Tampa, FL, June 10, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Advanced Film Solutions, Tampa Bay's Vista, FormulaOne and Huper Optik window films provider has announced their participation at the Pinellas Living Green Expo to be held, June 16-17th 2007, at the St. Petersburg Coliseum. Event details can be obtained at http://www.pinellaslivinggreenexpo.org/
Mike Feldman, resident of Advanced Film Solutions http://www.advancedfilmfl.com reminds Tampa Bay residents that window films offer much more than shatter resistance and wind-storm glass fragment protection. "Vista Window Films will reduce the heat gain filtering through glass. Vista and Huper Optik Window energy efficent films can reduce consumers energy cooling costs by 25-35% per month."
Mr. Feldman points out that Florida homes are frequently designed with expansive glass to maximize light and openess. "The sliders and aquarium glass we find in many homes creates an untenable situation for our clients. Excessive glare and heat, particularly through western and southern exposures make some rooms unlivable." The cost to cool this living space and the stress on the AC has dramatically increased as the cost of petroleum increases. Feldman concluded, "Saving energy by using low and non reflective wide width (6 Feet) window films like Vista and Huper Optik makes sense. Ambient light is maintained through daylighting ceramic technology. Energy efficiency no longer requires residents to have to darken their windows or make their glass look like a mirror." Local utilities like Progree Energy are offering rebates for the installation of these window films, and the Federal Government has instituted Tax Incentives up to $500 in 2007, promoting reduced energy consumption devices like Vista Window Film
Advanced Film Solutions is Tampa Bay's fastest growing Window Film provider. Founded in early 2007 the company is headed by Mike Feldman, a 33 year veteran in window films and the former National Sales Manager of 3M Window Films. Advanced Film Solutions represents the window film "technology leading films" produced by Vista and Nano-Ceramic German Technology Window Films by Huper-Optik.