We provide a one-stop shop for our customers print, tint & wrap needs. If you have a question regarding a service or pricing, hit us up!
- Commercial Wrap
- Food Truck Wraps
- Specialty Wraps
- Residential Tint
- Commercial Tint
- Auto Tint
- Business Cards
- Wall Graphics
- Vinyl Decals
- Event Tents
- Professionalism customers can see
- Create brand awareness
- Stand out from the competition
Print & Wrap
- Keep eyes on your brand
- Expand your influence
- Create a visually stunning mobile advertisement
- Save money on heating and cooling
- Enhance privacy while maintaining natural light
- Add beauty and value to your property
“Brian with HMD did the tint on my maxima! And not only does great work but will also stand behind their work. (When I had an issue) I took it back and was immediately taken care of and have never have had another issue In over two years. The tint still looks fantastic and my black on black car sits outside year round.”
“Brian did a great job tinting on my mom’s vehicle even tho it gave him problems he finished. 🙏🏽 DOING A GREAT JOB, I mean he has done my Mom’s other vehicle a couple years ago, so why not stick with a guy I trust. 😁”
“I’ve had multiple vehicles tinted by Brian, he does a great job every time. Give him a shot, you’ll be glad you did!”
Should I prep my vehicle prior to install?
Yes, we would prefer the vehicle to be washed before you bring it in for the install. This way we can assure the wrap will be completed in the proper amount of time.
Can you print on (insert random object here)?
We can print on almost anything, but to be sure, call us at (480) 586-3006 with your project idea and details.
How do I care for my vehicle wrap?
We recommend hand washing your vehicle with a non-abrasive sponge, soap and water. Do not high pressure wash the wrap, it could cause the vinyl to tear or seems to peel.
What is window tint film?
Window film is made of layers of a polyester material that blocks UV light, heat, and glare. It comes in a variety of shades and performance levels depending on your needs. Film percentage numbers refer to the amount of light that is allowed through the film; the lower the percentage, the darker the film.
3131 S Park Dr #2 | Tempe, AZ | 85282
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