Ghost Glass installation
in Midland, TX.

Check Out Our New Partnership With Ghost Glass!

*COMING SOON*

Better Than Tint

Ghost Glass smart film can be applied to pre-installed glass windows and doors to provide instant privacy. In the opaque state, visibility is reduced by over 85%!

Traditional tints offer limited visibility and can degrade over time. Instead you’ll enjoy the convenience and flexibility of a film that adapts to your needs and creates a comfortable, private environment inside of your vehicle.

More Versatile Than Frost

Ghost Glass smart film puts you in control of any space, not just your vehicle. From partitioning a shared office or conference room for increased productivity, to having low profile window treatments. The possibilities are endless in any business environment.

 

Offices – Schools – Medical Facilities – Gyms – Vehicles – Restaurants – Banks – Retail Security – And So Many More!

Cooler Than Anything On The Market

Save on energy consumption, decrease interior damage from sun exposure, improve security, and add a modern, low-maintenance privacy solution to your home. Ghost Glass smart film is the future of residential glass treatments and on-demand privacy control.

Your Satisfaction Is Our Top Priority

Israel Martinez
Israel Martinez
Great
Marcus Nichols
Marcus Nichols
Outstanding job and customer service second to none.
Brandon Mitchell
Brandon Mitchell
MIdland Finest, Most outstanding, Amazing The teams are, the Owner is the sweetest, these people have the motivation and determination to get your projects done so fast. Never seen a shop as good, Definitely Check them out. Like wow, ai can not say no more. (family owned too)
Tanner Gwilliam
Tanner Gwilliam
Took my car in to get wrapped and they got it back to me in no time. It looks amazing too!
Tina Hickey
Tina Hickey
Great job on wrapping our vehicles

The Wrap Planet

4403 N County Rd 1140, Midland, TX 79705

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