GuardianWindowFilm.co.uk Installs Digital Window Film at Oxford Health NHS Trust Whiteleaf Centre in Aylesbury

GuardianWindowFilm.co.uk has installed striking digitally printed window film to more than 100 windows and equally impressive digitally printed wall coverings in the Resource Centre, Wards and Stairwells at the Oxford Health NHS Trust Whiteleaf Centre in Aylesbury.

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Digitally Printed Window Film

England, UK (PRWEB UK) 28 July 2014

Guardian has installed striking digitally printed window film to more than 100 windows and equally impressive digitally printed wall coverings in the Resource Centre, Wards and Stairwells at the Oxford Health NHS Trust Whiteleaf Centre in Aylesbury. Superbly imaginative designs by artist Christopher Tipping (Tipping Goldsmith) have been reproduced by Guardian’s Digital Production Team, using the latest ‘state of the art’ equipment and technology, to brighten surroundings at this very important centre.

The Trusts Artscape Project Manager, Tom Cox, was delighted with the completed works which he described as superb and of the same high quality as previous digitally printed window film projects completed by Guardian at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre in Headington.

"They transform the environment at the centre, giving it a very relaxing ambience, which is exactly what we were trying to achieve. Christopher Tipping must be very pleased to see his beautiful images transposed so very effectively."

Guardian is the leading window film specialist in the UK and has successfully completed more than 10,000 window film projects since its incorporation in 1998.

Window Film provides the solution to a multitude of issues with glazing in Commercial, Public and Residential properties. Excess heat gain and glare can be stopped with solar control window film, available in a wide range of colours and tints, including an optically clear window film which stops over 50% of heat gain.

Guardian also has a selection of energy control window films delivering significant savings on energy costs, often with a payback period of as little as 2 years (these films will typically continue to deliver savings for up to 20 years).

There are safety and security window films to hold glass together in the event of accidental impact, attempted intrusion, vandalism and even chemical or terrorist explosion. All of these films are tested and approved to the requisite British, European and International Standards. Add to this the extensive range of plain and decorative privacy window films plus many other speciality films such as anti fog, LCD Switchable, anti fade, manifestation and specialist uv control window film for museums, libraries, art galleries, fashion shops etc.

To learn more about Guardian’s extensive range of window film products and services, go to http://www.guardianwindowfilm.co.uk.


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