Commercial Gallery
Gallery Photo

Downtown Nashville, TN

Pale frosted window film in the 5/3 Bank building. Click here to enlarge

Gallery Photo

Vanderbilt University Sarratt Student Center

Inspirational words cut out of frosted film were applied to 'The Anchor' wall of the student center. Click here to enlarge

Gallery Photo

Brentwood Academy

This is a high school workout facility in Brentwood, TN. The customer supplied us with vector art, which we cut and applied. This film emulates the look of sandblasted or acid-etched glass, but is less costly and much easier to keep clean. Click here to enlarge

Gallery Photo

Skylight Tamed

The business office/reception area of this Cool Springs athletic facility was an unintended sauna when the sun was out. We applied film type RM PS2 to the overhead glass. This special product combines glare-diffusing "frost" with heat reflecting aluminum in a single film to bring heat and blinding glare down to a livable level. The rest of the glass is coated with a fully transparent heat-rejecting film. (note 3 unfilmed skylight panes this photo) Click here to enlarge

Gallery Photo

Work in Progress

This bank branch suffered major glare if the blinds where open and claustrophobia when the blinds were closed. Our guys are installing here on a huge pane of glass. The glare difference is pretty obvious. Click here to enlarge

Gallery Photo

Church Sanctuary

Don’t try this at home! This south Nashville church sanctuary required a 40 foot ladder to install the window film. This church sanctuary presented a physical challenge both in terms of height (around 40' to the top) and a sloping floor. The film used here has 12% visible light transmission, a reflective exterior surface for maximum heat rejection, and a low reflectance interior surface for improved visibility out. Like a good pair of sunglasses, this film has reduced the glare (brightness) coming in to the sanctuary through this window by 88%. Click here to enlarge

Gallery Photo

Church Sanctuary 2

Same church, same film, but a even more important direction needing glare reduction. In addition to the much needed glare reduction, adding film reduced the heat from direct sun on these windows (glass that was already factory tinted light bronze) by more than 50%, which was a bonus to the client and will more than pay for the job over the life of the window film. Click here to enlarge

Gallery Photo

Skylights

Skylight in a stairwell-- always a technical challenge, but we have done a lot of them because the amount of heat that pours into your home from one of these is unbelievable and expensive in air conditioning cost. The energy savings (and the payback) from filming skylights is the single biggest bang-for-the-buck item a window film business like us has to offer. Even if you were told your skylights had "special glass" if you can easily feel heat from the sun you can improve the situation with window film. Click here to enlarge

Gallery Photo

Reflective Film on Bronze Glass

Small greenhouse, big problem. Inside, the plants are still doing fine and the human suffering is way down. Click here to enlarge

Gallery Photo

Cool Springs Insurance Company

This small office building in Cool Springs faces nearly due West. It was built with a nice greenish glass that reduced some of the sun's heat. Solar Insulation used Vista, a dual-reflective film with the shiny side out for energy efficiency and the duller side in for nice visibility out. Click here to enlarge

Gallery Photo

Glare Reduction

This view is from inside a well-known whiskey distiller's sales room. This shot (no pun intended) was taken just before the last piece of film was applied to dramatize the glare reduction. The installer for this job got to be the fly-on-the-balcony while the good old boys sold the Vegas boys an entire "single barrel" of the best! Click here to enlarge

Gallery Photo

Frost Double Layered for Glare Reduction

Same distillery sales room. This cupola is way up high. The job is two layers of film to achieve the desired result (which was no harsh beams of sun in the eyes of "single barrel" buyers!) One layer is deep color to cut back brightness and the other is a "frost" textured film to diffuse the "beam" effect. Click here to enlarge

Gallery Photo

Golf Pro Shop

This is the main entrance to the golf pro shop at Henry Horton State Park. One door is open to show the dramatic glare reduction. The window film used here also reduced the air conditioning load significantly. Click here to enlarge

Gallery Photo

Regions Tower

This Building in downtown Nashville was built with factory-tinted bronze glass which reduced the heat from the sun by about 30%. When reflective film was added to the existing glass, the solar heat rejection went up to 65% and everyone can still see out of their windows. Click here to enlarge

Gallery Photo

Tractor Supply

This commercial office building in Maryland Farms added film to factory-tinted glass for increased tenant comfort and energy savings from lowered air conditioning load. Click here to enlarge

Gallery Photo

Walker Chevy

This Franklin business had classic glare and heat overload brought under control with a film application by Solar Insulation Window Tinting. Click here to enlarge

Gallery Photo

Bank of Nashville

Glass facing due West blinded the tellers who also faced due West. In this situation we used a film that combined a light diffusing texture layer with a heat and glare reducing layer to solve the problem and save energy at the same time. Click here to enlarge

Gallery Photo

Bank of America

This Cool Springs bank branch has had this film up for several years. They face Southwest and it was just too much in the afternoon before installing this maximum-efficiency film. Click here to enlarge

Gallery Photo

Elegant Elevator Lobby

This elegant elevator lobby design didn’t “pop” until Solar Insulation added a pale green film to the custom-cast glass. Click here to enlarge

Gallery Photo

Murfreesboro Manufacturer

This cutting edge Murfreesboro manufacturer worked with Solar Insulation to design unique graphic art that involved 5 different window films. Click here to enlarge

Gallery Photo

Waiting Room

You are looking from a waiting room through clear glass across an atrium toward medical areas at the new Vanderbilt Critical Care facility. These areas require privacy, so textured and translucent films were applied in various configurations that typically had clear areas in the design so seeing out was possible from inside without compromising privacy. Click here to enlarge