From airports to bus stops; from schools to stadiums; from offices to restaurants and everything in between, any commercial space can benefit from the addition of window film. We work with business owners, property managers and architects to choose, design and install a vast array of window tinting and film products. Our films serve a variety of proposes. Solar control films can defend against harmful UV radiation and making your space more energy efficient. Security films can help address security concerns from robberies to bomb blasts. Surface films replace damaged surfaces such as metal and mirrors, and can even create whiteboard surfaces. Decorative films add privacy and create beautiful branded and graphical elements on any surface. Learn about how window films from Scottish Window Tinting can benefit your commercial space.
Benefits of Commercial Applications of Window Films
With commercial energy efficiency window films, businesses can reap the benefits of low-E glass without the cost of replacement windows. These films block heat gain in summer and prevent heat loss in winter, cutting energy costs and making the building more comfortable for staff, customers, and guests.
With security window films, burglars are thwarted entry through the windows. If the windows do break, the glass is held securely in place by the film, denying entry and eliminated messy and dangerous cleanups. Some security films are strong enough to withstand explosions, thereby eliminating one of the biggest dangers: glass turning into flying shrapnel.
Give a building a new, modern, upgraded look from either the interior or the exterior. With specialized custom window films, businesses can revitalize the look of an older building, giving it a modern look that will attract buyers and renters alike. Contact us for more details.
Many of our window films are multi-taskers, adding 99% UV block and glare reduction right along with their other major benefit. Since UV are the rays of the sun that cause fading in furnishings, blocking it can add years of life to a building’s interiors.