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On-Site Systems Architectural Glass’ custom graphic, and decorative frosted-glass films simulate the appearance of etched glass without the permanence of sandblasting. Window films can be applied and removed for businesses that occupy leased commercial properties or desire a change of décor without the cost of replacing glass.
There are varying shades and colors of window films that can be incorporated in your design. By using additional layers of film, On-Site Systems can create a colorful, multi-dimensional graphic design for your windows.
On-Site Systems’ application of graphic films is a quiet and non-obtrusive process which can be performed in the field with minimal interruption to the client. We can provide you the best quality installation available in today's marketplace. Click on FILMS to view our designs and/or a high resolution photo and place an order for our products.
Graphic Film Specification Checklist Should Include:
- Which Surface of glass to apply film (i.e. 1st or 2nd)?
Is there a high traffic side of the glass? Frosted glass film can be scratched from handling. If there is a side of the glass that is less likely to be touched by others, it is recommended that the film be on that surface. Surface reflection can wash out the frosted surface. The frosted areas of the design block the surface reflection which makes the design easier to view. A frosted design can be enhanced or highlighted with proper lighting such as spotlights.
- Positive or Negative design?
Clear design in frosted field or frosted design in clear field? In most cases, designs with small, fine or intricate detail on clear glass will be greatly enhanced when the background is frosted and the detail left clear. This is commonly referred to as a negative etch.
- What type of film?
We offer a wide variety of film types to our customers, please call our office for samples.
- Color film (if any)?
A precise color match on clear glass will only be color correct when viewed from the filmed surface. The opposite surface will always appear shades off.
- Placement of art on glass?
The industry standard eye level above the finished floor is approximately 5-feet, 2-inches to 5-feet, 4-inches above finished floor. In many cases, the center of a design on a vertical surface should be raised slightly above center so as to not appear too low.
- Specify On-Site Systems as a source in your plans to ensure your project will be completed correctly and in a professional manner.