Window graphics are a great way to share your organization’s story. A couple of days after Christmas, I was walking a mall in Orlando with my wife. The place was packed elbow to elbow, (yes, there are still malls that are busy). One of the things that stood out was when a business didn’t have anything in its windows. The few businesses that didn’t have some type of graphic in their windows looked bare. No, it was more than that. They didn’t look professional. Your business may not be in a mall, and it might not be retail. However, a blank window is not only a lost opportunity; it doesn’t say anything good about your organization. Jagg Roofing understood this and took advantage of their glass space. The Jagg Roofing window glass tells their story.
What Does Jagg Roofing Do?
Jagg Roofing specializes in metal roofing but offers other roofing options. Along with roofing upgrades and replacement, Jagg Roofing also offers roof repair, maintenance, coatings, inspections, and consultations.
“For so many years now, business owners in Indianapolis have been running to us for their various roofing needs — from installations, repairs, and upgrades, to inspections. No one can blame them because, bragging aside, our roofing contractors are some of the most experienced, dependable, and honest experts in the local roofing industry. Would you leave your commercial roofing needs to the second best?” — Jagg Roofing About us
The Window Graphics
What do you see when you look at the Jagg Roofing window glass graphics? The contact information, phone, and web address at the top of the window, Jagg product logo, and bullet points sharing Jagg Roofing’s primary services: residential roofing, commercial roofing, and metal roofing.
Now take another look
What else do you see? What is that just to the left of the bullet points? Is that an inside display of a metal roof? Nope, it’s part of the window graphics. And that’s an example of how powerful window graphics can be. Adhesive vinyl window graphics turn wasted space into a marketing opportunity. What do your windows say about your business? What story do they share?
It’s a new decade
“When I was a child, my father managed grocery stores. He advertised specials on hand-painted paper banners and by hiring artisans to paint directly on windows. Sometimes the paper banners were scotch-taped to the windows and doors — either way, they were creatively limited, expensive, time-consuming, and a chore to remove. Today, state of the art adhesive vinyl’s and window clings make it easy to advertise on storefronts and myriad interior surfaces.” — How Window Clings Make Window Advertising Easy
Don’t Waste the Space
If we can help you turn your wasted window space into a marketing opportunity, Contact Us, don’t leave your glass half empty.
Here’s another example of what window graphics can do, Is it a fire truck?