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Increased Glass = Increased Problems


The trend towards more open floor plans means that today's commercial buildings use more glass than ever before. As attractive as this is, it leads to a host of problems ranging from excessive glare, to increased solar heat build-up and retention; to higher energy costs, to premature fading of expensive carpets, flooring, furniture and draperies.

Here are the technologies and manufacturers we trust to deal with these issues:


Hüper Optik


Supreme Quality :: Hüper Optik - Leading Edge Nano-Ceramic Film

As the culmination of distinctive German research and state-of-the-art production capabilities, Hüper Optik is the world's first and only nano-ceramic solar control films for applications in the architectural market. Virtually transparent, Hüper Optik allows high daytime visibility without compromising nightime viewability. It stands as the ideal film to reduce heat without changing the exterior appearance of your business. More>


Sunscape Select


Superior Quality :: Sunscape Select Window Film

The SunScape Select product line is designed specifically to address and reduce interior reflection, ensuring your filmed windows are as appealing in the day as they are at night. Some Sunscape Select films have been designed to provide dual performance properties of solar and safety. They are available in a wide array of shades, from cool stone grays to rich golden browns. More>


Madico

High Performance :: Madico Window Film

Madico offers a high performance reflective window film that can dramatically affect your annual HVAC costs. In summer, Madico can keep out as much as 80% of the sun's heat, dramatically lowering air conditioning costs, and in winter, the same film helps retain interior heat and thereby, reduce heating costs.

Madico films also contribute to the overall comfort and well-being of your employees in the workplace by helping regulate the temperature disparity between the sunny and the shady areas of your building. This results in cooler offices in the summer and warmer ones in the winter. More>