Solar Art Window Film Announces Acquisition of Stop the Sun
Escondido, California, September 27th, 2013 – Solar Art Window Film today announced the acquisition of Stop the Sun, a privately-held company headquartered in Escondido, CA. Stop the Sun has an active customer base which includes residential, commercial, and various city agency accounts. Stop the Sun is one of the oldest and largest 3M window film dealers in Southern California.
Matthew Darienzo, CEO of Solar Art commented on the acquisition. “The acquisition of Stop the Sun allows us to expand our reach into San Diego. Stop the Sun’s customer base and solutions portfolio makes this a natural addition as we continue to grow our business.”
About Solar Art
Solar Art is Southern California’s largest window film installation company dedicated to providing energy efficiency in today’s new economic landscape. Solar Art Window Film is headquartered in Orange County, California with services from San Diego to Los Angeles. To learn more, visit the Solar Art Web site at http://www.solarart.com.
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Welcome to Stop the Sun / Protective Glass Tinting!
San Diego’s Stop the Sun / Sun Protective Glass Tinting provides the latest technology in window films for commercial and residential customers throughout San Diego, Orange and Riverside Counties.
Today’s San Diego homes and commercial buildings utilize more glass than ever before, bringing the outdoors inside. Few structural features make a home or building more attractive than windows; which also creates a wonderful living and work environment. It is paradoxical that despite all we invest in windows, most of us rush to draw the blinds to block out the side effects of additional heat and fading. The new nano-technology films from 3M can solve these problems while remaining virtually invisible.
San Diego’s Stop the Sun / Sun Protective Glass Tinting has been installing window film and window tint for commercial and residential customers throughout San Diego, Orange, and Riverside Counties since 1956.