Protection against graffiti.
Vandals are changing the technique of their "art".
Instead of spray paints, its now glass etching. The
protekt anti-graffiti film, a specially fomulated
multi-ply coating, installed on the outside, acts
as a protective layer that helps keep windows and
mirrors clear and scratch free and reduces the likelihood
of costly glass replacement. The film is replaced
with no damage to the glass in most cases.
We offer a complete surface protection system for
windows, mirrors and surfaces that are vulnerable
to damage. Vandals can't see it so they don't know
it is there! The film is made with layers of polyester
film bonded by special adhesives and impregnated with
ultraviolet inhibitors, offers protection against
graffiti vandals, and glass-taggers. The thickness
of the film helps stop the glass from being defaced
while the SR coating allows vandals to think they
were able to get to the glass. Whether it is applied
to glass, on mirrors, in malls, airports, or in office
buildings, graffiti film can be quickly installed
by our professionals.
Cost Effective Protection Against Graffiti
With our multi-ply Graffiti-Free™ Film on your
windows, you wont need to replace glass or mirrors
that have been scratched or painted. In most cases
you can simply replace the film - at a fraction of
the cost. Specially designed for retail and commercial
buildings, Graffiti-Free helps you keep windows clear
and unmarked. The sooner you get rid of graffiti the
less likely it is to recur.
Permitting or allowing this vandlaism to remain on
your property is a public nuisance. It not only makes
our residential neighborhoods and our business communities
look unattractive, it affects our property values,
business sales, and the community's image. Ignoring
the mess gives the mistaken impression that it is
acceptable and only invites more. It will take the
awareness, support, and participation of all to combat
this increasing problem.
Los Angeles County's vandalism problem is escalating!
The City cannot be effective acting alone. Private
citizens are encouraged to take active steps toward
maintaining their individual property, and organizing
neighborhood cleanup efforts.
Here's what you can do to help solve the problem:
Remove evidence of vandalism from your property immediately.
Plant shrubs or vines in areas that have problems.
Report offenders to the Tucson Police Department.
Vandalism is a misdemeanor offense. If apprehended,
violators will be prosecuted.
Report vandalism to appropriate agencies.