Anti-Graffiti Window Film for San Francisco

Anti-Graffiti Window Film for San Francisco

Anti-Graffiti Window Film for San Francisco

Why do customers choose anti-graffiti window film for San Francisco businesses? There are some really valid reasons. It’s great for business and the project featured in this post is a commercial building in downtown San Francisco.

The Best Choose: 3M Anti Graffiti Window Film

Civil unrest is increasing and many business owners want to be prepared. When windows are damaged by graffiti, you do have multiple options when it comes to replacement. You could replace the glass, but that can be very expensive. An alternative approach and one we highly recommend is installing anti-graffiti window film. This is a great solution for San Francisco businesses since graffiti is still an issue.

3M Anti-Graffiti Window film is a wise choice for a number of reasons. First, it offers surface protection against most forms of vandalism. This includes scratches, gouges, acid etching, and tagging. It’s also easy to remove and replace in the event that vandalism occurs. Third, it’s a fraction of the cost of new glass. With this powerful form of protection, you simply replace the film when vandalism occurs. 

Like many 3M window films, it also offers you UV protection, which is great for keeping your inventory from fading. Even more importantly, it will help to minimize the damage that the sun can cause humans. This includes aging and glare reduction.

ClimatePro: Your Window Film Pros

For over 40 years, ClimatePro has been helping San Francisco Bay Area business owners to find the right window films for their businesses. We’re happy to be the Bay Area’s top installer of anti-graffiti window film for over 40 years. You can contact us today for a free consultation and we’ll help you get started. With offices in North Bay, San Francisco, and San Jose, we can be reached at 707-755-7337.


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Brett Torrey Haynes

Brett Torrey Haynes is the marketing and content manager for ClimatePro. He currently lives in a small house on the side of a mountain.

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