Category Archives: Solar Control Film

The primary benefit of window film is the affect it has on how solar rays are controlled. Without window film, harmful UV rays pass easily through your window glass to harm your decor and reduce your home’s energy efficiency. These posts explain the benefits of solar control film and how it works.

At a Glance: The Benefits of Commercial Window Tinting

Brower’s commercial window tints and film can help protect any business or workspace by offering cost-effective heat reduction and insulation benefits, additional security, glare reduction for increased safety and comfort, and a safeguard against vandalism. Below, learn how investing in Brower’s services today can contribute to your business space’s longevity by putting the brakes on…
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Why Utility Companies Love Window Film

As climate troubles persist and much of the nation's western states continue to recover from last summer’s devastating drought, utility companies and state and local governments are investigating methods of better utilizing generated energy and preventing needless energy loss in both residential and commercial buildings. According to the International Window Film Association, utilities and government…
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Winter Gardening Tip: Get Window Film for Your Greenhouse!

Now that the temperature’s dropped, most gardeners have hung up their trowels for the season. Unless you have a greenhouse, that is! Greenhouse gardeners are able to keep a year-round growing season thanks to their carefully insulated and temperature-controlled environments. In today’s world, many greenhouses are made from materials other than glass, like polyvinyl chloride…
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Improve Energy Efficiency in All-Glass Buildings with Window Film

All-glass buildings are gorgeous and provide amazing views for their occupants. But studies show that they're largely inefficient by the nature of their design and even the best windows insulate about as well as an inch of wall insulation. This causes significant problems during summer and winter months, as heat passes through glass very quickly.…
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