DigiGlass Banks on Window Film

September 23rd, 2010 by Editor

DigiGlass, based in the British Isles, recently completed a series of window film installations on banking chain locations in the Isle of Man. The bank, Britannia International, has been working to reduce its energy consumption and become a greener company so they chose to contact DigiGlass to discuss their options. 

DigiGlass ultimately installed clear PET window film that was printed with five colors in three layers. The custom film made it possible to have an identical effect from both the inside of the building and the outside.

Mark Beresford, managing director of the bank, commented, “DigiGlass has given us a solution that has greatly enhanced the profile of our three branches in the Isle of Man and has already generated fantastic feedback from our customers. The decision to install the window film was made all the easier by the environmental properties of the product.”

DigiGlass also installed film on some internal glass partitions in addition to some external glazing in the Athol Street Branch in Douglas, Isle of Man. Decorative window film was also installed in other branches in Port Erin and Ramsey.


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