Terms and Conditions for Printing and shipping a wrap
1) Quotes Subject to Change:
Any pricing given either verbally or as a formal estimate is subject to change based on and not limited to the availability of products, scheduling, scope of work, location of installation, etc. Any changes in pricing will be discussed and agreed upon before proceeding.
2) Art Deposit and Approval:
This is a one time non-refundable, non-transferable fee. Art deposit is not art licensing. All art and proofs remain property of Jason Mathias Studios and Wrapped Up, LLC.
3) Proof Approval
Final installation placement and alignment may not precisely match the 2D client approved mockup. The color of the final graphics may not match the mockup seen on a desktop computer screen, smartphone, iPad or similar device. To ensure the best color match possible, please request a color proof. Graphics applied are intended to be viewed from a distance of at least 10 feet. Jason Mathias produces each graphic with the detail and quality appropriate for viewing from such distance. All measurements provided by customers will be the responsibility of the client and Jason Mathias will not be held liable for any discrepancies due to supplied incorrect measurements.
All payments may be made in the form of credit, paypal or direct transfer via our electronic billing software. You may be requested to provide a credit card authorization form to ensure final payment. Final payment is due upon completion before the wrap is printed and shipped.
5) Use of Images of and References to Completed Work:
Jason Mathias Studios and Wrapped Up may, at its sole discretion, use images and brand names of work completed by Wrapped Up for marketing and advertising purposes. Wrapped Up reserves the right to include the Wrapped Up logo on an inconspicuous location on the rear of the boat or vehicle. All raw files remain the sole property of Wrapped Up.
6)Trademarks and Copyrights
Reproduction, in any form, of copyrighted materials without prior permission of the originator is illegal. It is the responsibility of the client to obtain said permission. We are not responsible for obtaining permission and assume prior permission has been obtained by the client before the request has been submitted. Purchaser assumes liability for patent and copyright infringement when goods are made to the purchaser's specifications.
7) Care and Warranty:
The industry does not offer any warranty coverage for marine wrap installations, only durability ratings. If preventative measures are taken and the proper methodology is used, it is reasonable to expect a wrap to last an average of 3-5 years. Boats must remain out of the water or kept at the dock once damage occurs. High speeds and/or inclement sea conditions can increase damage to the wrap. All fees associated with repairs are at the customer's expense. Defects in the materials may be covered by the manufacturer, but labor and material costs to rectify such issues will be discussed. Trailer damage is extremely common to wraps. Before installation we recommend the use of a v-catch trailer addition. This will reduce but not eliminate the risk of damage. Some trailers are not able to be modified so additional cuts or trimming may be required to ensure the longevity of your wrap.
Should you cancel an order, after accepting these terms and conditions, Jason Mathias reserves the right to charge a 20% cancellation charge calculated to the total amount of the invoice excluding tax.