The team at New England Window Film was happy to be chosen to implement a Hüper Optik Ceramic Window Film to help North Carolina State University improve the energy efficiency of their historic 1911 Building on the main campus. This university is at the forefront of sustainability efforts. In fact, they launched a University Sustainability Office in order to meet their commitment to reduce its annual energy consumption per square foot by at least 4% over a 10-year period.
With historic buildings, it is often difficult to retain the original character of the building while improving energy efficiency. That is where the Hüper Optik Ceramic Window Film comes in. This film is applied to the building’s existing windows and acts to significantly block the heat coming through the glass. These films come in a variety of light transmissions based on the needs, but in many cases, a high level of heat rejection can be achieved without a noticeable change in appearance to the building. This reduction in heat gain enables the building’s HVAC to run less frequently which saves energy while still keeping the building comfortable. Overall, roughly 3000 individual windows in 1911 Building will be treated with this film helping make this historic building more energy efficient.
In addition to this project, we have also helped many universities, including MIT, North Eastern University and Brown University with window film projects. If you have any questions about how we can help your school or commercial property become more energy efficient with window films, click HERE and please contact the team at New England Window Film. You can reach us by calling (508) 747-1242 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would be happy to provide an absolutely free, no obligation consultation and quotation on using a window films in your education, government or commercial space.