You’ve lived in Colorado long enough to know that the altitude is no joke. The sunlight is so much stronger and intense in Colorado than many of the surrounding states. You know that every time you go outside to go skiing, hiking, or mountain biking, sunscreen is an absolute must! But what about your office? Are you protecting it from the sun too? If not, you need UV blocking window film for your Colorado office fast! Below, we’ve described how window tint prevents fading and protects office interiors.


Why Your Office Needs Sun Protection

It’s a common misconception that you don’t have to worry about UV rays when you’re indoors. If there’s a roof over your head, you’re safe, right? Wrong! UV rays can still get in through your windows. So even though your office furniture and floors may not be in direct sunlight, they’re still being exposed to ultraviolet radiation.

What’s the harm with that, you ask? Besides the obvious health risks, UV rays can also be detrimental in your office because they cause floors, furniture, and artwork to fade fast! Paint, fabric, and dyes are no match for the Colorado sun. They may last for a while, but eventually they’ll start to fade and lose their vibrant appearance.

That’s why you need UV blocking window film for your Colorado office!


How UV Blocking Window Film Prevents Fading

UV blocking window tints are the ultimate anti-fade solution. These “smart” spectrally selective window films can spot UV rays on contact and immediately reflect them away from your building.

But don’t worry, you don’t have to worry about your office getting dark and losing light. UV rays are stopped in their tracks, but visible light still gets through!


Contact Us for UV Blocking Window Film in Colorado

Call our office today to speak to an expert about UV blocking window film for your Colorado commercial property.

Mike is the operations manager for Colorado Commercial Window Tinting, the largest commercial window film company in the state of Colorado. Mike has been working in the tinting for over 15 years and has installed over a combined 250,000 square feet of window film for hotels, restaurants, retail stores, offices, and commercial properties all throughout the Denver, Boulder, Ft Collins, and Colorado Springs metro areas. Mike's extensive product knowledge, construction experience, and project management skills make him an expert in his field. In addition to overseeing all installs, Mike also is in charge of sales and customer relations for the Colorado office. He is certified by 3M, EnerLogic, and AIA for continuing education.