VIDEO: EnerLogic® The Langham, Boston Case Study
This video outlines the the detailed energy savings measurement and analysis performed during an EnerLogic® low-e window film installation project at the historic Langham, Boston hotel.
EnerLogic® 70 Film CSI 3-Part Specifications
You can easily download these specifications, modify them for your commercial project, and include them in your master spec for future use.
Continuing Education Opportunities – AIA Approved CES Courses Available
Eastman Chemical Company is an AIA/CES Approved Provider. Attendees will receive 1.00 American Institute of Architects (AIA) Learning Unit (LU), with Health Safety and Wellness (HSW) and Sustainable Design (SD) options as noted below. We will provide a qualified speaker, a 45-60 minute presentation, and lunch for attendees (other meals can be arranged).
EnerLogic® 35 Film CSI 3-Part Specifications
The specifications listed on this page are complete Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) 3-part architectural specifications for EnerLogic® 35 low-e window film, including MasterFormat, SectionFormat, and PageFormat, as described in The Project Resource Manual—CSI Manual of Practice, Fifth Edition.
VIDEO: EnerLogic Window Film For Commercial
Learn how upgrading your existing windows with EnerLogic could lead to improved comfort and energy savings all year long!
VIDEO: EnerLogic® Hyatt Case Study
This video outlines the the detailed energy savings measurement and analysis performed during an EnerLogic® low-e window film installation project at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in downtown Houston, Texas.
Hyatt Hotel | Houston, Texas
Buchanan High School | Clovis, California
Although the windows in Clovis Unified School District’s Buchanan High School provide much-appreciated views to the outdoors, the district’s maintenance department was noticing more complaints.
Marriott Hotel | Winston-Salem, North Carolina
The Marriott in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, has always operated with the comfort of its guests as a priority. Even operating at full capacity, the building’s HVAC systems could sometimes only cool the sunniest rooms down to 78°F, and more than a few guests indicated this was too warm.
EnerLogic Window Film for Buildings
This brochure contains all of the information you need to know about choosing EnerLogic Window Film for your building project.