Even though Fort Collins is known for being one of the safest metropolitan areas in Colorado, the potential for minor crimes and accidents still pose a threat. When operating a business in this type of community, it’s easy to let your guard down until a worst case scenario occurs. The truth is, even in areas that are considered safe or rural, people can be as unpredictable as ever and therefore business are still exposed to senseless acts of property crime and vandalism.

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The Costs of Vandalism for Business Owners

Damage from vandalism can cost a business owner hundreds or even thousands of dollars in repairs. If the damage is extensive enough, such as is the deep scratches caused by acid etching, entire metal panels, walls, and other operating equipment may have to be replaced entirely.

Not only this, but vandalism and other graffiti can do major damage to your business reputation. Graffiti tags and spray paint art can make your business appear unclean, worn down, and unprofessional. This can make potential customers feel wary about investing their dollar in your services.

A Solution to Vandalism: Anti Graffiti Film

The good news is that one progressive company has come up with a way to solve the problem of high repair costs associated with vandalism. Graffiti Shield has developed an entire line of anti graffiti film products for Fort Collins commercial businesses that are specially designed to cover up and prevent damage caused by graffiti.

Anti graffiti film is a highly durable, protective film that can be adhered to any stainless steel, metal, or aluminum surface and looks exactly like metal. Once it’s applied, it’s practically impossible to detect by anyone other than a professional. And in the case that the film does get tagged or become damaged, it can be easily removed and replaced, which can save business owners tons of money.

Newly Released Anti Graffiti Film from Graffiti Shield

The forward thinking minds at Graffiti Shield have recently released a new, highly durable graffiti film to add to their existing product line. This new solution is called The Metal Shield Stainless Steel 6-Mil and it’s designed to match the physical appearance of existing elevators and escalators on the market. Just like its predecessors, it boasts some amazing benefits such as acid protection, a removable adhesive system, marker resistance, and fast application.

The Metal Shield Stainless Steel 6-Mil can be purchased in 25’ increments or at a roll size of 60”x100’. And, for businesses that are seeking immediate protection, this product is fully in stock and available for purchase today.

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Applications for Anti Graffiti Film in Fort Collins

One of the best things about anti graffiti film from Graffiti Shield is its versatility. It can be applied to a wide range of commercial buildings and is available in different finishes to match existing metal surfaces. Some common uses for anti graffiti film in Fort Collins, Colorado include:

Advertising media
Bus shelters
Ticket vending machines
Public transit
Movie theaters
Theme parks
Restroom partitions
Elevator cabs and doors
Escalator sides and surrounds

Get Protected from Vandalism

Save yourself the headache of dealing with high costs from an unfortunate incidence of vandalism to your building. Rely on our experts for fast, affordable installation of anti graffiti film for your Fort Collins business. Call Fort Collins Window Tinting today.

Mike Kinsey

Mike Kinsey has been working in the window tinting industry for over 10 years. Since 2008, he and his team have assisted on numerous installs in the Fort Collins area, totaling approximately 250,000 sq. ft. of film. As the Operations Manager for Fort Collins Window Tinting, Mike's duties include project management, customer relations, and sales. He is well-versed in the technical procedures for window film installation as well as the differences between the hundreds of types and styles of film on the market. Mike is certified by 3M, EnerLogic, and AIA for continuing education and is regarded as one of the top experts in his field.