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Seven Reasons to Consider Commercial Decorative Glass Film for Your Space

Whether you’re aiming to add privacy, style or just looking for a change of scenery, commercial decorative glass film is a simple and cost effective way to do so. Commercial decorative glass film is very versatile; allowing total freedom in design and can be customized to fulfill any requirements. Various films can be used to create the finished products, whether …

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Three Reasons Window Film Should Be On Your Home Improvement List

With the middle of Summer upon us, most of us have a Summer home improvement list we would like to get completed. With that in mind, we are going to give you three reasons why implementing a high quality home window film should be on that list. Increased Home Comfort – Window films work to block excessive heat and glare …

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Help Prevent Sun Damaged Furnishings with Home Window Films

The sun gives off UV rays that can be rather harmful. Most people use sunblock because of this very reason — to help protect their skin. However, are you aware that these same harmful UV rays can cause sun damaged furnishings inside of your home? It’s true. Just because there are windows in your house that are blocking some of …

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Experts Agree, Window Film Can Help Cut Home Energy Bills This Summer

Several recent articles in major publications have experts agreeing that window films can help cut home energy bills. It’s one thing for us to say it, but we thought we would let the experts tell you what home window films can do. From Reader’s Digest, in an article entitled “13 Clever Ways to Slash Your Home Energy Bills“, PJ Feinstein …

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Washington Post Tells How To Prevent Sun Faded Furnishings & Floors

In a recent issue of The Washington Post in their Home & Garden area they tackled the topic of how to prevent sun faded furnishings and floors. The main product they discussed in the article was window film. As a retrofit to your existing windows, window film can help control the three primary factors that cause fading; UV Rays, heat …

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Check Out These Top Benefits of Residential Window Tinting

Residential window tinting can be a very cost-effective way to reduce energy, minimize glare, protect your furnishings and increase the security of your home. The best part is that this film can typically be done as a retrofit to your existing windows with very little disruption to your home. Take a moment to read this excerpt from an article that …

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Glass Is One of the Greatest School Safety Vulnerabilities

It is an unfortunate thing that school safety has become a mainstay in the news. It becomes difficult to discuss school security and student safety strategies without appearing to have an agenda or be trying to sell something. With that being said, we feel that it is important to share information that can have a positive impact on these incidents …

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Department of Energy Discusses Window Film’s Energy Saving Benefits

In an article on the Department of Energy website Energy.Gov, they published an article entitled Energy Efficient Window Attachments in which they discuss the energy saving benefits of several window covering technologies. They included window films in the list and had some very positive things to say about the energy saving benefits they provide. The article states: “Window films help …

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Excessive Heat Have You Avoiding Rooms or Use Dark Blinds at Home?

Do you have a room in your house that you avoid at certain times of the day because of excessive heat? Does the air conditioning struggle to keep this room comfortable at certain times of the day? Have you resorted to using dark blind that block your view to the outdoors just to cope with the issue? If so, a …

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May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month. Are You Using Sun Safety Indoors?

As a way to honor May as being Skin Cancer Awareness Month, we wanted to share this important sun safety information with you. Did you know that you can be exposed to skin damaging UV rays even when you are indoors at home or work? It’s true. In fact in a recent article published by The Skin Cancer Foundation entitled …