Architectural Finish Films
Architectural Films are bringing new methods to the design and construction industry with traditional demo and replace renovations!
TGT Group is leading the industry with architectural film products and services that are not only high quality and affordable, but also provide a great return on investment and so much more!
First, A Little History…
Architectural Finsih Films started years ago in the automotive industry with interior finished of car wrapping (those old woodies!) and eventually made their way to the commercial landscape in Asia for the last 40 years due the scarcity of natural resources. Not until recently have these products been introduced back into the U.S. architecture and design industry.
TGT Group is proud to be teaming up with the leading manufacturing vendors who are leading the charge by developing a new way of thinking within the industry – one that promotes sustainability and eliminates the wasteful and expensive “demo and replace” construction cycle commonly seen in commercial renovations.
Our wide variety of architectural finish film products are designed to model natural resources such as fine wood, stone, metal, leather, and so much more! Let the experts at TGT Group walk through your project, whether it be commercial and residential, to not only ensure the correct window film is being applied to the correct type of glass, but that you are aesthetically receiving the right look for your project.
We represent the top architectural finish film manufacturer products to offer our clients the best value and specifications for their project.
Renovation and Adaptive Reuse
Reuse existing structures and surfaces by transforming them into an entirely new look and feel, at a fraction of the cost compared to natural materials. Architectural Films have the power to change any substrate or surface from chrome to metal, metal to wood, wood to stone, and then back again.
The old way of thinking of “demo and replace” is shifting to an innovative “adapt and reuse” model and TGT Group makes adaptive reuse more efficient than ever before.