Self-adhesive, Removable & Reusable Office Wall Murals
Wall murals, also known as wall wraps, provide an opportunity to quickly change and update the look and feel of any room or office. As a result, these graphics have a tremendous impact on making any room more appealing. With advances in large-format printing today, photo images and artwork can be printed even in large sizes and applied to a wall-like wallpaper. Furthermore, graphics may be floor to ceiling or optionally cut out in sticker or picture frame size and are available for exterior as well as interior application.
3D Wallpaper & Wall Murals Design & Installation in Orange County, CA
If you are looking for a specific look or design, the great news is that wall graphics are custom-made. In other words, we can literally take your photos straight from a camera and process the image to a printer – with the help of our trusted Caliber Designers. Moreover, our design expert will proof and scale the print of the wall wrap to the size of the wall.
In addition, as part of our services, we offer colour match re-production and we can match the mural material to suit the type of wall surface finish – to ensure your wall graphic stays on the wall over time. To complete your project, we will coordinate the installation of your custom wall graphic with our Installer.
Custom Wall Murals and Graphics Options
In conclusion, with large-format wall graphics, you are only limited by your imagination – whatever your objective may be! If your goal is business branding or advertising, if you want to add scenic views or modern art to your office, promote team-building, or just want to bring the great outdoor landscapes to an inside room, Caliber Signs and Imaging is the perfect Wall Graphics Company to display your image.
Wall Graphics Process
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Popular Wall Graphics Applications
Frequently Asked Questions
A wall mural is a high-quality digital print, made in the same way as a photograph. Wallpaper, on the other hand, is embossed paper or a surface print. Wallpaper tends to be lower quality than murals and often has a shorter lifespan.
Wall murals are considered semi-permanent because they can usually be removed during the first six months by simply peeling them off. After this period, they are generally more firmly attached and will take more work to remove, but removal is not impossible if you decide to change your wall design.
Wall murals will have varying costs based on the type of image created, the size of the mural, and the material that they are printed onto. Different materials will have different costs associated but will also have different qualities to them. The best way to find a price estimate is to reach out to a professional.
Wall murals are printed onto a variety of different materials including vinyl, latex, fabric, paper, and laminate. These types of materials can then be used in a variety of ways. Vinyl murals often last the longest because they’re made with high-quality and highly durable material.
Your first step to printing a large mural should be to contact a sign company that can help you create the mural or can help you work with your current design. They can make murals as large or small as you want, and they can even cut them into a custom shape.
A wall mural can be made in any size, and it definitely doesn’t need to cover the entire wall. That way, it fits into your space in just the way you want it.
A vinyl mural is a design, a picture, or lettering printed onto a thin layer of PVC. These are long-lasting and high quality because they’re printed on a durable material that isn’t prone to rips, tears, and other damage, even from more extensive abuse.
During the first six months or so, a wall mural can be peeled off the wall. After this, the adhesive sets firmly. The mural itself may then need to be heated to soften the glue first, and then can be peeled off the wall. You’ll need to work slowly in smaller areas so that the glue doesn’t dry before you’re able to pull each section from the wall.
Some murals can also be removed by saturating them, so you can apply water to the mural and slowly peel it similar to what you would do with heat.
There is a little bit of a process to installing your wall mural, however, they are far easier to install than other types of signs due to the lack of need for power tools.
If you’re looking for more information or to get a wall mural of your own, you can find more information with Caliber Signs & Imaging.