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Goodwill Store Heat Gain & Privacy Problems Solved!

Window Film Solution for Goodwill THE PROBLEM: This Goodwill Store had excessive heat gain and privacy problems even though the glass was already frosted. THE WINDOW FILM SOLUTION: Solar Concepts installed an exterior Solar, control window tint to reduce 85% heat.  Also gives the reflective window tint excellent daytime privacy. REMEMBER: Anytime you have a […]

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Little Red Door Cancer Agency

Window Tint Solution for Little Red Door Cancer Agency THE PROBLEM: How to communicate your companies mission at first impression. THE WINDOW FILM SOLUTION: Correct logo placement and design by Solar Concepts, Inc. REMEMBER: Solar Concepts has been in business since 1981. We install Solar/Safety Security and Design Logo’s with specialty frostings. Take a look […]

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Miller House

Window Tint Solution for Miller House A “classic of modern horticulture, unsurpassed in the United States…..” The Magazine Antiques The Indianapolis Museum of Art recently acquired the landmark Miller House and Garden in Columbus, Indiana. One of the country’s most highly regarded examples of mid-century Modernist residences, the Miller House was designed by Eero Saarinen, […]

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Knightstown Elementary School

Window Tint Solution for Knightstown Elementary School  THE PROBLEM: Knightstown Elementary School had a real heat and glare problem even during winter months. THE WINDOW FILM SOLUTION: Solar Concepts applied 3MTM NIGHT VISION 25 on the windows cutting the heat by 60% and glare by 71%. REMEMBER: Call Solar Concepts, Inc. for any window film […]

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New Frosted Applique & HIPPA Requirements

Window Tint Solution for the Community Physicians Medical Group THE PROBLEM: The Community Physicians Medical Group had a privacy issue. According to the Hospital information and Patient Privacy Act (H.I.P.P.A), all front entry and office slider windows between the lobby and interior office could not be clear glass for viewing of patients records etc. It […]

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Hooray for Solar Concepts!!

Prestigious 3M Sales Excellence Reward Solar Concepts, Inc. was recently awarded the prestigious 3M sales excellence reward for 2010! We are particularly excited to receive this recognition when considering the challenging times we live in. Special thanks to YOU our customers for allowing us the opportunity to serve your window film solutions needs with 3M […]

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Lions, Tigers and Bears?!? Oh my!!

Frosted Designs by Solar Concepts Just another idea of what we can do with frosted designs. This lion head is the logo for Rittman Investments. REMEMBER: Solar Concepts has been in the window film solutions business for almost 30 years! Give us a call on anything Solar/Safety Control or Designer Appliqués’ We also handle Roller […]

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Eastern High School

Window Tinting Solution for Eastern High School THE PROBLEM: Eastern High School in Greentown, In. has a large window expanse in the natatorium. The heatand glare problem makes it very difficult to hold swim meets and classes. The school is a mid 50’s early 60’s design. Many of the windows have experienced seal failure. It […]

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Funeral Home Needs Fancy Glass and Privacy

Window Tinting Solution for A Funeral Home THE PROBLEM: A well known funeral home needed their clear radius reception and slider windows “privatized”. They did not want run of the mill frosting. What to do?? THE WINDOW FILM SOLUTION: Check out our new “Mosaic Atlantis” leaded glass like window film! Looks just like leaded glass […]

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Indianapolis Museum of Art, Sun Control Issue Solved

Window Tinting Solution for Indianapolis Museum of Art THE PROBLEM: The Indianapolis Museum of Art had a real solar control problem.  The large glass expanse/entry leading into the upper museum level was allowing too much Infrared Heat and Ultra Violet rays into the area.  Museum officials were concerned about a large wall painting loosing it’s […]

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