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Office window tinting will reduce the amount of heat that makes it into your facilitiesHere at Innovative Solar Control Inc., we know that you want to do everything you can to help your business, and that includes helping your team maximize their productivity. There are many strategies to achieve this goal, but something that can be overlooked is environmental factors. Workers are able to focus better and produce more and better-quality results when they are able to do so in a comfortable environment. Something that can make an immediate difference in your office’s comfort levels, and in turn your team’s productivity, is to install office window tinting.

In this article, our team at Innovative Solar Control Inc. will go over three ways that tinting your windows will help your employees increase productivity.

  • Improves Comfort- As stated above, keeping your workplace comfortable makes a big difference in overall productivity. In the hot summer months, the sun streaming through the windows can make the office too hot for your employees to maintain focus. Office window tinting will reduce the amount of heat that makes it into your facilities, improving your team’s comfort and morale, and allowing them to stay on the job longer.
  • Reduces Glare- Anyone who has used a computer understands how glare from the sun can impede your ability to work—you can’t make progress on a project if you can’t see the screen to work on it. Our office window tinting offers a solution to this problem that will diffuse the light around the room rather than create harsh beams that white out your screens.
  • Doesn’t Impede Natural Light- We find that many people are reluctant to install office window tinting because they don’t want to lose the natural light in their spaces. We assure you that our window tint products will still allow an abundance of natural light into your office, merely diffusing it so that it’s not so harsh rather than blocking it. This allows you to avoid the potential drawbacks of natural light while keeping the benefits, such as sunlight’s noted relationship with mood and focus.