Why the Texans are paying a premium for window tintings on their commercial windows
The Texans are now one of the top teams in the NFL for window tints on commercial windows, according to a new study.
The team paid $1,000 to $2,000 per year for commercial window tinted windows for its commercial properties last season.
That was more than the $900 to $1 and $1.50 per square foot rate the rest of the league was paying.
The Texans were one of only five teams that were among the top 10 teams in that category.
The rest of teams were among those that paid a much lower rate, with the average rate at $850.
The study, conducted by the Center for Sports Marketing at the University of South Carolina, found that the Texans pay more than most teams, but they are also among the best in the league at getting the right tint.
The league has long considered commercial windows a part of the home football experience and the team has done extensive work on improving the quality of the interior, including installing a large glass roof and adding an air conditioning system.
But that work is just beginning.
The research showed the Texans paid an average of $1 per square inch for commercial windows.
That’s less than the average of the rest, which was $2.10 per square inches.
The commercial window rate also is lower than the NFL average, which is $2 per square-foot.
The Houston Texans pay $1 to $3 for commercial tinted commercial windows and $2 to $5 for commercial, window tintable commercial windows on their corporate buildings.
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