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Window graphics can either be installed dry or wet. Many material types can be used so its important to understand all the variables. Have you considered the following?:

- What type of material is being used? (I.e. Calendared, Cast, Perforated, Phototex, Frosting, Polyester, Static Cling)

- What is the product code?

- Is this a long term or short term ad campaign?

- Is it a wet application or dry application? If wet, is there a local water source?

- First or Second surface? If second, has all back stock been removed?

- Is the glass inside a building (I.e. Office dividers, Glass walls) or is it exterior glass? (see Working Outdoors)

- Is there any security film on the glass? If so, do I know how to proceed?
 

- Are there any existing graphics to remove? If yes, have I accounted for additional cost?

(see Removing Graphics)
 

- What is the expected lifetime of install?

- Have I considered 3M Edge Tape on Perf to extend life expectancy? If so, have I accounted for additional costs?

- Are the mullions getting covered?  If so, have I accounted for an additional cost?

- How tall is it? Do we need a lift?  If so, is the ground level? additional cost?

- Have I talked with my installer(s) regarding this project? Is any of the glass damaged? (I.e. broken, cracked)
 

- Is the area clear and safe for work?

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