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Brentwood TN Home

This virtually unnoticeable ultra high tech window film is what makes it so appealing for use on historically significant structures. When the sun is on this house as you see it in this photo the pale 70% visible light transmittance film from Solar Insulation has eliminated approximately 3 TONS (36,000 BTU) of air conditioning load, saving energy, energy expense, and wear and tear on the A/C equipment. Click here to enlarge

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Belle Meade

The arched openings of the entry gallery face nearly due West. This ultra-pale film preserves the openness of the architecture and cools and protects art and furnishings at the same time. Click here to enlarge

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With & Without Film

This shot was taken mid-installation to illustrate the dramatic difference in sun exposure with and without film on a hardwood floor. This 20% visible light transmission bronze film on clear glass blocks over 75% of the heat from the sun, reduces visible glare by 80%, and blocks over 99% of Ultraviolet radiation. Click here to enlarge

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Tullahoma Exterior View

Only the three arches have film installed here. (These are the windows in the "With & Without Film" interior shot) This shot demonstrates that spot and partial applications are possible without making the architecture look unbalanced. (The Belle Meade home pictured above is also a partial application.) Click here to enlarge

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View From Inside Brentwood

This beautiful entry foyer in Belle Rive (Brentwood) faces West and was miserably hot on sunny afternoons before Solar Insulation applied a 60+% heat rejection film. This photo has become one of our signature advertising pictures. Click here to enlarge

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View From Inside Brentwood

You are looking out over suburban Williamson County, TN. This pale 70% visible light transmittance film is about the color of the windshield of your car but is blocking around 55% of the heat and 99.9% of the Ultraviolet radiation from direct sunlight. The film is virtually unnoticeable from inside or outside. This film reduces the rate that direct sunlight fades and dry-rots by about 60% overall. Click here to enlarge

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Lake Barkley Home

Lake Barkley is reflected in the windows of this recently remodeled Canton, Kentucky home. Ironically for this photo, the ceramic film used here added no additional shine to these windows—the reflection of the lake you see is all from the polished glass surfaces. Click here to enlarge

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Work in Progress 1

Vista ceramic window film is going up on the arches, which will probably remain undraped. We later used VS-60 (even paler) on the lower window sash to protect the planned drapes and for heat rejection. Click here to enlarge