It can be challenging to pick from the numerous options for window signs for your storefront. But, no matter what type of business you have, there is always a benefit to adding window signage to your storefront. Please take a look at this quick breakdown of the main types of commercial window signs to help you decide which one will be the best choice for you.
Just like the name suggests, window stickers are a type of label specifically designed to adhere to windowpane glass. Typically referred to as decals, they have a one-time use, so once you place them, you cannot reposition them.
The benefit of window decals is that they use a material adhesive that is able to stick to the interior or exterior of windows. Unlike stickers, you have a small amount of room to adjust or reposition them, but not much. There are three types of window decals. Clear decals are clear everywhere, except where you choose to include your design or logo. Opaque decals will partially obscure two-way visibility, with white surrounding your logo. Perforated window decals restrict visibility in one direction. From the outside, passersby can’t look in, but you will be able to see out through the perforated decal.
Lastly, static clings do not have and adhesive side. They adhere to a windowpane with the static charge from the decal. Because of this, static cling decals are easy to place, remove, and reposition. They are common for advertising temporary events and promotions.
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