Perforated Window Vinyl

The greatest reason for window film is this: your business can have outfacing visual advertising that entices customers to walk in your doors. Windows prove to be a fantastic advertising canvas – using perforated window film gives business owners the opportunity to use all available space to advertise, without sacrificing the benefits of windows and the natural light they allow in.

Give Precision Sign & Design a call today at (918) 430-1102 today to find out more about Perforated Window Vinyl.

Dr. Z Leaf-Perforated Window Vinyl

Utilize your window space for advertising and promotions without sacrificing natural light or visibility.  Perforated Window Vinyl allows you to display a window graphic to people outside a building, while still allowing those inside to see out.

Give Precision Sign & Design a call today at (918) 430-1102 today to find out more about Perforated Window Vinyl.

Perforated Front Door and Window Film

Use your front doors and windows to brand your business with perforated vinyl. From the outside, you can have images, text, whatever you want to be displayed. From the inside, you see right through it due to the adhesive side being a neutral gray. This allows you to have a big platform for content without cutting off your view!

Give us a call today to find out more about perforated window graphics.

Frosted Window Graphics on Interior Office Windows

Frosted vinyl graphics mimic the look of etched glass at a fraction of the cost. Depending on the art and amount of coverage, they can add a graphic/decorative element to the décor while also providing some privacy. A higher coverage amount offers even more privacy, but still allows natural light to pass through.

To find out more about using frosted glass vinyl on your office windows, give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102.

 

Woody Guthrie – “King of the Boogie” John Lee Hooker

You know there’s a new exhibit at the Woody Guthrie Center in downtown Tulsa when the exterior window graphics change.  Known to music fans around the world as the “King of the Boogie,” John Lee Hooker.

To let the public know what the current, revolving exhibit is, we wrap four large exterior windows for them. We use a perforated vinyl that will still allow light to come into the museum and also allows people inside to still see out. The backside of the film has a gray adhesive and there are holes throughout so, to your eyes, it appears just like tint.

Give Precision Sign & Design a call today at 918-430-1102 to find out more about window graphics.