Long gone is the era of the cubicle office and harsh productivity standards. Today, businesses are finding newer, more effective ways to keep their staff focused and productive. Solutions designed to improve employee comfort and energy levels are now the new norm and are helping many businesses exert more output than ever before.
One of these innovative solutions is glare reduction window film. By installing glare reduction window film, Denver businesses can improve their office’s atmosphere and make it more conducive to activities required during the workday, such as work conducted on lap tops and projector screens.
Below, we’ve discussed how to use window film in your office to reduce glare and make it a more enjoyable place to work.
How Does Glare Reducing Window Film Work?
Glare reducing window film is designed to eliminate harsh rays of light that cause glare without reducing the brightness of a room. It does this by using spectrally selective technology, a new innovative which actually separates and singles out certain rays of light. Light frequencies that cause glare, like ultraviolet rays, are cast off by the film. Simultaneously, the volume of VLT is amplified, giving the room a pleasant brightness that’s easy on the eyes.
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Reasons to Get Rid of the Glare in Your Office
Harsh sunlight causes a number of problems in indoor spaces. Not only does it make it impossible for employees to see their computer screen, but it causes harm in many other ways too such as:
- Forces employees to strain their eyes, making them feel tired and unmotivated
- Creates a bad impression with clients when you’re trying to give a presentation
- Decreases employee productivity, eventually resulting in lost contracts or revenue
How to Use Glare Reduction Window Film in Your Building
Here’s how to use window film to get rid of the glare in your Denver office:
1. Identify areas where glare is a problem. Then, locate the source of the glare. Are there skylights or doors that need to be addressed in addition to the windows?
2. Consider other issues your office may be experiencing. Is it too hot or cold? Is furniture fading quickly? Window film could help with these problems too, depending on the type you end up buying.
3. Contact a window tinting contractor in your area and tell them about your problem. Schedule a day and time for a consultation so that you can start looking at different options of film that will help get rid of the glare.
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About The Author: Mike Kinsey
Mike Kinsey is the Chief Operating Officer at Denver Commercial Window Tinting and has been installing window film for over a decade. His background includes years of experience in the construction industry as well as extensive project management. Mike oversees all day to day operations at the Denver branch, including onsite management of window film installations, sales, and customer relations. His knowledge of security, privacy/decorative, and energy efficient window film products is extensive, giving him the skill and aptitude to select the ideal film for any application. Mike's expertise is backed by certifications from 3M, EnerLogic, and AIA for continuing education.
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