong employee of General Motors. During high school, Bill honed his passion for cars by hand-washing and detailing his neighbors’ vehicles. Knowing he wanted to be in the automotive industry, Bill earned a degree in Industrial Engineering from Kettering University in Flint, Michigan. He’s worked as an engineer in the automotive manufacturing, medical device, steel industry, and pharmaceutical manufacturing fields.