Anti-Graffiti Window Film

Thanks to Anti-Graffiti Window Film, Vandals Don’t Stand a Chance

Graffiti can be seen on buildings, landmarks and public facilities, affecting the beauty of our region. For businesses on the receiving end of tagging, the cost to fix the damage can run into the thousands, especially if windows are affected and window replacement is necessary.

With Anti-graffiti window film from Sunmaster, we can take the worry and the cost off your shoulders. This special film serves as a virtually invisible surface protection for windows. If damage occurs from paint, acid, etching, or other destructive material, the sacrificial window film can be easily removed by our window tinting team, taking the graffiti along with it. We can then quickly and professionally install a new piece of window film in its place at a fraction of the cost of window replacement. Within a day, no one will ever notice that damage occurred.

Anti-graffiti window film can be installed on both vertical and sloped glass and can even be applied to mirror or stainless steel for the ultimate in graffiti defense. In addition, it offers protection against the harmful UV rays that can damage your interiors, heat up your facility, and cause irritating glare.

- Anti-Grafitti Window Film Benefits -

Vandalism occurring during peak sales opportunities not only damages your image but may deter limited time customers from giving your store a chance. Glass replacement would be costly and more disruptive, while 3M™ Anti Graffiti Film can be removed and replaced quickly, and without the need to remove your windows. Protect your windows with 3M™ Anti Graffiti Film so that signs of vandalism can be removed quickly, which can help you maintain your valued reputation.

Vanquish vandals with graffiti protection. Protect your surfaces against most scratches, acid etching gouges and tagging with 3M™ Anti-Graffiti Film.

Easy to remove and replace quickly – without the hassle of replacing your windows.

Money-saving option that’s only a fraction of the cost of new glass.