You undoubtedly can make use of 3M’s DI-NOC films somewhere in your Fort Collins business if you operate a company in this bustling city. These self-adhesive surface covering films may be applied to almost any flat surface inside your commercial property to hide worn areas and make them look new and fresh. DINOC surface films may also be used to improve your facility’s appearance in a matter of days. These architectural films are an inexpensive way to update the look of any flat element at your Fort Collins business, from doors to ceilings. Although you can use them on almost any flat feature, we’ve compiled a list of the three top uses below.
DI-NOC Surface Films for Display Case Backgrounds
DI-NOC films by 3M offer a variety of faux surface appearances, like wood and metal, at a fraction of the price of natural wood or metal panel. This is a great way to enhance the look of any display case of shelving in your commercial space. From liquor shelves in bars to retail displays in stores, DINOC films give you the warmth and elegance of expensive finishes at an affordable price point.
DI-NOC Surface Films In Place of Wallpaper
Although wallpaper is lovely, it is expensive, and it is prone to damage. Many of our clients choose to use DI-NOC™ Architectural Films instead of spending a lot of money on delicate wallpaper. These self-adhesive films are lightweight and may be used on virtually any flat surface in your commercial location. Labor, material, and, most importantly, replacement expenses are all reduced when you opt for DINOC over painting and/or wallpapering.
DI-NOC Surface Films for Architectural Repairs
When people or employees pass through your business regularly, they wear and tear on the walls, trim, and other protruding architectural features. Surface films are one cost-effective option for repairs because they repair current damage and protect surfaces from future harm. It’s quick and straightforward to replace scratched and scuffed film once it has been damaged, as well as a less expensive avenue to a complete Fort Collins commercial space makeover.