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6 Ways to Use Commercial Window Film in Your Office

Commercial window film has many benefits, including: increasing privacy, reducing glare, increasing efficiency, and adding aesthetic value. Consider these applications for commercial window film to your office and reap the benefits for yourself!

1. Increase privacy in conference rooms without losing light.

Frosted window film can add a new layer of privacy to conference rooms and private offices without decreasing the amount of available light. Frosted window film can also add to the aesthetic of your office space. Privacy film is available in a variety of shades and patterns to match the design of any office space.

2. Add a professional aesthetic throughout your office space.

Add designs to cubicles and other areas throughout your offices with Decorative Window Films. There are many options for subtle patterns that can help tie your space together. Decorative window film can be applied on the entire window or as a partial design.

3. Decrease sun-glare on monitors.

Use tinted commercial window film to decrease the glare on computer monitors. Tinted window film can also reduce UV rays by up to 99%. Consider adding tinted window film to rooms with large windows to allow employees to stay productive regardless of the time of day.

4. Increase safety with security window film.

Commercial security window film works by creating a layer of protection to strengthen glass during break-ins, vandalism, or storm damage. The glass stays better intact with security window film so that if broken, the shards stay together. This can help slow down an intruder, give you more time to react, and reduce dangerous flying glass debris.

Six Ways to Use Commercial Window Film in Your Office

5. Add branding to your front entrance.

Utilize commercial window film to incorporate your logo in the glass of your building's front entrance to help brand your space. This will assist customers in identifying they are in the right place and provide your business with a sense of professionalism. You can also add decorative window film designs to brand interior windows for shared facilities.

6. Keep a comfortable temperature throughout the office.

Sun control or UV blocking commercial window film helps maintain a comfortable temperature indoor even in the brightest rooms. Adding UV blocking window film to your office space can keep employees comfortable no matter the season, as well as save on your electricity bill. They can also help prevent fading of carpet and furniture.

Get a Free Window Film Estimate for Your Business

If you're considering adding commercial window film to your office space, contact us today for a free estimate to get started with upgrading your area. For inspiration, please take a look at our suppliers' website or our window film portfolio to see what we might be able to do for you.

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