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The Pros and Cons of Reflective Window Film  

If your business has banks of windows, you should consider using reflective window film. Today’s Exp Pro Glass and Design Inc blog will take a closer look at the pros and cons of mirror windows.

Natural light can be warm and inviting when at home, however, can cause a multitude of problems for businesses. This is because too much sunlight can create unwanted glare and increase the temperature in a workspace. So if you are struggling with high energy bills, a complete lack of privacy, or just have old and inefficient windows, then window film could be the answer. Adding a reflective window film to your business windows comes with numerous benefits, however, what about the drawbacks?

We go over the pros and cons of reflective window films so you are able to make a more informed decision to see if they are right for you.

The Pros of Window Film

There are several benefits that come with window films that include reduced energy costs and a more attractive workspace. Here are a few more reasons that people choose to install a reflective glass film.

It Offers Privacy

One of the most obvious benefits is the privacy it offers. For example, if you work on the ground floor and your building has multiple windows, then privacy is a concern. During the day, people are unable to look into your building, and reflective films can remove the need for blinds or curtains.

Keeps Rooms Cooler in Summer and Warm in Winter

Does your office face the sun? If your workspace receives a great deal of natural sunlight, you may find it too hot in the summer. Reflective window film will bounce part of the sun’s rays back, which in turn will help to keep rooms cooler. This is a good benefit during warm days as it reduces the need for fans or air conditioning to be continuously running.

To learn about our mirror windows and what they can offer you, please do not hesitate to call us today at (571) 207-9639, we are based in the Alexandria, VA area.

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