Yes. We have the capability to produce "inside glass" products.
Every decal and lettering order that is placed is automatically produced for an "outside glass" application. What an "outside glass" application means is that the decal or lettering will have the adhesive on the back side of the product. Outside glass applications are the industry standard since decals and lettering are weather proof. Outside glass decals and lettering can endure the elements and cleaning for 3 to 7 years. And since longevity is not the issue with an outside glass application, we almost always direct our customers to choose this method, since it's easier to produce and install.
Inside glass applications are achieved by "mirror cutting" vinyl lettering or printing a decal on clear vinyl and backing it with white. Both procedures require a bit more work to prepare and can end up costing a few more dollars to produce. Inside glass decals and lettering can be a bit more difficult to install, and when viewed from the outside, may appear to have bubbles. When considering an inside glass decal or lettering application remember that most all windows are tinted to a certain extent (some more than others.) So even if you have a very slight window tint, when your decal or lettering is placed inside glass, to colors may not be as vibrant. And the darker the window tint the harder it will be to see a decal or lettering.
Really the only reason to ever choose an inside glass application over an outside glass application is if you are displaying window decals, window graphics or window lettering in a heavily vandalized area or if it's mandated to meet any building code requirements. But ultimately it's the customer's choice on how they would like to display their vinyl window decals/lettering. If you plan to order "inside glass" decals or lettering please make sure to alert your sales representative right away to avoid any production mistakes.