Every Inch: Protected
Have you ever seen a classic pickup with its bed rusting right off? It’s a sad sight, and one that doesn’t have to happen anymore. With our spray-in polyurethane bedliners, every surface, nook, and cranny of your truck bed is protected from impact, abrasion, chemicals, and rust. It makes your truck look even better while making it a higher-performance workhorse. We apply all of our spray in bedliners in house in our own on-premises paint booths.
Drop-in bedliners leave gaps that collect moisture and allow rust to form despite the presence of the liner. Spray liners are the hands-down better option for eliminating all surface vulnerabilities. If you’re looking for even more protection than a regular spray in bedliner can offer, our exclusive offerings include Assault Guard liners, as well as whole-vehicle coatings. We can even spray your interior cargo bay! When it comes to protecting your vehicle from the elements on any terrain, our spray-ins have you covered.
Carolina Custom is Your Command Post For Spray-In Truck Bed Liners!
Most trucks are only $499!
Carolina Custom can spray all makes and models, compact or full size, personal and commercial use trucks. We can also spray your other vehicles such as your trailer, off-road vehicle, RV, golf cart or even your ATV. Want your bed liner to match or contrast against your vehicle’s existing color? Our Assault Guard Spray-In Bed Liner can be tinted to your personal preference.
Spray-In Truck Bed Liner Pricing
Truck, short bed (up to 6 ft): $499
Truck, long bed (over 6 ft): $599
Compact Cargo Van: $799
Cargo Van, 136 WB bed: $899
Cargo Van, 159 WB bed: $949
Interested in interior walls? Contact us for an estimate.
Spray-In Bed Liner FAQs:
How much do you charge for spray-in bed liner?
For most trucks it costs $499 to be installed. If your truck has a longer bed or a cargo bed the price is slightly higher. If you are interested in having the walls or entire cargo area of your vehicle sprayed, contact us for an official estimate.
Do you do over rail or under rail?
We offer both! It’s your choice and it’s the same price.
Are there any additional charges?
In short, no. If your vehicle has any chemical residue such as oil-based stains that need to be removed as part of the prep process, there could be some costs associated with solvent pre-cleaning. The vehicle should be completely empty removing all materials, tools, toolboxes, garbage and debris, additional wheels, hitches, etc. or additional labor time could be added in there as well for cleaning.
How many hours does it take to complete?
It takes between 6-8 hours. We can usually finish it one day, depending on when the vehicle is dropped off.
Will I need to wait before I add things back to the truck bed?
The Assault Guard Spray-In Bed Liner alleviate internally and is completely hard after one hour of installation. However, we do recommend waiting 24 hours before you put anything back into the truck bed.
Can I spray my truck bed if it is in rough condition?
A truck bed that is in rough condition is one of the most rewarding type of beds to spray since it will come out looking brand new again. The bed needs to have no rust and a solid medal surface. If there are existing cosmetic conditions on the truck bed such as scratches, fading, scuffs, etc. it will make no difference.
What type of liner does Carolina Custom use?
Our Assault Guard Bed Liner materials come from a manufacturer that has been in business for over 70 years. It has been designed to endure all weather conditions. It is water resistant to help protect the truck bed from rusting, and it’s also U.V. resistant so the spray-in liner won’t fade even after years of being in the sun.