People assume commercial window tinting for a variety of reasons. Reduce heat from the sun to protect furniture and art, tinting can offer a solution to many problems. Before contacting a professional, ask yourself why you want your windows tinted. Answering these questions is the first step in making the decision and worthwhile investment for your home or business.
One of the most common reasons people seeks a solution of this kind is to reduce solar heat coming through the windows. Low emissivity or silvery film can help reduce up to 80% of the sun's heat. This type of film is the most energy-efficient and can help reduce both your cooling and heating bills throughout the year, regardless of the season.
Another problem many people face is faded artwork, furniture and even carpets. Business & commercial window tinting can help reduce fades and prolong life for each item. Sunlight contains not only hot but UV rays. Window tinting can reduce Ultra-violet rays up to 99% which saves money in the long run because you will not have to replace faded items.
Sun and glare is a common problem. Office window tinting is also a good way to reduce glare in the workplace, especially as the sun moves across the sky. Choosing the right film can produce a 93% reduction in this troublesome glare that not only makes for a more pleasant working environment but also improve the health of good vision for your employees.
Privacy and security are a good motivator to make this type of investment. With regards to security, window tinting can protect windows from damage and scratches. The film keeps glass from shattering and posing health and safety hazards posed by broken glass. It also reduces the amount of visibility into your office from the prying eyes of outsiders. While people may be able to make out a rough outline they will not be able to see specific details – be it the pieces of work and business equipment or sensitive documents.