One of the great things about having an office in Los Angeles is we get to install window film to really cool places and this case study is about one of them! Solar Art installed Panorama window film to NBC Universal in Universal City, California! Are you a business owner that is having issues with heat and glare in your office space? If so, you should continue reading because NBC Universal was having the same exact problems. They were having issues with both heat and glare in the offices and the window in the equipment rack room. The heat was making people uncomfortable and the glare was decreasing productivity. As you can imagine, glare in a room that uses a ton of equipment is not ideal. As you can see from the photos, the building already has shades installed, but the customer doesn’t like to use them as it makes the rooms dark and uninviting. They had window film installed years back to try and help the heat and glare issue, but the window film they previously had installed wasn’t a high enough performance. They liked the idea of window film because heat and glare is reduced and natural light is still let in. The customer also didn’t want to lose the views that they have out of the office windows because of how beautiful they are. They called up Solar Art to see what other options they have when it comes to window film!
Our sales representative met the customer at the studio to take a look at the glass in question. When he got to the office he could feel the heat coming through the windows and agreed they needed a higher performing window film for the windows. Our sales representative learned the customers goals and what they were looking for exactly. After hearing what they were looking for, our sales representative showed the customer different solar films he thought might be a good fit. He showed solar films that aren’t going to hinder the views in the offices and will reduce heat and glare. After seeing all the different options and learning about the benefits of each, the customer really liked a Panorama window film. The Panorama window film the customer liked is a product made by SolarGard called Slate 20. The Panoramic window film series are made free of metal and dye. What this means is it will provide a neutral, non-reflective look that will keep views completely in tact while still rejecting heat and glare. Slate 20 blocks 70% of heat, 75% of glare and 99% of UVA and UVB rays. This is going to make a significant difference in the temperature of the offices. The rooms should be cooler and productivity should be increased because of the reduced glare. The customer was really happy with the results of the installation because this Panorama window film is a higher performing window film and they were able to reduce heat without losing their views. In addition to Panorama window film and solar film, Solar Art also services decorative window film, custom graphics, anti graffiti film, window security film, and exterior building wraps. If you are a business owner that is having issues with heat and glare or are interested in learning more about Panorama window film, contact Solar Art today for a free quote!