Your office is where the magic happens. Whether you’re connecting your community with great tech or providing quality accounting support, you’re the best at what you do, and you value providing quality service. That’s why providing a comfortable and safe work environment is one of the most important things you can do for your employees and yourself. One of the best ways to make your office more comfortable is also one of the simplest: adding quality window tint.

Our team of window tinting professionals at Sun Control of Minnesota specializes in installing both commercial and residential window tints. We’ve put together this list of a few reasons window tinting your office windows is one of the best investments you can make for your workplace.

1. Create Privacy

Adding window tint to your workplace creates instant privacy. When applied to both exterior and interior glass, it can help protect intellectual property, as well as physical.

It can also help employees feel they have more privacy in an open workplace, adding to their productivity and comfort while at work. We offer a wide range of shades and tints and custom office tinting depending on the desired look and level of privacy.

2. Lower Energy Bills

The sun’s heat and UV rays can heat the temperature in your office. Not only does this make the workplace less comfortable, it can also increase the costs of cooling your office or facility. Adding window tint can dramatically lower the UV rays and heat that filters into your office, which means energy savings that add up over time and a cooler environment

3. Eliminate Glare

Few things are more frustrating than the glare from the sun. With an office that faces the sun, your employees can end up having trouble seeing their monitors or even interacting with customers. Adding 3M window tinting for your office reduces glare so your employees can see what they’re doing.

4. Protect Your Workplace

3M window tinting and security film can impede break-ins. That’s because it works to hold the glass together upon impact. Even if a burglar manages to break the glass, security film can slow down the process, making it far more likely that the intruder will take off or be caught.

5. Keep Your Furniture Looking New

Sunlight contains UV rays that are harmful to your furniture. Prolonged UV ray exposure can make your furniture, carpeting, and upholstery fade and get paler with time.

Control the UV rays exposure to your office by getting your office windows tinted. This would eventually lower all of its harmful effects on the furniture, carpeting, posters, and art in the office.

6. Add a More Stylish Exterior

Externally tinted windows can help boost your office building's appearance and make it more aesthetically pleasing and professional to future employees, investors, partners, and clients. Outside curb appeal is just as important as the interior design of your office space, so why not make it as visually appealing outside as in?

7. Provide a More Comfortable Working Environment

As an employer, it is your responsibility to ensure the maximum productivity of your employees. However, being productive becomes difficult in an uncomfortable environment. Sunlight pouring through the windows throughout the day can make it harder to work and such an environment may be uncomfortable for your employees and result in inadequate work performance.

Tinted windows block out the sunlight and prevent it from reaching indoors. This would eventually make the indoors of your office more comfortable and pleasant to work in.

Twin Cities Commercial Window Tinting

If you’re looking for a way to improve your workplace, consider adding window tinting to your exterior and interior windows. With decorative window film, safety and security film, and window shading options, you can add character while protecting your workspace.

Imagine adding privacy while creating a stunning look that impresses your customers or shows off one of your best products. Whatever your vision, our custom printing division can bring it to life! 

Give our team a call at 651.490.1060, or connect with us online to learn more about our options.