3M DI-NOC Architectural Finishes
3M™ DI-NOC™ finishes are vinyl films that simulate a variety of natural and synthetic finishes, including carbon fiber, leather, wood, granite, marble, stucco, and just about anything else. 3M™ DI-NOC™ finishes are the perfect substitute for, or compliment to, more expensive natural and synthetic finishes. With over 600 product variations, it is easy to match existing surfaces. These finishes can be thermoformed to blend to curved or shaped surfaces complimenting pieces otherwise not known to be available in such a material.
We provide state wide service with the addition of a Petoskey, MI location that began in 1999. We are an authorized 3M®, Hüper Optik®, and Panorama® film dealer offering these exclusive product lines.
Window Films add a valuable layer of protection to your home, rejecting solar heat, reducing fading, and adding safety & security while also insulating interior heating and cooling loss.
3M™ DI-NOC™ finishes are vinyl films that simulate a variety of natural and synthetic finishes, including carbon fiber, leather, wood, granite, marble, stucco, and just about anything else.
Blinds & Shades
Custom transparent solar roller and roman shades provide light management with a variety of materials. We can enhance any window complimenting the feel of a room or office space.
Automotive window tinting allows for a beautiful custom look for your vehicle and help prevent with burglary, overheating heat, and UV protection. Contact Sunshade North today!
Surface Protection Films
Graffiti Films can protect any flat, smooth surface, from vandalism or inherent damage. Repeated scratching, scouring, acid etching or spray painting can be very costly. Contact us today!
Decorative Window Films can create an architectural statement at the fraction of the cost of etched glass. Updating the look or style of graphics statements is more cost effective.
Protect your Family
Window Films can offer more than reduced energy bills and fade protection. They can also protect your home in the event of a strong storm, attempted break-in or accidental glass breakage.