Spray in Bedliner FAQ:
Spray in bed liners start at $599 installed for pickups with up to 8ft bed. Our premium bedliner is $699. Larger commercial trucks are quoted individually.
Generally just one price. If your truck bed has been heavily used with oil base or chemical products, there may be some cost for solvent type pre-cleaning. The truck bed should be empty of tools, materials, tool boxes, fifth wheel hitches, etc, before bringing the vehicle to us. We can do all of this for you but there will be a fee. We do have a $5 shop fee on every ticket.
Usual turn around time is 4 hours. The truck will be dry to the touch when you pick it up.
The product cures internally and is completely hard within an hour after installation, but we recommend you wait 24 hours before putting materials in the bed or before pressure washing the truck.
An old beat up truck bed can look great with a new liner! The bed must have a solid metal surface, no rust. The existing cosmetic condition of the truck bed makes no difference, but the existing paint must be solid. The liner is sprayed over the existing surface, so if your paint comes off, the liner will come off with it.
Our technicians have gone through extensive training and use the utmost care and precision for every spray in bedliner application to deliver the highest quality protection your vehicle deserves. We prepare the surface of the truck bed diligently before applying the best spray in bedliner that suits your needs to ensure the highest quality, longest lasting and best-looking liner possible. This is an investment that will prevent damage to your truck and add a watertight, non-slip surface to stop cargo from sliding around. We offer a lifetime warranty on our spray in bedliners for your confidence and peace of mind.