Get Your Buildings in Shape with Energy Saving Window Film

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This is about the time each year that New Years Resolutions begin to fall by the wayside. However, there is one that is easy to keep and will help save you money on energy costs and keep you more comfortable all year round. We are talking about getting your commercial building in shape by using a commercial energy saving window film on your building in Cincinnati or Columbus, Ohio. This innovative product from 3M Window Film can help your building get in shape in the following ways:

Save Energy on HVAC Use 

Are your energy costs going through the roof? 3M Energy Saving Window Film can significantly reduce the amount of heat coming through your windows to help lower utility costs. Your tenants get a more comfortable environment, and you get increased energy savings.

Save Energy on Lighting Use 

Brighten your building’s interior and brighten your chances of landing a long-term tenant. 3M Daylight Redirecting Film uses micro-replication technology to cast light as far as 40 feet (12 meters) from the window. This allows you to utilize outside natural light and reduce the use of internal lighting helping to save money on interior illumination.

Improved Comfort 

Help keep your tenants comfortable, and you’ll keep them for the long run. 3M Window Films can significantly increase the comfort level of your building by virtually eliminating hot spots and cold spots, reducing glare and increasing safety without changing its aesthetics.

For more on how window film can improve your commercial space, read our blog here.

If you would like to learn more about how to get your Cincinnati or Columbus, Ohio based building in shape? It’s possible with 3M Energy Saving Window Film! Click HERE, email us at [email protected] or call us at (888) 616-1488. You can begin saving money while enjoying a greater degree of comfort before you know it. We would be happy to arrange a free, no-obligation consultation and discuss implementing decorative glass films in your space.