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3 Affordable Ways to Highlight Your Brand

In Uncategorized by Lisa Monroe

Did you know it’s easy and affordable to highlight your brand with custom film and graphics? Branding is important regardless of the size of your business or your marketing budget. Consumers in 2021 don’t just want products and services; they want to like the businesses they’re buying products and services from, and they especially like supporting businesses that align with …

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Skin Cancer Awareness Month Reminder: Skin Protection Is Important Indoors

In Uncategorized by Lisa Monroe

May is National Skin Cancer/Melanoma Awareness Month and the perfect time to think about protecting your skin both indoors and outdoors. Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in America. According to the American Academy of Dermatology, approximately 9,500 people are diagnosed with skin cancer every day in the U.S. More than a million new cases occur each …

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Tempered Glass vs. Safety & Security Film

In Uncategorized by David Brown

Windows are important features in home and building designs. They connect occupants inside to the natural world outdoors and provide beneficial natural light to indoor spaces. Unfortunately, windows also have a downside. They are vulnerable points that make buildings more susceptible to crime or damage from natural occurrences like storms. Consequently, many people look for ways to strengthen their windows …

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Reduce Air Conditioning Costs with Solar Window Film

In Uncategorized by David Brown

It’s only spring, and temperatures have already begun to reach the upper 70s and 80s. Pretty soon, the thermometer reading will climb north of 90°. While we may anticipate the outdoor fun that summer brings, staying cool and comfortable indoors when it’s hot can be challenging and expensive. The more our air conditioners run, the higher our utility bills rise. …

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3M DI-NOC: A Surface Refinishing Solution

In Surface Refinishing by David Brown

If your commercial spaces could use an update but you don’t want the hassle or expense of a renovation, then 3M™ DI-NOC™ Architectural Finishes is a surface refinishing solution you should consider. These durable finishes provide the look of many different materials at a fraction of the cost of their traditional counterparts. DI-NOC lets you transform any smooth surface with …

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Which Is Better? Window Treatments or Window Film

In Privacy Window Film, Sun Control, Temperature Control by David Brown

Spring is an excellent time to update the look of plain, dull windows but should you use window treatments or window film? Window treatments include blinds, shades, drapes, and shutters that come in many different colors and styles. Their main purpose is to cover windows with flattering material to block light and improve privacy. On the other hand, window film …

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Office Design Inspiration Using Decorative Film, Architectural Finishes, & Wall Graphics

In Decorative Window Film by David Brown

Could you use a little office design inspiration? If your office or commercial rental space is outdated, run-down, or just plain boring, decorative film, architectural finishes, and wall graphics are total game-changers. They can virtually transform any space without renovating or replacing existing fixtures. As a result, you save time and money while receiving the same benefits you’d expect from …

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Comparing Etched Glass vs. Frosted Film

In Decorative Window Film by David Brown

Etched glass was first created in the 1800s to add art to the surface of plain glass. Today it’s more popular than ever for both commercial and residential spaces, adding beauty and improving the aesthetics while also enhancing privacy. There are several techniques for etching glass. These include acid etching and sandblasting. Both techniques are expensive because they require a …

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Low-E Window Film vs. Low-E Glass Window: Which Is Better?

In Sun Control, Temperature Control by David Brown

Many home and business owners desire lower energy bills and improved climate control of their space. While low-E glass windows are great for energy efficiency, low-E window film can provide similar energy savings without some of the disadvantages associated with low-E glass. What Does Low-E Mean? Low-E is short for low-emissivity, which refers to low thermal emissivity. Emissivity refers to …

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Earn Points for LEED Certification & Improve ENERGY STAR Score with Window Film

In Commercial Window Film by David Brown

These days, it’s not enough to provide recycling bins to your tenants. You need to show that your buildings have met certain environmental standards like the LEED and ENERGY STAR certifications. Potential and even existing tenants want proof that the space they’re leasing meets certain standards for energy efficiency. This assures them that they are not overpaying for heating and …