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Looking for Daylight? Try 3M Daylight Redirecting Film
‘Tis the season for short and dark days. And it seems like it’s impossible to have an encounter with daylight during the workweek, but did you know that 3M can help bring more light into your life and workspace? 3M Daylight Redirecting Film brightens the space by bouncing the light further into the room.
See how an architectural firm used 3M Daylight Redirecting Film to ensure a happier workplace.
The building’s occupants discovered that there is such a thing as too much light. The direct glare was causing issues with computer screens and eye discomfort. Office workers were taping brown paper over the windows until blinds and permanent shades were installed. The issue then was that the blinds and shades were limiting natural light.
See how this architectural firm used 3M’s Daylight Redirecting Film to decrease the glare and keep the natural light.
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Glass & Window Tinting Benefits
Reduce heat gain by as much as 78%, increase comfort, and reduce utility bills by tinting windows. Cut harsh glare without darkening your home.
Eliminate harmful UV rays by 99.9%. Preserve carpets, fabrics, furniture, and wood finishes by tinting windows.
Increase privacy from curious onlookers.
Shatter proof your glass to protect from flying glass during accidents or earthquakes by window tinting.
What Causes UV Fading?
Exposure to direct sunlight can cause many colored or painted materials to fade. Damage due to fading is caused by UV light, visible light, heat (including infrared light), artificial lighting indoors, humidity and poor dye anchorage. The first three cause about 90% of general fading. UV, visible light and heat all pass through ordinary glass and can cause expensive damage to goods and furnishings in offices, retail shops and museums. Sun Control of Minnesota can help with its advanced window film.