Glass scratch vandalism and etching is not only ugly, but also decreases the sense of public security, contributing to the decline of certain public spaces or transport modes. And as with tagging in general, one tag quickly generates a wave of further tagging. Therefore, it is essential to act quickly to remove scratches from glass before it spirals out of control.
GlassProtech provides professional etch protection services to our clients throughout New Zealand. We specialize in protecting new glass from scratch vandalism and glass etching, but also provide restoration services for scratch-damaged glass, ACM, stainless steel and other hard surfaces, improving the sense of safety when it comes to public spaces.
Through our service centers in Auckland, Wellington, Taupo/Tauranga and Christchurch, we service most major public transport and infrastructure providers and facilities management companies in the country. By applying a range of specialized, protective anti-graffiti films on glass and other hard surfaces, we can help keep them clean from etching and accidental scratch damage.
Scratch damage on windows or other hard surfaces is not always intentional, and accidental glass scratch damage can be a costly inconvenience.
Examples of work that we have completed include restoring newly installed scratched glass at construction sites, restoring scratch damaged stainless steel lifts and ACM panels.
Whatever the damage, GlassProtech can provide a cost-effective solution to protecting or removing scratches from your windows or other hard surfaces – Contact us now to discuss your options.
Our team has plenty of experience in the design, printing and installation of custom-solutions for those situations, when a customized glass protection solution is required. Our previous jobs include many cases, where printing was used in conjunction with etch protection to communicate with the public thorough visual design. We work with project managers, architects and specifiers to ensure that from our range of anti-graffiti window films, you end up using the right product providing you the etch protection required.
Talk to your local GlassProtech expert for advice on protecting your surfaces from etching.