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Commercial Window Films: Denver’s Solution to Eye-Straining Glare

Modern buildings are built with more and more glass: glass doors, windows, even walls! These beautiful modern buildings have many advantages. They let more light in, providing the benefits of natural lighting for much longer periods of the day. They provide an open, airy feel which workers really enjoy. They look fantastic!

But they also offer some glaring disadvantages. And one of them—yep, you guessed it—is glare itself. These days, every office has at least one computer and depending on the type of business, most have many more. If you’ve ever had to move your computer and your chair around the room to be able to work, if you’ve ever leapt up and pulled down the shades just to be able to see, then you know just how uncomfortable glare can be. Glare from the sun pouring in through naked windows can lead to eye strain, headaches, and perhaps even damage to the eyes over time.

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How can you reduce glare, increase comfort and productivity, and ease your employees’ eyes in a simple, green, practical, long lasting, money-saving fashion? (Not to mention, an easily and quickly installed, non-disruptive to your business fashion?)

Denver commercial window films to the rescue!

The sunglasses industry provides the perfect outdoor solution, with shades of all types that block both UVA and UVB radiation, mirrored and Polaroid lenses that block or substantially reduce uncomfortable glare. But wearing sunglasses indoors is both impractical and frankly, a bit pretentious. Wouldn’t you agree?

For Denver, Commercial Window Films Just Make Sense

In a place where the sun shines just about every day, like Denver, commercial window films can provide the perfect solution to the problem of glare. Depending on the type of film you choose, you can cut 99% of the sun’s UV rays and about half of the glare—a substantial difference, wouldn’t you agree?

One of the case studies on our website mentions a utility in Florida who installed Vista UVShield on all 900 windows of their facility. One of their main reasons was concern over the harsh glare bouncing in off a lake right outside, that was giving all their employees problems. Take a look at the case study here: Read this case study here.

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