Commercial UV Window Film
Keep UV rays out with UV window film for your commercial building in Tennessee.
Untreated windows allow harmful UV rays to enter your building. UV rays lead to heat gain, glare, and irreparable damage to your interior furnishings and tenants. UV window film is a seamless protective shield applied directly to your pre-existing windows that filters the light, reducing UV ray admittance by up to 99.9%. Create a comfortable and safe commercial environment with UV window film for your Tennessee property.
How Do UV Rays Affect My Commercial Property?
UV rays affect your commercial property primarily though fading, which can damage your commercial property interior. UV ray protection window film filters out the harmful UV rays that lead to fading from long-term exposure to ultraviolet rays. Replacement costs can add up, as fading affects walls, paintings, furniture, and flooring. Protect the investment you made in your building and furnishings and eliminate future costs due to fading with the installation of UV window film on your Tennessee property.
Ultraviolet rays not only leave damaging effects on your commercial interior, but they can cause sun-damage effects for your tenants. Prolonged exposure to damaging ultraviolet rays leads to increased chances of skin cancer and pre-mature aging. LLumar window film for UV ray protection is backed by the support of the Skin Cancer Foundation. The Skin Cancer Foundation’s Seal of Recommendation is granted to sun protection products that have been reviewed by and meet the specific criteria of an independent Photobiology Committee. Increase the UV protection of your building with UV film for your commercial windows.
Decrease Heat Gain in Your Commercial Building with UV Film
Ultraviolet ray exposure can increase heat gain in your building and cause discomfort for your employees and tenants. Discomfort typically leads to frequent complaints and disruption to workflow or productivity. Reduce the influx of heat through your property’s windows and get rid of hot spots in the areas that receive the most sunlight. This reduction in heat gain translates to reduced energy costs and increased comfort making for a happier and more comfortable commercial environment.