Etched Glass & Frost
Etched glass and frost produces a textured, classy look when painted on a window. For an office with glass windows and a glass door or for glass walls, this type of window sign will look fabulous. Employee names or a company name can also be printed on the outside with this “frosty” look. Different styles of frosting can provide whatever degree of transparency that you prefer.
One-Way-Vision See-Thru Graphics
This type of window sign allows you to see your customers while they are viewing your company name and design. It is a perforated window vinyl or what many call a “filmy” material that enables you to see outward clearly, and the graphics are fully colored on the other side. Many people like this type of window sign for advertising reasons, while others prefer it because of the security that is offered. The difference between one-way vision see through graphics and window perf is that one way is interior mounted and window perf is exterior mounted.
A full wrap completely covers every painted surface of a window, wall, airplane, car, or any other surface that needs covering. Full wraps for any surface use vinyl material with as much room as you need to get your message across. You can even have more than one message. This type of advertising and covering offers endless options for both client and designer and provides endless possibilities for creativity. This option is great for branding and advertising, allowing everyone to know who you are and what you offer as a company.
A window perf is a window sign that is created from thin vinyl sheets. It is similar to one-way vision see through graphics in that you can see out, but no one can see in. It is an adhesive, almost like a sticker, which can be removed. For vehicles, it is similar to a tint and reduces light and heat, which is why many people love window tints on their cars. Window tinting is especially popular in South Florida, and we offer creativity with pizzazz for the window sign of your choice, whether it is for your car or building.