Window Decals vs. Perforated Window Film And What You Should Know

3 Comments

  1. Tyler Meredith

    I like what this article mentions about the pros of window decals while they are often less visible from far away. I think custom decals would be very beneficial to help spread a brand or company name, especially if used on a building or truck. It's something to remember because both could be useful in different situations and getting professional advice could be the best way to determine what's best for you.

  2. Marc A Dipaola

    I just had perforated vinyl graphics installed on the rear window of my truck. You can't even tell that it's on there which is GREAT! And then it rained! Cannot see anything out of the rear window. Water fills in the perforations. Not safe at all. And nothing was mentioned about this when I was purchasing it or when got my truck back after installation.

    • J Moore

      Automotive window perf should always be laminated with optically clear laminate. That way rain and dirt will not accumulate in the holes and obscure visibility. The company that you used to do this should have known this and certainly should have offered it. It adds cost but as you can see, the result is dangerous.

  3. Luke Smith

    My sister decided to have a rent-to-own unit and asked for my opinion as to what kind of window will she choose. Good thing that I found this blog that explains the merits and demerits of installing window decals and perforated window film which can be both used by homeowners and business owners. I will suggest my sister get a perforated screen because of its perks like customization and affordability and to help her save time from canvassing.

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