4 Reasons to Make Window Film Your Next Home Improvement Project

4 Reasons to Make Window Film Your Next Home Improvement Project

Summer is officially over, the kids are back in school and you know cooler temperatures are right around the corner. Whatever the reason, Fall is a great time to take on a home improvement project. After reading an article in the Huffington Post by Sam Cohen titled “Build Superior Homes By Installing Window Films — Valid Reasons To Add Them …

Let in the Sun on Your Terms with Solar Control Home Window Films

Let in the Sun on Your Terms with Solar Control Home Window Films

You can let the sunshine in because these films tame heat, help reduce fading, and save energy. You don’t have to hide behind heavy curtains or room-darkening shades for relief from the sun. Keep your home bright and open to outdoor views with our solar films. They reflect away harsh UV rays, heat and glare, noticeably improving comfort and helping …

Use Window Film For Your Next Home Improvement

Use Window Film For Your Next Home Improvement

Home improvement doesn’t have to take forever and cost a fortune to be life changing. Windows are wonderful for letting in natural sunlight and views. But when they’re not right for their location, they bring you discomfort instead of pleasure. Fortunately, professionally installed residential window film makes this simple to correct. So if you’re feeling at all uncomfortable or dissatisfied …

Home Window Tinting

Improve Your Home with Home Window Tinting

This is a great article that appeared on the website Proud Green Home that mentions several ways to improve your house with home window tinting. Although the article was focused on how residential window films can make your home more energy efficient, we wanted specifically to share the seven ways they listed that your home would benefit from installing window film. The …

Energy Costs

Energy Costs Are 30% of Total Operating Costs

Did you know energy costs typically account for 30% of total operating costs? As a building owner, manager, or engineer, you’re always looking for ways to reduce your operating expenses. Energy costs typically account for 30% of total operating costs and are usually the largest single expense. The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that one-third of a building’s cooling load …