Glare through windows of your Denver office may not seem like something that does much damage. However, the truth is–glare could be crippling the performance of your employees and reducing the efficacy of your HVAC system. Issues of glare stem from the sun’s harmful and intense rays beaming onto and through your office’s windows. These rays cause all types of problems and stopping them adds up to a better workspace and, ultimately, more profit for you.

Here is why.

Glare Reduction Window Film Reduces Eye Strain

When the sun glares through the windows and onto computer screens, employees need to strain to see them. This is also true of screens in meeting rooms. Over time this leads to things like headaches and other maladies that affect the performance of otherwise productive employees. Glare reducing window films block these rays, making screens more clear and preserving the eye health of your valued workers.

Glare Reduction Window Film Evens Out Temperatures

Intense sun rays on office windows, as we see here in Denver, cause something called solar heat gain. This heat transfers through windows causing the area around windows to be uncomfortably hot. This phenomenon is also why workspaces have hot and cold spots. These uneven temperatures make workplaces uncomfortable and distract employees from the work at hand. Glare reducing window film reduces solar heat gain, evening out office temperatures and helping employees get more work done in a temperature-controlled environment.

Glare Reduction Window Film Blocks UV Rays

Finally, there is the issue of UV rays coming through your office windows and causing harm to your employees’ skin and eyes. UV rays are responsible for ailments as small as headaches to diseases as big as cancers. Therefore, by block glare, window film keeps office workers safe from a variety of health issues–increasing productivity and reducing sick days.

The bottom line is glare reducing window film increases office productivity and keeps you and your employees healthier–pretty compelling reasons to have it installed in your Denver workspace.

For more information on glare reducing window film and to learn about our extensive selection of premium films–contact us today!

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.