Fort Myers Window Tinting Company Announces Completion of Eco-Friendly Project for Hyatt at Coconut Point
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SUMMARY: Beverly Hills Window Tinting Inc of Fort Myers / Naples announced the recent completion of a commercial window tinting project for the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa. This project was launched by the Eco-award winning hotel to improve energy efficiency and add to guests’ comfort. Because of the significant energy usage reduction the window tinting will create, FPL contributed to the funding of this project.
Chris or Joann Russo
Beverly Hills Window Tinting
FORT MYERS, FLORIDA 7/29/13 - A Naples – Fort Myers window tinting company, Beverly Hills Window Tinting Inc, proudly announces the completion of a commercial window tinting project for the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa. This project was launched by the Eco-award winning hotel to even further improve its energy efficiency, while also adding to guests’ comfort.
The Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa is located on 26 acres overlooking the Estero Bay Aquatic Preserve. The luxury hotel was recently honored with Florida Green Lodging’s Three Palm eco-friendly certification. The Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort & Spa has been named among the AAA Four Diamond Hotels, and is considered one of the world’s top 500 hotels.
“Working with the Hyatt Regency has been a very exciting project for us,” explains Chris Russo of BHWT. "This is a hotel that offers an extremely high level of quality service to guests, but also has a dedication towards eco-friendliness. Through the installation of window tinting, we were able to help contribute to these goals.”
Hotel clients and employees of the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point & Spa will now benefit from the advantages of professionally installed window tinting. Beverly Hills Window Tinting Inc (BHWT) of Fort Myers / Naples was contracted by the Hyatt in an effort to improve cooling efficiency and reduce energy consumption. This tinting is also designed to diminish fading and glare; add security and safety; and improve privacy for hotel clients.
“Energy reduction is good for everyone,” added Russo. “We pride ourselves in delivering a superior product, which will certainly provide an even higher level of comfort and privacy for the hotel guests, while also reducing energy usage. Additionally, the tinting provides protection against sun damage to the hotel’s furniture, thereby extending its life and providing less refuse in our landfills.”
BHWT and Hyatt are not the only ones who appreciate the energy reduction benefits of this project. In fact, because of the significant reduction in energy usage it creates, Florida Power and Light Company (FPL) contributed approximately 30% to the funding for tinting the portion of the Hyatt Regency’s windows that were western facing.
FPL is continually looking for ways to reduce impact on the environment. In addition to providing funding assistance for projects such as these, FPL is also involved in endangered species programs, recycling energy, and the Everglades Mitigation Bank project. http://www.fpl.com/environment/commitment.shtml
Russo continued, “In addition to the positive environmental impact, the cost savings involved with properly installed window tinting is huge. It is rewarding to provide a service that not only helps our environment, but also saves people money when commercial buildings and homes have their windows tinted.”
Although BHWT is well known for their vehicle tinting services, the company has a growing reputation as an impeccable commercial window tinting contractor. BHWT is currently on a long term project for Bank of America in Florida and Georgia. Other past projects included Fort Myers City Hall, Hodges University in Naples, Edison Community College, and Naples Community Hospital.
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