How Window Film Helps Reduce Your Carbon Footprint

As building trends and consumer demands for green and sustainable energy use grows, business and building owners have a responsibility to reduce their waste and use less energy. Commercial window film can have a dramatic impact on the carbon footprint of a building and can improve its work environment for years to come.

Window film is designed to keep heat in during colder months and cool air in during the sweltering summers. Because there’s a significant amount of heat that passes through glass (even high-efficiency panes), your building won’t truly be energy efficient until you prevent energy loss through your windows.

Specialized commercial window tinting also reduces glare in the building in question, allowing for more natural light to enter without being distracting for inhabitants and providing a more unrestricted view of the outside. Artificial lights can be turned down or off as a result, which helps with energy savings.

Tinted window film also blocks the sun’s deadly UV rays, which can cause skin damage. UV rays also fade and destroy flooring, furniture, carpet, signs, and other indoor materials. Applying a layer of protective window film can help indoor objects last longer without the need for replacement and excess waste.

For more information about the benefits of adding window film to your office or commercial building, contact Brower Tinting and Graphics by using the form or giving us a call at (425) 251-6849.

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