4 Benefits of Using Window Tinting at your Business
Commercial window tinting delivers a lot of value for your money. A small investment into tinting your storefront or any of the windows in your commercial space will bring big rewards later on. Consider some of the benefits of getting your commercial windows tinted.
1. Commercial Window Tinting Saves Money
Most people are surprised when they hear that applying solar control tint to your exterior windows can drop their electricity bills by a significant amount. The savings correlate with the strength of the tint: low-percentage tint films that allow very little light to pass through will keep more heat out, which means less energy is spent on AC.
And that's not the only way you can save with tinted windows. Tinted commercial windows last longer since the film protects glass panes from damage. A rock that gets kicked up from your parking lot might just nick the film instead of cracking the glass.
2. Increased Privacy and Security
One of the reasons tinted windows are so popular with residential customers is that they provide a much greater level of security and privacy. Commercial clients can benefit from that same sense of security. Your customers and your staff want to feel safe. If your storefront is in an area prone to crime, tinting your windows reduces your risk.
Thieves want to be able to scope out a location before they make a move. Tinted windows make it hard, or even impossible, for a thief to accurately assess what's going on inside the store unless they actually walk in. Odds are they'll move on.
3. Impress Your Customers
Patrons love tinted windows. Lots of businesses put small seating areas right up against the windows for customers to wait. However, in those hot summer months, the sun cooks your customers even with the AC running. With tinted windows, you can give your customers a more comfortable space that they'll appreciate.
If you want to really get people's attention, put custom vinyl on your windows. We can turn your logo into a film and apply it to your windows. Many companies choose to do this with a frosted or glazed window finish, which also cuts down on the light coming into the building.
4. Personalize Each Space
Tint films come in different shades, which allows you to pick the right film for each application. For example, if you have a west-facing storefront and your customers tend to come in the afternoon, use a darker tint on those windows. Perhaps the opposite side of the building could use a lighter tint to keep the area illuminated. Just as most tinted car windows use different levels for the front and back, so, too, can your commercial windows.
Personalization is what we're all about at NWSP. Tell us what you need, show us your windows, and we'll get you exactly what you're looking for. Contact NWSP Spokane to get a quote and learn more about our window treatments.