Many of us during COVID are using our homes like offices. Business as usual has put this on hold for a little while and hopefully, we will soon return. So while you use your home dining room or study or even your bedroom as an office–a good improvement to your home’s windows could be Daylight Redirecting WIndow film. This film is commonly applied in office settings in highrises and will have similar helpful effects on your home–where you now spend the majority of your time working. In fact, there are three distinct benefits for your Denver dwelling that we have outlined below.
The Most Important Daylight Redirecting Benefits for Denver Office Spaces
- Increases comfort and attention span: When you work from home sometimes, due to kids, dogs, and dishes (haha) focusing on your work can be tough. The sun shining brightly onto your computer screen doesn’t do you any favors. Daylight redirecting film takes away glare. Meaning one less distraction when you are trying to get things done. Also, daylight redirecting films even out hot and cold spots in your Denver home–so you spend less time putting on sweaters or fiddling with the thermostat.
- Boosts working from home productivity: Just like daylight redirecting film helps you concentrate, it also makes you more productive. Glare is insidious and it may be affecting your performance even if you can’t see it on your computer screen. It causes eye strain and headaches which keep you from working as efficiently as possible and forcing you to take more frequent and longer breaks.
- Saves you money: One of the biggest complaints from people who now work from home in the time of a pandemic is–a sharp increase in energy bills. As it were, daylight redirecting film not only has benefits for your health but also lowers heating and cooling bills. What many people don’t realize about these amazing window films is that they also lower lighting costs too. This is because they direct sunlight deeper into your home–reducing your need to turn on lights in many rooms.
For more information on daylight redirecting films that work best for your Denver office space, contact us today!
About The Author: Mike Kinsey
Mike Kinsey has sold and installed over 250,000 square feet of window film. As the Operations Manager for Denver Home Window Tinting, Mike oversees all aspects of sales, product education, and customer relations. He is also the project manager for all residential window film installs. Mike's extensive product knowledge and years of experience give him the ability to select the perfect window film for any home. From privacy and decorative to energy efficiency, security, and more, Mike is well versed in all the top innovations and products available on the market today. He and his team have completed hundreds of projects in the Denver metro area, as well as the surrounding areas of Aurora, Wheat Ridge, Arvada, Centennial, Englewood, Thornton, and Littleton.
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