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Window Film at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Window Film at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Window Film is Rocking Energy Savings at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio.

Did you know the pyramid-shaped Rock and Roll Hall of Fame building has 1500 panes of glass?!  

You can imagine what it would be like to be inside this building on a hot sunny day!  No worries any longer.

Window Film was installed to cut down on glare and save energy.   Brian Kenyon, the Corporate Financial Officer, says that they expect 8-12% energy savings as well as other benefits.  He mentions, in the short video below, that temperatures are now more regulated, the HVAC system will not have to work as hard because of the reduced temperatures, and there is already a noticeable glare reduction.

See how other facilities are using solar control window film to help save money, save energy, and improve comfort. – Read More

Disclaimer – the window film installation work done at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame was not done by the team at Evolution Window Films, but we love a good window film story and wanted to share it with our readers.

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