As one of the most proven and cost-effective ways to mitigate graffiti damage, anti-graffiti film is powerful way to discourage vandals and clean-up tagging from windows and other surfaces. Nearly invisible after being installed, anti-graffiti film is not only a deterrent against vandalism, but it also reduces and even eliminates the need for costly glass replacement. In fact, a single window replacement can easily be 10-20 times more expensive than the cost of window film installation. With anti-graffiti film in place, the expense of replacing glass or repairing gouges and scratching can be significantly mitigated.
Anti-Graffiti Film Installation
Benefits of Anti-Graffiti Films
For retailers and commercial applications, anti-graffiti window film provides much needed resilience against vandals in more ways than one. From warding off etched gouging to protecting glass surfaces from all forms of graffiti, not all anti-graffiti films are created equally. That’s why at Window Film Depot, we’ve come to stand by 3M Anti-Graffiti Film as well as 3M’s Safety & Security products for optimal protection. Not only does 3M deliver a money-saving solution for advanced protection, but 3M Anti-Graffiti Film also provides sun control features and rejects 99% of the UV rays that cause fading. For retailers, this can help extend the life of display merchandise and furnishing.
Make the investment to protect your windows with 3M Anti-Graffiti Film and quickly remove signs of vandalism while maintaining your valued reputation. 3M Anti-Graffiti Film can be easily removed and replaced quickly, and without the need to remove your windows.
The Oculus transit hub is the latest ‘must see’ New York City landmark. Tens of thousands of visitors & commuters pass through Oculus on a daily basis creating the need to protect the glass rail from premature damage.
Entry doors & passageways received clear film from 3M on both sides of the interior glass ensuring the primary surface remains damage-free for years to come.
Graffiti tagging and acid etching causing significant damage to transit station glass surfaces creating expensive replacement costs for MTA and an eye sore for citizen passengers.
MTA required ‘above standard’ installation to cure the tagging problem while mandating nighttime installation work. Lighting and wind breaks stationed to create ‘clean / safe’ space in order for WFD tec