Commercial Construction & Renovation

MAY-JUN 2017

Commercial Construction & Renovation helps our subscribers design, build and maintain better commercial facilities by delivering content to meet the information needs of today's high-level executives.

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Seeing the light How window film can benefit and modernize your building's exterior By Michael Mancini Y ou can't see it in most cases, but it's there, working 24 hours a day helping people in your community live better lives in many ways. We're talking about window film, which helps provide comfort to building inhabitants by reducing heat and glare, as well as blocking the sun's harmful UV rays. It also saves money by controlling a building's energy con- sumption – keeping heat out in summer months and retaining heat in the winter. Window film offers an added layer of safety by holding together broken glass during a natural disaster or intrusion. It also gives any commercial facility a modern, updated look. Most films are applied to the interior surface of a glass window in a home, school, commercial building or car. There are many different types of window films, each providing unique benefits in safety, comfort and aesthetics. 130 COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION & RENOVATION — MAY : JUNE 2017

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