Volume 21, Issue 3 - May/June 2017

features

Coast to Coast
Sometimes the best way to expand your business is to learn from others in your industry. From California toGeorgia, two installers opened their books to one another and have been reaping the benefi ts since.
The Bigger, the Better
Landing a large-scale commercial job isn’t always an easy feat, but when you get the opportunity to complete one, it’s worth recognizing. We asked, you responded. Here are a few of the industry’s latest, largest and most unique commercial installations.
On the Home Front
Every day, veterans suffering from combat-related injuries and disorders are trying to fi nd ways to cope with post-war life. One window film company is helping to alleviate their discomfort by installing solar window film as part of a nationwide projec


 
On the Cover
L-R: Pictured is Sid Maharajh, owner of Genesis Window Tinting in Elk Grove, Calif., and Michael Dyer, installer, as they work to complete an automotive window tint installation. The photo was provided by Kyle Fuller, owner of Tint Pro in Bonaire, Ga., on his recent trip to visit Maharajh.

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