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Images, graphics, and letters adhered to a glass surface are known as window decals, and many people also refer to them as vinyl window stickers or window graphics. Vinyl is a very durable material, so it can be applied on the inside or outside of a window, and there are different types of window decals, including the following:

  1. Opaque decals. Designs are printed on a white vinyl sheet, and the view from the window would be obscured because opaque decals provide a solid background.
  2. Perforated decals. Designs are printed on a perforated vinyl sheet, and this would provide you with a medium background, so it would not block the view completely.
  3. Clear decals. Designs are printed on a completely clear vinyl sheet, and your window would remain completely see-through because there is no visible background with clear decals.
  4. Frosted decals. Designs are printed on a sheet with a frosted finish, and the sheets can either be perforated or opaque. Additionally, part of the sheet or all of it can be frosted.

Vinyl lettering. You can choose to have individually cut numbers, letters or graphics attached to your window.
Window decals are perfect for logos, promotions and artwork, and this medium is an effective and creative way to gain brand recognition. There is a lot of room for flexibility in printing, cutting and installation, so you will get to display the message you want and will be very happy with the results. Window decals are also inexpensive, so you can change them whenever you want and can choose different artwork every season.

A lot of retailers use window decals for their storefront windows, but custom window decals can also be used in restaurants, offices and commercial buildings, so any type of business would benefit from this medium. Window decals are especially effective for branding, sales and promotions, and displaying portfolios, and this tool would also allow you to provide your contact information.

It is important that you put some thought into your design, as this will allow your decal to stand out for all of the right reasons. You have to consider your background as this will affect legibility, so if there are a lot of elements behind the window, you should consider using an opaque or frosted decal. Size is another very important consideration, and you have to make sure your decal is not too large or too small. Measure your glass surface and choose lettering and graphics that are suitable for your audience and their distance from your window. Colours will also affect visibility, so make sure they contrast with the surroundings and are bright enough to stand out from your background.

The experts at Landon Graphics will provide you with more information regarding the different types of window decals, so do not hesitate to give us a call. We specialize in car wraps and car decals and offer ceramic pro, so if you are in the Edmonton area, contact us today!