With students gone and buildings quiet, winter break is the perfect time to complete facility signage projects in time for the new semester. Signage and branding projects can give tired facilities a fresh, new look, add color and school spirit to blank spaces, and much more. Window graphics are a simple and cost-effective signage solution that can turn blank and empty interior and exterior windows into a branding showcase.
Window graphics also provided an added bonus of privacy and sun shading with options to allow for full privacy or a one way viewing option that shows the printed window graphic on the outside while still allowing unobstructed viewing from the inside.
GlassMax™ is our most popular window graphic material. This is a one way viewable perforated film that can be applied to interior or exterior surfaces. The desired image, branding, or text is printed on the front of the material, while the backside is pre-colored in black – allowing the image to be seen from the outside and the black to be seen from the inside. Since it does not obstruct the outward visibility, GlassMax™ window graphics are a perfect solution for door wraps or window wraps where light still needs to come through.
Frosted window graphics create the appearance of etched glass without the hefty price tag. A variation of our custom vinyl decals and vinyl lettering, frosted window graphics are a popular option when looking to brand windows and doors with simple logos and graphics. Frosted vinyl window graphics provide a simple, classic, and high-end appearance while also creating a layer of privacy without blocking all light.
For situations where full privacy is desired, or when a fully opaque appearance is needed, window graphics can be made with the same adhesive material that is used for wall murals. This full opaque material with the desired design printed on one side, allows window and glass doors to block visibility and light from the opposite side. This type of window graphic is a great solution to change the function of a room or office from public to private, or to provide stronger light blocking capabilities while adding visual appeal.