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Why tint your Home Office

Having a home office is something many people strive for. You have the convenience of working at home and maintaining a private and comfortable office. However, many people find that a home office is not so private. Besides looking out at what your family is doing in the home, you are also looking at what your neighbors are doing. That of course means they can all look in to see what you are doing too.

3M Night Vision 25

3M Night Vision 25

You’ll also notice eventually that you may not be as comfortable as you’d like. In the summer months the sun beams into your office heating it up along with your furnishings. In the winter months, your office cools down too much.

Solution for Privacy and Comfort Levels

You do have a couple of options to rectify these issues. 1st option – You can replace your windows. Replacing your windows will give a fresh and updated appeal. However this option will cost you. Your 2nd option is to have affordable residential tinted windows.  This option will also give you an updated look, but allows you more control with how the windows look.

 

3M Night Vision 25

Added Benefits of Tinted Office Windows

You may not have even considered the other benefits of tinted windows in your office:

  • Saves furniture from being scorched by the sun
  • Reduces harmful UV rays by 99 percent
  • Create a very distinctive design for your office
  • Improve viewing your computer screen by reducing glare
  • Improves energy efficiency & lowers energy costs

 

You will not only save money versus installing new windows but will also save on home energy bills and gain the privacy and comfort you’ve been waiting for. Don’t hesitate to find out more on the benefits of tinting your home office windows. Contact us at 281-364-7007 for a no obligation quote today.

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