Did you know that commercial buildings account for approximately 19% of total energy consumption for the United States each year? It’s estimated that collectively commercial buildings spend $38 billion dollars annually on lighting costs alone. And Dallas, being the third largest city in Texas, accounts for a good portion of that energy consumption. But what if you could eliminate the need for artificial lighting in your building and save money without making any expensive changes or renovations to your Dallas office? Well now you can thanks to Daylight Redirecting Window Tint!
About Daylight Redirecting Tint
Daylight Redirecting Tint is one of the newest window tinting innovations that’s actually designed to make building interiors brighter naturally. Daylight Redirecting Tint is installed in the upper portion of your office building windows where it works to redirect incoming sunlight and extend it deeper into the building. It costs down on costs for artificial lighting and makes buildings more energy efficient.
But energy savings aren’t the only benefit. Daylight Redirecting Tint has actually proven to be useful in terms of employee productivity. You see, our bodies depend on sunlight to keep us happy and energized. Contact with the sunlight allows for an increase in white blood cell production and also releases endorphins that help stabilize our mood. Studies have shown that employees who get more sunlight are more focused, productive, and less likely to get sick.
Window Tint Vs. Window Replacement
And unlike triple and double pane windows, having your windows tinted doesn’t involve any expensive structural changes or renovations. Daylight Redirecting Tint is simply installed on your existing windows to maximize their sun catching potential. It brings brightness into your building without allowing excess heat or glare to enter.
Schedule a Window Tinting Consultation in Dallas
Find out today how much you could save! Call Green Light Window Films to schedule an appointment with a professional window tinting contractor in the Dallas area to discuss window tinting options for your office or commercial building.