To become a PDAA Master Certified wrap company, we had to pass proficiency certification tests.
Vinyl wrap installation is a more complex process than you might think, and it can take quite a bit of time to become proficient. To be certain that your vehicle wrap comes out the way you expect, it is important to work with a PDAA Master Certified wrap company. At King Tutt Graphics, we don’t just have the basic certification of many wrap installers – we are PDAA Master Certified! We create high-impact wrap advertising and marketing campaigns that will drive your branding.
PDAA stands for Professional Decal Application Alliance. It is the premier community for graphics application professionals. To become a PDAA Master Certified wrap company, we had to pass their proficiency certification tests by demonstrating proficiency with all types of vinyl installation, including the complexity of vehicle wraps. This required passing an online test and successfully completing hands-on testing, including the PDAA acrylic test and PDAA rivet test.
As a PDAA Master Certified wrap company serving the Durham, North Carolina area, we have demonstrated our proficiency so that you can be confident we can handle any type of wrap, including boat wraps, bus wraps, RV wraps, ambulance wraps, police vehicle wraps, train wraps, car wraps, truck wraps, van wraps, and trailer wraps. Whether you have one vehicle or need wraps for a whole fleet, you can be confident that our PDAA Master Certified wrap installers will finish the work to your complete satisfaction. In addition, our five-year warranty against fading and peeling means you’ll enjoy the results for a long time to come.
If you have any questions about our wraps and other graphic design services, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
At King Tutt Graphics, our PDAA Master Certified wrap company proudly serves the Triangle, Wake County, Johnston County, and the rest of North Carolina, including Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Apex, Burlington, Charlotte, Morrisville, Clayton and Smithfield, as well as South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Virginia, Washington DC, and Maryland.