Thank-you for considering Snow Signs and Krazy for your vehicle wrap.
The question we often get about vehicle wraps is "How much do they cost?"
We usually have to answer that question with several other questions, such as;

Would you like a half wrap, full wrap or a partial wrap with vinyl lettering?
Are you planning to wrap the roof, bumpers, or windows?
Do you have a design already, or do you need us to create one for you?  Do you need a logo?
Is the paint on your vehicle original OEM paint or has there been body work done?

As you can see, there are a few details to work through before we can give you a price.
To give you a rough idea, wraps can run anywhere from $1,000.00 to $4,000.00 depending on the graphics and the vehicle. 
Larger vehicles like motor homes and trailers can run more, as the square footage of the graphics increase, so does the price.

What we would like to do, is come to you, see your vehicle, take some photos and measurements and talk with you about what you would like to have done.
There is no charge for our visit.  After our meeting, we can give you a price for your custom vehicle wrap.
If you would like to move forward, then we require a deposit to begin the design process.  Once you approve a design, we bring your vehicle in and give it it's new look.
You pay the balance when you pick up the vehicle.

Here are a few things to keep in mind when you are pricing a wrap for your vehicle...

  • Are they using premium cast vinyl? We only use the best vinyl, the calendar or cheap vinyl only looks good for a short time, while the cast vinyl looks great for several years.

  • Are they laminating every panel of my wrap?  Lamination protects your wrap from the elements and scratching.  It also makes the wrap remove easier when the time comes.  When done right, wraps can actually protect your vehicle and it's paint.

  • Are they sealing all my edges?  The most common place for a wrap to begin to lift is the edges, usually hidden under a wheel well or inside a door edge.  We seal all edges with 3M edge seal.

  • Are they going to wrap with visible seams?  Seams are where the panels come together.  Some companies let the seams fall where they may, and it makes the wrap look more like a sticker and less like paint.  We do our very best to hide or eliminate any seams we can by strategically placing them at panel breaks or door separations when ever possible.  We have a large 54" printer that is capable of printing large panels.

  • Are they a reputable company?  Price is not always the best reason to go with a company.  It is important to find a company with a good reputation.  Before we became vehicle wrappers, we had our vehicle wrapped for our business and when we removed the wrap, the vehicle was left with several razor blade marks deep into the clear-coat and paint.  We do everything possible to not cut on or into a vehicle's paint.  We use a special tape with a fine string insert that we can simply pull to cut the vinyl, no damage and makes a clean, crisp line.  We make take longer to wrap a vehicle, but we believe taking the time to properly prep the surface and install the wrap, makes for a long term happy customer.

If you have further questions, please check out our website at or give us a call 831-443-4951.  We'd love to be your choice when it comes to wrapping your vehicle.

Kind Regards,
Jocelin Snow