What is hospital window tinting and why would any hospital want to consider it? This process consists of installing a certain type of window tint, also known as window film, to hospital windows for a specific purpose. The main purpose we’re going to talk about today is thermal efficiency and the energy savings that come along with it. With energy efficiency hospital window tinting, Denver hospitals can see actual savings on their energy bills.

Hospitals are buildings with a huge amount of windows and they need to be extremely well climate controlled. Comfortably warm in the winter, comfortably cool the rest of the year. So it’s no surprise that heating and cooling bills for a hospital are astronomical. But what if there was a cost-effective way to lower those bills? What hospital administrator wouldn’t want to hear more?

Energy efficiency hospital window tinging, Denver hospital administrators are finding, can save them much needed money for other projects. Once the energy saving window film is installed, it will block a sizeable percentage of heat gain in the summer, keeping the rooms automatically cooler. And cooler rooms require less air conditioning which in turn requires less energy.

In winter, energy saving hospital window film blocks heat loss through the glass, keeping the rooms warmer. And warmer rooms require less heat output which in turn also requires less energy.


And the less energy you use, the lower your energy bills. Many clients find this type of window tinting product pays for itself in two or three years, leaving them to reap the savings for many more years to come.

With hospital window tinting, Denver hospitals can see a couple of other excellent benefits:

1. Glare reduction. Glare makes it difficult for patients to see their TVs without drawing the blinds. And it can also make it difficult for anyone to see their computer, tablet, or laptop screen. Hospital window tinting, Denver hospitals are discovering, not only saves money but saves eyestrain by substantially cutting glare.

2. UV protection. The sun’s UVA and UVB rays are not just damaging to peoples’ skin, they are also the main cause of fading. The artwork, the furnishings, all the interiors in your hospital will fade if directly exposed to the strong Colorado sun, even through a window. With the installation of hospital window tinting, Denver hospitals also get a “sunblock” for their interiors, saving money by keeping the interiors looking good longer.

For more information about hospital window tinting, Denver or anywhere across the state of Colorado, we hope you will contact us today. We’re happy to answer any questions or offer a quote for a hospital window tinting job.

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.