Screen Innovations expands range

Screen Innovations

With a successful InfoComm 2016 behind them, Screen Innovations is approaching the commercial market aggressively with an expanded portfolio of screen solutions, an agile built-to-order program and a set of online designer tools that make doing business with the company an integrators dream.

SI vice president Blake Vackar says the company’s ultimate goal is to earn your business, not expect it.

“We want commercial integrators to know we are not the average white screen company, we are not a commodity—we are selling an experience that goes way beyond the competition,” he says.

 As part of SI’s assertive approach to the commercial market, the company is giving away demo kits for first time customers.  SI wants dealers to have the opportunity to demonstrate the best technologies, experience its customer service, online tools such as instant drawings, price quotes and calculators to determine the right screen based on lighting, room size, seating distance and more.

 A variety of screen solutions are available ideally suited for conference rooms, educational facilities, houses of worship, retail outlets, restaurants, museums and more.

SI has also expanded its screen sizes and material options including the award-winning Black Diamond multi-directional Ambient Light Rejecting (ALR) screen, Black Diamond film that can be applied like window tint to any glass or plexiglass surface, Slate (ALR), ZERO-G a “levitating” screen which won two Best of Show awards at InfoComm and FlexGlass the world’s first and only rollable rear-pro glass screen.

“Let SI quote your next commercial project and let us show why doing business with us will improve your everyday life,” Blake says.

“Trust the company chosen by NASA to create the first projection screen in outer space, currently on-board the International Space Station.  SI has gone where no other screen manufacturer has gone before.”


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