Part of marketing a company effectively is learning to use your space in the most efficient and effective way possible. While so much time is focused on signs that hang outside, signs that are on billboards, walls, doors, and more, the savvy companies have learned that one of the best places to have a sign is on a window.
Blue Dot Signs creates high quality window wraps for businesses both large and small. These window wraps in NJ provide a type of store window sign that is perfect for attracting business, and has several related benefits that are worth it for your company. Call us today at 908-486-7000 to learn more about these unique signs.
Window wraps are signs, usually made of vinyl, that stick to a window like a decal, but cover the entire window from top to bottom to create a full color display that is easily noticeable. Vinyl window wraps allow for full color prints that match the size and shape of your window. They seal over the window perfectly, turning it into a full color sign that is visible from the street.
Window wraps are printed on lightweight and durable vinyl with an adhesive backing. This allows them to stick to the window for several years, but also to be removed at any point when no longer needed. The vinyl is manufactured by 3M or Avery Denison, both of which are the major producers in the industry.
The main types of window wraps include:
Temporary window wraps can be customized to fit both your windows and your businesses brand aesthetic with endless options for:
Designs are printed directly onto the vinyl from the original file using latex, UV-resistant inks. Opaque vinyl with its white surface provides the crispest colors, although transparent and perforated window mesh will also have clear colors and sharp graphics.
Professional installation is recommended for window wraps as these are often larger vinyl pieces and it can be a challenge to align them and remove bubbling in the film. As 3M preferred vinyl installers, we can place full and partial window wraps at your business.
At Blue Dot Signs in New Jersey, we genuinely believe that these window wraps have benefits that are more advantageous than many other types of signs. Some of these benefits include:
Each of these signs acts like a window aluminum wrap, except these types of perforated window signs can still let in light depending on what you’re looking for. At Blue Dot Signs, where we specialize in designing custom signs in all shapes and sizes, our window wraps in NJ are one of our best products – perfect for those companies that are really looking to make a difference in their business’s appearance.
While custom window wraps can be created for any window and with any design, they are most often used on storefronts. Here they can provide the company name or advertise a product. They are most often found at:
Vehicle window wraps are also available from our team here at Blue Dot Signs, and you can always order custom window wraps for cars. But these types of signs are best known for use on the street-side of buildings, showing off the message that the business wants to share.
Blue Dot Signs has been creating window wraps and graphics for several decades for businesses in NJ and NYC. Over the years, we have invested in the newest technology and techniques so that we can produce any type of custom sign. Our process also makes it possible to create signs more affordably for our customers. For more information about any of our window wraps, or any of the signs that we can create for your business, please feel free and contact us today at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are also able to provide you with design and installation services if you need them, and fast turnaround options are available.
Generally, no. Window wraps are large, and usually require an adhesive to ensure that it sticks on cleanly. This is also designed to protect your investment into your window wrap. Rarely are window wraps made with static cling material, which is reusable, unless the window is decal sized.
Window wraps can be made to be double sided, although it is strongly recommended that double sided window wraps use only opaque vinyl.
Window wraps can be made with different types of vinyl. Most forms of vinyl, including perforated and transparent, can allow a lot of light in. Only opaque vinyl film blocks all lighting. This is more commonly used by those that need privacy. Perforated window wraps allow people to see out but no one can see in, which tends to make them a more popular option.
Window graphics are meant to last for many years. The vinyl is high quality, and typically can last about 5 years when well maintained. Vinyl is not fragile, but it is possible for it to get damaged which may shorten its lifespan.
Yes, absolutely. We’ll discuss the types of windows you have and what they look like to determine the best way to make a window wrap that fits them perfectly.
Start by completely cleaning the window to remove any dirt or oils that can keep the vinyl from sticking. Once the glass is dry, it should be sprayed with a mixture of water and soap. This will keep the vinyl from adhering while you position it. Remove the backing from the vinyl and place the wrap in the desired position. Remove any bubbles with a squeegee. We also offer window decal sign installation services in NJ for a professional window wrap.
Of course. We have designers here to help. If you have an idea, or even if you are completely unsure what will work for your window graphics, our design team can help create custom graphics for your sign.
Simply start by peeling the wrap away from the window at a corner and it will easily come off. If there is any residue left, you can use a razor blade and cleaner to quickly remove it.
All of our window wraps are custom and made individually, so the price varies depending on size, design, and more. We can always provide an estimate for your graphics to help you make your decision.
Yes. We offer a variety of temporary window graphics. Window frosting can also provide privacy and the professional look of etched glass. Window decals can be made in any size, including lettering and artwork that covers only a portion of the window.