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Insulating glass (IG) manufacturers have been pointing fingers at window film for years, warning consumers about seal failure and glass fracture. This issue’s ripple effects have interfered with other potential business relationships—namely between window film dealers and home builders. But what evidence do IG manufacturers base their arguments on? And should home builders be afraid to offer film as an
The International Window Film Tint-Off™ is back. While the “World’s Best Automotive Tinter” will walk away with $7,500 and the “World’s Best Architectural Tinter” will come away with $1,000 of their own, one dealer says holding a trophy has greater
When Jason P. Obradovich landed the One Sarasota Tower project, he knew this 45,000-square-foot tint job could open doors for his business. But getting the contract required a careful game plan.
The Protective Glazing Council’s recent annual symposium was about more than just the latest trends and issues. 2008 marks an important year for the Council and its symposium was designed to promote recent developments and new opportunities.
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