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Before and After Concrete Vinyl
Concrete Vinyl Wall Mural on Brick
Concrete Vinyl Graphic on Brick
Concrete Vinyl on Block Wall
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More about our floor and concrete decals
Floor graphics are the perfect marketing opportunity; everyone looks at the ground they’re walking on. Messages on the ground get more traction (pun intended) than images placed on the wall. Make sure your announcement doesn’t get lost in the background with a well-placed floor ad. Though concrete graphics are applied to pavement such as in mechanics’ garages and campus sidewalks, they work just as well on most flat surfaces. Apply them to tile in grocery stores. They’re popular for sponsor advertising on basketball courts. They even make great trade show graphics and directional signage by adhering to carpeting.
The details of getting your message seen
Custom printed floor and pavement graphics have a high-tack adhesive backing and a nonslip surface to withstand heavy foot traffic. We print our floor decals with fade resistant UV-cured inks so you can use them indoors or out. We offer two types of concrete graphics on our website: regular and laminated concrete vinyl. Both options adhere to moderately textured surfaces, including wood surfaces and brick. Both can be heat applied for a painted-on look. But the overlaminated vinyl has additional UV, weathering, and abrasion protection giving years of usage.
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We also offer two textured options: aluminum and textile backed. Aluminum concrete graphics have a reflective finish despite being textured for maximum slip resistance. This substrate sticks to surfaces with maximum non-damaging adhesion for years. Textile reinforced vinyl has a coarse matte surface for extra slip protection. The fabric weave on the back of this vinyl makes it easier to remove without damaging the image, making it perfect for repositional applications. Neither of our textured concrete decals are heat processed, making for easy DIY installation.
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I'm looking to put a decal outside of my store to grab customers' attention when they walk by. Since we get heavy foot traffic and I expect it to get dirty--how should I clean my graphic?
Cleaning is a breeze-residue is best removed with a pressure washer (which will leave the logo damage-free), or you can use soap and water for a quicker clean! Plus our floor decals have a slip-grip so it's easy to avoid accidents and falls!
We're looking to install a few concrete decals in our repair shops, but need to know if they will endure cars being driven over them.
These decals are designed for garage floors, so the durable laminate material will keep the logo from peeling and smudging! And the adhesive also adds a layer of protection to ensure that the decal stays flat!
I need to place an order of surface vinyl signs for concrete flooring. The project is a car garage that need to be numbered 1 through 130. Will this material work?
This is exactly the type of application our concrete graphics were made for. Adding an over laminate will increase the durability of the vinyl and also make them more abrasion resistant. Perfect for a parking garage.
Would we need to use heat to secure to wall? What do you recommend?
We recommend using a heat gun, or a blow torch in order to secure these graphics to the concrete. We can also mail you a physical sample of our concrete graphic material for testing purposes.
What is the removal process and will this leave any mark or residue? I am looking at this as a temporary installation for 3 months during the winter in NY on brick and concrete.
The graphics when removed will leave some residue. Due to the short time span of these graphics, the residue can easily be removed with alcohol, goo gone, rapid remover or even a pressure washer. With graphics that are remaining for a long duration of time, the residue may take a little more effort to remove using the same method depicted above.