If you have a lot of glass in your building, you’ve got a number of reasons to look into the HVAC benefits of sun control window tint. The use of commercial window film gives your windows added insulating value to help increase interior comfort and employee productivity while reducing building energy costs.
High performance film rejects up to 79% of the heat that would otherwise come through the window. That can translate into a savings of about one ton of air conditioning for every 100 square feet of glass exposed to sunlight.
Films also help maintain a more consistent temperature inside, eliminating hot and cold spots.
Additionally, applying window tint to your building will provide you with an opportunity to demonstrate environmental leadership and can help earn your building LEED credits toward becoming a green facility.
LLumar window films have the ability to block up to 90% of the glare that would otherwise enter your building.
LLumar window tint can make your building more comfortable for your tenants and guests, and at the same time reduce the cost and amount of energy being used.
Additionally, you can be instrumental in helping your building earn LEED credit towards becoming a green facility.
Along with a number of benefits to the occupants inside your building, when viewed from the outside, window films can give your building a clean, uniform and contemporary appearance.
Glass is the weakest link in your building against crime, extreme weather and accidents. Applying LLumar window film helps strengthen glass against these elements, increasing peace of mind for you and your tenants.
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LLumar window tinting can block up to 99.9% of the sun’s damaging ultraviolet rays – the number one cause of fading – so your furnishings, surfaces and artwork will have a longer life. Whether it’s sunny or cloudy, UV rays damage materials and surfaces exposed to natural light.
Up to 99.9% UV reduction can be achieved with lightly tinted and even clear films! In addition, LLumar window films help reduce glare and solar heat gain, other key contributors to fading.