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Feb

“Net-Zero” Store Produces More Energy than It Consumes With the Help of 3M Daylight Redirecting Film

Walgreen’s, the Nation’s largest drugstore chain, with over 8,000 stores nationwide, opened its first “net-zero” location—a store designed to produce more energy than it consumes. It is equipped with wind turbines, solar panels, and a lighting strategy that incorporates 3M Daylight Redirecting Film. “For every vertical foot of window glass treated with redirecting window film, …

15
Jan

3M Fasara Milano: Attention to Detail

Ferry Porsche created his vehicle on something called The Porsche Principle. “The underlying principle is to always get the most out of everything. From day one, we have strived to translate performance into speed – and success – in the most intelligent way possible. It’s no longer all about horsepower, but more ideas per horsepower. …

15
Nov

Decorative Window Film for Office Privacy

Carolina Solar Control, your authorized 3M Window Film dealer and installer in Raleigh/Durham, recently completed a decorative film installation for Nutanix. We worked closely with the designer and building owners to create a custom look that offers privacy for meetings while maintaining the view of the Durham skyline throughout the floor. As pictured here, you …

15
Nov

Raleigh Window Tinting Company Installs Decorative Window Film

Fitness and Yoga rooms at 605 West apartments in Durham, North Carolina received an aesthetic update last month. Raleigh window tinting company, Carolina Solar Control, used a custom print on 3M’s Scotchcal Dusted Crystal to create a permanent, custom window graphic for both visual interest and privacy needs. Have an interior space that needs a …

15
Sep

Window Film Reduces Heat and Glare

Carolina Solar Control of Raleigh/Durham, recently completed a window film installation at Kraft YMCA in Apex, North Carolina. Using commercial window film, installer Jason Smith, was able to significantly reduce heat and glare issues in the complex. To request a quote on window film for your home or business, visit www.carolina-solar.com today.

15
Sep

Paper and Cardboard: Not a Viable Solar Control Solution

This is an all too familiar scene… sun glares into an office building window, and employees take it upon themselves to fix the problem, using recycled copy paper, shreds of cardboard boxes, and the ultimate factotum of DIY home & office improvement…duct tape. Well, Carolina Solar, your authorized 3M Window Film dealer and installer of …

15
Sep

Break-In with No Glass Breakage?

Here are some incredible pictures that homeowners of a recent break-in shared with us. Window Film was installed in 2007. Intruders literally kicked the door and the jamb to splinters, and the glass did not break! Police surmised that the intruders were going for the lock sets, but even with that much force the window …

15
Sep

Carolina Solar Featured On Houzz.com

Recently, a project by Carolina Solar Control, a Raleigh window tinting company, was featured on www.houzz.com. Houzz.com is a collaborative platform for home remodeling and design, bringing homeowners and home professionals together in a uniquely visual online community. Carolina Solar Control was featured in an editorial article entitled, “A Surefire Way to Prevent Sun Damage …

15
Aug

Raleigh Window Tinting Company Used Window Film In Unique Way To Help An Area Business

Lowes Foods in Holly Springs, North Carolina, had a unique lighting issue, which required a unique solution. The Problem: LED lighting used to beautifully display flower arrangements in the flower case presented a very harsh lighting situation for customers entering the store. The Solution: Raleigh window tinting company, Carolina Solar Control, was able to help …

15
Aug

Raleigh Window Tinting Company Reduces Home Owner Energy Costs

Carolina Solar Control, a Raleigh window tinting company and authorized 3M® Window Film dealer, has been helping Raleigh/Durham area residents reduce high energy costs since 1985. And, a new Florida-based case study released by the non-profit IWFA, the International Window Film Association, reveals the most cost-effective way to reduce high energy costs in the home …

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