Two Additional Companies Represent the Window Film Industry on Inc. 5000 List

August 24th, 2016 by Katherine Coig

Adding to the annual list of America’s top fastest-growing private companies, created by Inc. Magazine, are window-film companies Solar Art, located in Irvine, Cailf., and Scorpion Protective Coatings Inc., headquartered in Cloverdale, Ind.

No. 3147: Solar Art

Solar Art has been featured on Inc.’s 5000 list for several years now (four, to be exact). Making its debut in 2012 at No. 1974, the company has steadily claimed a spot by experiencing a 107-percent growth in revenue over the course of the past three years—earning $4.2 M for 2015.

The company has been installing and providing commercial and residential window-tinting services since 1985. It specializes in solar film, anti-graffiti film, safety and security film, custom graphics, and exterior building wraps.

“We are honored to be listed on the INC 5000 list for the fourth time along with many other great organizations. We view this as a testament to the hard work and dedication of all the employees who have contributed to our success,” says Matthew Darienzo, president and CEO of Solar Art.

No. 4798: Scorpion Protective Coatings Inc.

This is Scorpion’s third year being featured on Inc.’s 5000 list (it made its first appearance in 2013 at No. 3004). The company has managed to maintain its spot by outputting a 47-percent growth (a revenue of $6.6 M for 2015) in sales over the past three years by offering consumers coating systems for both truck bed liners and commercial applications, window tint and protective film products. Scorpion

The company is family-owned and operated and has been providing consumers with aftermarket products around the world since 1996. They have partners in all 50 states and in more than 30 countries worldwide.

“Being named to this list three out of four years is a great accomplishment for our team,” says Clayton Tomasino, CEO of Scorpion. “It shows consistency and a desire to outpace the competition while dealing with numerous external factors.”

It’s always good to see window-film companies landing on Inc.’s 5000 list. It’s a major feat for them, and it shows window film, as an industry, is still on the up-swing. Hopefully next year we’ll continue to see such growth in the tinting industry represented by new and familiar names.

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