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Indiana Regional Medical Center gets window film

This was a large project that was brought to us by the administrators of the Indiana Regional Medical Center facility.  Originally, someone else had installed a window film on the exterior of the building to help block light coming in and blinding the employees and the clients in the waiting room.  The film on the exterior was failing badly, and it needed to be removed.  We started by stripping the exterior film off of the 13 high windows.

 

Upon examining the situation, it was easy to understand why someone else used an exterior application.  The windows are very difficult to get to from the inside because of the height, combined with walls and beams running through the building.  But in the interest of our client, we did not want them to have to replace the window film every couple of years.  We proposed a difficult, yet possible, installation of an interior 3M 18 percent [...]

At Blackout, we don’t discriminate. If it has glass, we can tint it! This brand new Peterbilt was built for a competition, and one of the finishing touches was window film installed by us. We love projects like this, and this truck looked incredible in person!

This office building was designed with lots of windows to let as much natural light in as possible. While creating a nice work environment with a great view, all that glass also allowed a whole lot of heat to enter the building. This creates “hot spots”, where some rooms are comfortable, some are cold, and some are still too hot with the air conditioning running. This can affect employee comfort and ultimately, productivity. They called us to see what we could do with a window film designed for heat rejection.

We ended up going with a 3M Nightvision 15 film. This window film will allow them to see everything in the daytime, and even though it is a dark film, will still allow for pretty good visibility at night. The best part about the Nightvision series is that it blocks a lot of heat, which was the main focus. This work space can work in [...]

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