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Custom Vehicle Wraps Maine

Get noticed with custom vinyl wrap graphics from SignSmith

SignSmith is a successful family-run business with over two decades of experience creating custom vehicle wraps in Maine. We offer the best advertising solutions for businesses because our wraps can turn any vehicle into a 24-hour billboard on wheels.


No matter where or when you drive your wrapped vehicle, it will proudly display your brand and signage for everyone around it to see. You won’t find a better deal on advertising anywhere else. So, why not make a one-time investment for a vehicle wrap which could give you unlimited return on your investment?


SignSmith goes out of its way to please clients in Maine. First, we sit down with our clients to discuss their design preferences and goals. Then, our team gets to work and makes those preferences and goals a reality. We never use third-party templates to create designs. Instead, we develop all the graphics and signage from scratch.


We believe in total transparency throughout the design process. For this reason, you will get to approve of the design before it gets turned into a vinyl wrap for your vehicle. Customer satisfaction is our primary objective because we believe in establishing a long-term relationship with our customers and giving them a company they can always rely on for their vehicle wraps.


Are you ready to hire us to create high-quality vehicle wraps for your commercial vehicles in Maine? If so, use the call button or live chat button on this page to contact us directly. We provide free consultations and price estimates to all new customers.


What is a vehicle wrap and why does my business need one?

A wrap is a vinyl decal applied to your car's surface. It can be used to give your vehicle a new look and for branding purposes. Designs can include working, imagery, and logos. It is a durable and highly affordable application that will help give your business unprecedented visibility wherever your vehicle travels. Wraps can last up to seven years and with a less than $4,000 investment, it means you will be paying under $2 a day for nonstop promotion. If you want to build brand recognition in your community, a wrap is your most cost-effective marketing tool.

What materials do you use for vehicle wraps?

We use high-quality and heavy-duty vinyl material for our vehicle wraps. The material is highly durable and sourced from top brands like 3M, Avery Dennison, and Orafol (Oracal).

How much do you charge for a vehicle wrap?

The cost will typically depend on the complexity of the design and how much coverage you want. Simple partial wraps are the most affordable option with pricing starting from about $750. The more features you want to incorporate, like de-badging, and the wider the coverage, like including bumper wraps, the more you can expect to pay. Full wraps will range from about $3,500.

How best should I clean my vehicle wrap?

Vehicle wraps may need a little time to settle so we recommend hand washing for at least the first three months. Use just mild soap and water. Thereafter, the occasional visit to the car wash should not be a problem, but the best practice is to stick to handwashing. However, do avoid pressure washing.

Where do you install vehicle wraps?

We have a clean, spacious, well-lit, and climate-controlled facility in the Gorham Industrial Park where we carry out the production and installation of vehicle wraps.  You can bring your vehicle to our facility or arrange for one of our crews to install it at your premises. We serve clients all over Maine and New Hampshire and in most parts of Connecticut, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Vermont. Our crews have performed installations in many cities including Augusta, Auburn, Bangor, Bath, Biddeford, Boothbay, Brunswick, Cape Elizabeth, Casco, Cumberland, Damariscotta, Falmouth, Freeport, Gorham, Gray, Kennebunk, Kennebunkport, Lewiston, Portland, Saco, Sanford, South Portland, Standish, Topsham, Westbrook, Yarmouth, and more.

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