The Kitchener-Waterloo branch of the FASTSIGNS franchise network recently utilized Drytac Polar Smooth 150 matte white polymeric film to craft a vibrant series of window graphics, aiming to promote a significant development project in the Ontario area.
Specializing in signage and graphics, the Ontario-based FASTSIGNS Kitchener-Waterloo routinely collaborates with developers to bolster their projects in the region and effectively communicate their plans within the community.
In this specific venture, FASTSIGNS Kitchener-Waterloo partnered with HIP Developments on a Gaslight District project, focusing on the revitalization of an existing building to create additional commercial space for lease.
The role of FASTSIGNS Kitchener-Waterloo encompassed the production and installation of window graphics on the exterior of second-floor windows, strategically designed to attract attention to the new opportunities available at the location. The task involved the creation of thirty-two window graphics, each measuring approximately three feet in width and six feet in height.
The aim of the new window graphics is to draw attention to new opportunities at the renovated building in the Gaslight District.
A notable challenge for the company was the harsh winter conditions in Ontario during December. Consequently, FASTSIGNS Kitchener-Waterloo needed a material that would adhere reliably in cold weather and endure the winter elements. Following consultation with the Drytac-approved distributor ND Graphics, the company opted for Drytac Polar Smooth 150. All graphics were printed in-house on an Epson SureColor SC-S60600.
“We chose Drytac Polar Smooth 150 primarily due to the low-temperature capabilities conveyed by our representative, Joe Stomp, at the ND Graphics London branch,” stated FASTSIGNS Kitchener-Waterloo Owner Rob Richmond. “The customer expressed immense satisfaction with the final application. The agency’s vibrant designs resonated well, and the Drytac product performed precisely as intended, exhibiting no edge curl or lifting even after exposure to such cold conditions during installation.”