Tampa-based interior and window fashion designer, Ralph Mills, caters to high-end residential and commercial clients. His impressive showroom and design center houses beautiful furnishings, rich fabrics, and valuable artwork. The finishing touch on the attractive center is the broad, floor-to-ceiling windows that allow lots of bright, natural light into the room and attractively show off the … Continued
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The National Geographic Society campus in Washington, D.C., is home to all things anthropological. Inside of its stately walls is the society’s popular museum, magazine and book publishing offices, archives, television production studios and administrative offices. Of course, along with the construction of these capacious buildings came challenges for property management. When Richard Neil, chief … Continued
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Windows often provide the entry point for break-ins. Within a matter of minutes, a burglar is able to smash a window, enter the building, damage property, snatch valuables and leave undetected before security can arrive. Repeated break-ins were a costly problem for the Blain Group’s 20,600 square foot (1,914 square meters) multi-tenant commercial property in … Continued
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The James Forrestal building in Washington, D.C. houses the governing authority on energy efficiency, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). The department exists to research and determines critical energy conservation practices. As the official final word on natural resource preservation, it is imperative that the DOE’s facility be as energy efficient as possible. Additionally, as … Continued
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When a family in Sarasota, Florida could not afford the high costs of essential repairs to their home, they applied to Sarasota’s Habitat for Humanity for help. Habitat for Humanity, a non-profit organization committed to providing decent affordable housing, came to their aid. By securing an interest-free loan from the Office of Housing and Community … Continued
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Solar Gard Window Film Saves Energy and Lowers Utility Bills at The Modesto State Theatre The Modesto State Theatre sits at the center of the city’s revitalized downtown. The 77-year-old theatre-turned-performing arts center underwent a massive renovation seven years ago – giving it a whole new vitality and energy while still maintaining the unique Art … Continued
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Solar Gard® Panorama® window film hits a hole-in-one with Sand Creek Country Club. Sand Creek Country Club in Chesterton, Indiana is renowned for its world-class golf course, exquisite facilities and beautiful landscaping. The community’s 50,000 square foot clubhouse is impressive, housing three dining rooms, a fitness center and gorgeous terraces overlooking the rolling greens. With … Continued
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No. 1 Poultry Building Protects Occupants from Flying Glass with Strengthened Window Film from Solar Gard® About 1 Poultry No. 1 Poultry is one of the most distinctive buildings in London. Its unique architectural style provides a key landmark in the capital’s bustling financial district. Designed by award-winning architect Sir James Stirling, 1 Poultry is … Continued
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Adobe Tower implements cost-saving energy-related improvements with Solar Gard® Paul Murphy is the owner of Bay Area Window Film, a leading provider of window film in the San Francisco Bay Area. He has been installing film since 1970 and was the first Solar Gard® Elite window film dealer in the United States. Yet, with all … Continued
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Solar Gard® Panorama® window film cuts soaring energy bills in the bay city. Attractively nestled in San Francisco’s downtown district is 50 Beale Street, a 23-floor skyscraper that houses a variety of corporate headquarters and administrative offices. The prominent building stands tall against the backdrop of the city skyline, and its large windows glisten in … Continued
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“The original ‘wavy glass’ windows in the museum offered no protection against sun damage. With Solar Gard’s Panorama Hilite window film, we can now show off our historic collection, and the window film is virtually undetectable.” ~ Lois Cole, Executive Director, Historic Deepwood Estate. The Historic Deepwood Estate Museum in the heart of Salem, Oregon, is … Continued
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SOLAR GARD FOCUSES ON COMPANY GROWTH AND BRAND ELEVATION WITH NEW GENERAL MANAGER LEADING THE COMPANY TO SUCCESS (Kendall Combs, General Manager of Thin Films) SAN DIEGO (August 1, 2017) – Solar Gard, a global leader in advanced film technologies for sun and paint protection across the automotive, commercial and residential industries, today announced it … Continued
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Thrilling Supercars and Custom Dream Vehicles Are Secured with Solar Gard’s Advanced Paint Protection and Window Film Technologies; Extreme Conditions and the Elements Stand No Chance Solar Gard, the global leader in patent-protected film technologies for solar control and surface protection across the automotive and architectural industries, is now the official protective films provider for … Continued
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ADVANCED SAFETY FILM HELPS PROTECT STUDENTS AND TEACHERS FROM INTRUSIONS AND MAJOR GOVERNMENT LANDMARKS FROM BOMB BLASTS WITH IMPACT RESISTANCE Educational Campuses Nationwide Can Benefit From Same Technology Installed on the U.S. Capitol and J. Edgar Hoover FBI Building for Life-Saving Intrusion and Bomb Protection.                       … Continued
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Solar Gard, a subsidiary of Saint-Gobain and the global leader in advanced film technologies for solar control and paint protection across the automotive, commercial and residential industries, is teaming up with Compton YouthBuild, an affiliate of YouthBuild USA, to work alongside students to install Solar Gard protective film on windows at Compton YouthBuild to improve students’ … Continued
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Did you know?  Saint-Gobain, the parent company of Solar Gard®, celebrated its 350th anniversary in 2015.  The next chapter will center on the major change that the world is taking: the energy transition and the need to protect the environment. Hear more from Pierre-André de Chalendar, Chairman and CEO, and John Crowe, President of Saint-Gobain … Continued
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