Solar Art Blog

Why Investing in Anti-Graffiti Film is Essential

Why Investing in Anti-Graffiti Film is Essential

A carefully planned storefront or government building maintained with public funds can become devastated by graffiti. With a few mere sprays from a can of paint or scratches with a knife, glass becomes unsightly and expensive to repair.  Graffiti can put a dent in already thin profit margins enjoyed by small businesses. It may also make in-store customers feel uncomfortable.
Topics: Commercial

5 Custom Decorative Window Film Ideas You Need for Your Office

5 Custom Decorative Window Film Ideas You Need for Your Office

Solar Art has a number of different products you can choose from to enhance your business. Most businesses use at least some decorative window films to customize a space, increase privacy or even to help with marketing and branding. Solar Art's custom products use a combination of printed window or wall coverings and custom cut graphics to make your space just how you want it!

Topics: Printed Graphics Decorative Commercial

Why Your Artificial Turf is Burning and How to Make it Stop

 

Living in California or other areas that are exposed to the blinding heat of the desert sun, you may have installed artificial turf to provide the look of a lush green lawn surrounding your home or office building. This type of lawn covering looks fresh and attractive and can increase the value of your properties. Artificial turf is relatively low maintenance, but it can burn under certain conditions. Finding out the main reasons why artificial turf burns and how to prevent this problem can help protect your investments.

Topics: Commercial News Residential News Residential Commercial

What's New? Clear Window Films that Reduce Glare and Provide Privacy

When a client asks for a product in our industry that I don’t know about I sort of feel like an idiot, on the other hand our industry is very slow to adapt new technology so I will go easy on myself. There isn’t much you can do to a film or vinyl product...until now.

Topics: Commercial