With so many people showing an interest in improving the energy efficiency and facility operations of their spaces, we thought you might find this article interesting. This article was posted in FacilitiesNet about the three ways that window film can improve facility operations. To summarize, the three ways are as follows:
- Reduces Energy Costs: When window film is installed, the stress on the HVAC system is greatly reduced. Film keeps the cool air inside during summer months and limits heat loss during the winter months. These benefits can ultimately result in lower utility bills for facility managers.
- Improves Safety Measures: Windows and doors are any building’s main point of entry, even for those who are uninvited. Safety window films can help reduce property loss and damage in the event of a burglary attempt by making it far more difficult for criminals to penetrate the building through glass doors and windows. Also, in the unlikely and unfortunate event of a natural disaster or extreme weather event, safety and security window film will help minimize damage to property and occupants.
- Increases Productivity for Occupants and Preserve Furnishings: Window film lets in natural daylight, but blocks 99% of the sun’s damaging ultraviolet rays, and up to 82% of the sun’s heat. Sun beaming in through the windows can be harmful to the building’s occupants and damage the furnishings. Window film can solve these problems, making it easier for employees to get their jobs done comfortably while protecting their skin and the interior furnishings.
If this interests you and you would like to read this entire article, click HERE
If you would like more information on commercial window film and how it can improve facility operations as mentioned in this article, click HERE. If you have any questions or would like to arrange a free, no obligation quotation, please contact Sun Limits today by calling your local phone number located HERE or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We service Lancaster, Reading, York, Lebanon and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and the surrounding communities.