For many construction, repair, and renovation projects, it’s important to have the ability to both enter and exit the building that’s being worked on. However, once the building is shrink wrapped, you lose that ability. Oh, who am I kidding, no you don’t. I mean, you could, but you won’t. Why? Because we can add in windows and doors to any shrink wrap project/job.


Even if you are using a white or blue shrink wrap, windows can be created using a slab of clear shrink wrap. It can either be built right in at the beginning of the project or added “on top” (similar to repairing a hole) by cutting the inside layer out after the clear section is added. Additionally, functional windows can be created using straight zippers, which are simply stuck on top of the finished wrap and slit. This would allow for creation of a window that can be opened to let in air/light as opposed to just a clear viewing space in the wrap.

Adding windows to a job can actually be a cost saver. By utilizing natural light through windows, you save money by eliminating the need for additional interior lighting. Plus, it can also save on heating/cooling costs. By increasing sun exposure for natural warmth, you heat cheaper; by letting hot, trapped air move and flow and be recycled with fresh air, you cool cheaper.


I am not going to explain the important of doors, but rather explain just how easy it can be to add them to your project. Doors come in all shapes and sizes and are made of your choice of shrink-wrap with double reinforced stitched zippers. It is as easy as taping the door wherever it is needed and cutting out the wrap behind it to give access. For larger access doors, a custom-made zipper door can be fashioned to meet any specification. Simply tell us where you want a door, and we put it there.

Now that you can see just how easy it is to apply doors and windows, be sure to add some to your next shrink wrap project.