Window graphics are a great way to advertise if you have window space. Using our large format printer, we can create seamless graphics that cover full windows. Pacific Oil Group reached out to us last year for design work and window graphic production and installation on one of their Chevron gas stations in North Hollywood, California. You can check out that blog here. They were very happy with how the graphics came out and wanted them done at another location in Culver City. For the graphics in North Hollywood, the client provided us with an existing design, and our Designer made some changes for the specific location. The windows for the Culver City location were slightly larger so we adjusted the design accordingly, and made additional changes per the client’s request.
There are two main types of full window graphics which are opaque and perforated. Opaque vinyl graphics block out the light completely, and perforated vinyl lets some light in so you can still see out the window, but from the outside, you just see the graphics. This gas station has plenty of windows so they decided to go with opaque vinyl. Now for the installation, we could install from the outside or inside. Installation from the outside would be less expensive, but the graphic would endure more damage due to the weather, and potential vandalizing. They decided to go with the interior installation which means that we reverse printed the artwork onto clear vinyl first, and then backed it with white vinyl. Since it uses more material it is slightly more expensive, but the graphics will last much longer.
With digital printing, your signs are completely customizable. These graphics were made to advertise the car wash, but we can display any information like specific products, or general business information.