This can be very beneficial for people who work in front of a computer most of the day, since excess glare can result in eye strain and headaches. It’s also good for preventing glare off shiny surfaces, such as office floors, counters, and other hard surfaces.
If you’ve ever had a piece of furniture from a matching set placed in front of a picture window, you probably know how the ultraviolet (UV) light coming through the window can fade the upholstery and turn your matching furniture set into a non-matching set.
UV rays also fade drapes, carpets, photos, and artwork. Office window tinting cuts down on UV rays coming into your commercial building, preserving the look of carpet, upholstery, and artwork without significantly reducing ambient visible light. In fact, some UV window tints are virtually unnoticeable.
Window films are ingeniously designed so that they let enough visible light in to preserve the view and allow people to see out, while significantly blocking the view of the interior from the outside. This is great for enhancing privacy without giving up a great view.
Some films are thick enough that they can even help hold windows together should they be shattered, and this can reduce damage to the interior and help keep your employees safer.
Today’s office window tinting products are much more advanced than the products of the past. With office window tinting, your building can have a uniform, neat look from the outside, even if every office uses blinds or drapes differently.
Furthermore, custom window tinting can be created to incorporate patterns, logos, or your business name. You can even get a beautiful etched or sandblasted look without the permanence of these glass modification techniques. Check out the video below to see an example: