What is a decal?
By definition, a decal is a transferring of an image from one medium/sheet to another. Decals usually are more artistic in their design, made in much larger formats, and they usually come in multiple pieces that can be adjusted accordingly.
Most people intend for their decals to be used permanently or for longer periods of time than a sticker or a label. In order to increase the life of these decals, we use only high-quality vinyl materials and add a weatherproof lamination to protect your decal from the elements. This process adds durability to your decal and keeps the imagery and color brighter and sharper for longer.
What material are your floor decals produced from?
What material is your perforated window decal made out of?
Our floor decals are made with a matte vinyl with a removable adhesive. We offer both short-term and long-term options for multiple types of events.
Will wall decals damage the wall or surface where it is applied?
Our perforated window decals are made of an adhesive-backed vinyl with two variations of perforation density:
- 50:50 : This ratio of perforation is D.O.T. approved and is suitable for vehicle application.
- 70:30 : This ratio allows for more of the material to be printed upon, reducing visibility through the material; thus, this is only recommended for building windows (such as storefronts.)
What is vinyl lettering?
Our wall decals are made with a polyester-based material with a low-adhesive backing. It will remove cleanly, without any damage to the application surface, for up to one year on well-prepared, non-porous surfaces.
Vinyl lettering typically consists of individual letters cut from an adhesive-backed vinyl, and it is pre-masked with transfer tape for easy application.