What are the prices for printing??

Price is based on a set-up fee and sizing (per square meter). Contact our staff for a free quote.

What photos can I use?

A good quality photo means that it is 300DPI or 150DPI at the actual size you want to print. Websites with stock images such as Shutterstock have over 60 million high-quality images to choose from. You can also consider consulting with a local designer to customize the perfect image.

How long will the print last for?

Subject to wall condition, we guarantee they will last 15+ years for indoor prints and 2+ years for outdoor prints. Prints dry 30 minutes after the job is complete, and walls can be wiped down with a wet cloth without damaging the print.

How do I remove the print in the future?

Apply 2 coats of paint over the print, although more could be necessary depending on the color of the image and the consistency of the paint.

How long will it take to print my image?

Timing will be dependent on the size of your image. The printer will print 1 square metre in 30 minutes, and there is a 30 minute setup time. For example, a 4 square metre job will take 2.5 hours including the setup time.

What surfaces can you print on?

We can print on almost any flat surface, such as plaster, stucco/render, glass, wood, tiles, steel, canvas, and blinds. If you have another type in question, call us or we will review it in your enquiry form.

Can I print on walls that are not white?

Light cream colors or white are the most ideal, but any wall can be reviewed beforehand. We can’t paint on black or dark blue, but we can offer a painting service for extra charge.

What is the maximum print size?

Our Wall Printer works vertically, it can print up to 2.5 metres high and 20 metres wide in one go, but the width itself is unlimited. The minimum job size is 1 square metre.

Is there a difference in price between colour, and black and white prints?

No, prices are purely dependent on size (per square metre) regardless of the amount of colours.

Are there any limitations?

Wall Conditions:
To ensure the best results, we recommend that you check if your selected wall is in good condition; free of holes, scratches, stains, or moisture that might affect the quality of the image. If your wall is in bad condition, we suggest you undertake repairs before we begin printing.
General Limitation:
  1. Work undertaken in premises higher than ground level, such as upstairs rooms in a house, or second floor (or more) apartments, will be subject to internal accessibility.
  2. Images covering two or more surfaces at an angle of 90 degrees, such as a wall and a ceiling, will have a 20 cm gap between the top, bottom and sides of the image overlap.
  3. Images with white colour cannot be reproduced on coloured walls.

If you are unsure about any of the points above, feel free to contact us and we will help you out!