BENEFITS OF TINTING YOUR BUSINESS
* Decrease heat.
Reducing temperature imbalances caused by
extreme sunlight is why so many designers,
architects and building engineers desire window
film. Reducing heat loss will increase HVAC
efficiency and lower energy costs.
* Reduce fading.
Window film blocks up to 99% of UV rays, while also significantly reducing heat. This helps to protect your valuable furnishings from fading and provides a “sunscreen”for your skin against the harmful effects of the sun.
Potentially saving thousands in replacement cost.
* Reduce Glare.
Whatever the cause— direct sun, reflections from snow, water, or surrounding buildings— there is a perfect window film solution to help reduce annoying glare.
* Decoratively add privacy.
Architects and interior designers use our decorative films to transform the look of storefronts and offices, to change the outside appearance of buildings that need updating, to control glare and increase safety.
In today's hospitals and doctors offices HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) violations are taken seriously. Retrofit consultation and treatment areas with privacy film to protect your business and patient confidentiality.
* Enhance appearance.
Whether it’s a contemporary look or a uniform design, there’s a choice of window film products that can aesthetically compliment the exterior of a office building or storefront.
Thursday, Jan 20, 2011
Burglars kick in front door at pharmacy
SAN ANTONIO -- Police are searching for suspects after someone broke into a local pharmacy.
Police were called to the Carvajal Pharmacy off of Roosevelt around 2:30 a.m. Thursday morning after an alarm sounded. When officers arrived, they discovered someone had kicked in the front door and made a big mess.
Investigators said it did not appear the burglars took any prescriptions.
DEC 20, 2010
Thieves use rock to break into James Avery jewelry store
SAN ANTONIO -- Police are searching for thieves who broke into a Northwest Side jewelry store.
Officers were called to the James Avery Craftsman store in the 11600 block of Bandera Road around 2:00 a.m. after someone used a rock to break a side window at the store. Investigators are not sure how much jewelry was stolen.
DEC 15, 2011
Thieves smash into Target for electronics
SAN ANTONIO -- Police are looking for several thieves they say went on an after-hours shopping spree. It happened at the Target on IH-10 and DeZavala on the northwest side.
Police were contacted by the alarm company around 1:00 a.m. Wednesday. When they arrived, they found the front glass doors had been smashed.
Investigators say the suspects caused several hundred dollars in damage and targeted small electronics like iPods and GPS systems. Officials are working to determine exactly how much was taken.
Detectives spent the evening collecting evidence from the scene. No arrests have been made.