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Residential and Commercial Window Film Products

Residential and Commercial Window Film Products

Enerlogic Window Insulation Film

The Eastman Solutia suite of performance film products is lead by the EnerLogic line, today’s hottest-selling, energy-efficient window insulation film. A building of any kind can only be as energy-efficient as its windows will permit. During summer months, untreated windows allow excessive heat to enter, requiring cooling systems to run longer, work harder, and consume more energy. And during winter months, the problem is reversed with untreated windows, but just as expensive and energy inefficient. Most window films only attempt to provide a summer solution. But EnerLogic is different, because its’ patent-pending insulation design keeps the heat out during summer, like traditional reflective window film, but locks the heat inside during winter months, providing the ultimate balance of comfort, cost savings, and energy efficiency, throughout the entire year. The energy efficient success of EnerLogic window films has it coming up frequently in conversations regarding payback with other major energy saving measures, such as new control systems, high-efficiency lighting, and HVAC upgrades. But in comparison, EnerLogic’s low-cost, high-return technology outperforms most alternatives. The installation of EnerLogic window film is quicker and less expensive than most alternatives, but just as important is the fact that EnerLogic window insulation frequently qualifies for utility company rebates, which can make payback even quicker.

Most window film manufactures produce products that can help you save money on your home energy bill, but EnerLogic’s patent-pending insulation coating delivers maximum efficiency and clarity that simply can’t be provided by any competitor. EnerLogic offers unparalleled window insulating capabilities that no competitor can come close to duplicating, while easily doubling the energy and carbon emission savings of the competition’s darker and more reflective films.