You know how the saying goes, everything is bigger in Texas. Including the sun. Well, not really, but during the summer, it sure feels that way. Sometimes, the summer heat is just too much to bear. Even indoors, it’s hard to escape, especially if the sun is beating down on the window of your hospital.
Hospitals are already warm as it is. With all the nurses and doctors running around, there’s a lot of warm bodies generating heat. If you add the summer sun to the mix, conditions can be quite unpleasant. Both employees and patients may suffer from the discomfort.
The good news is, there’s an easy way to control temperatures inside hospitals. And it doesn’t even require a huge financial investment. By retrofitting the windows of your Dallas hospital with window film, you can maintain a comfortable indoor environment and keep occupants happy.
Window Film Vs. Blinds – Which Is Better for Hospitals?
Some hospitals go the old fashioned route and install blinds to control light and heat. Blinds are excellent for providing privacy, and they’re decent at blocking heat too. But they’re very expensive. And, another disadvantage is, with the heat, they also block out the light, which is important for patient’s mental and physical health.
Window film, on the other hand, doesn’t block the light. It only blocks wavelengths that create heat. That way, your patients and employees can still get access to the sun. And, the best part is, it’s much cheaper than blinds.
Advantages of Upgrading Your Windows
Upgrading the windows of your Dallas hospital with window film can be advantageous for many reasons. Here are just some of the benefits of window tinting for healthcare facilities:
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About The Author: Mike Kinsey
Mike Kinsey possesses a deep knowledge of the window tinting industry which backed by an extensive background in project management and construction. For the past ten years, Mike has been working as the Operations Manager at Window Film Dallas. He and his team have installed over 250,000 square feet of window film for homes and buildings in the Dallas/Fort Worth metropolitan area. Mike's knowledge of the climate and environmental conditions in which he operates as well as the architectural needs of buildings in the area give him the ability to select the perfect film in every situation. He is well versed in the industry's best practices and is up to date on the latest innovations. On top of his vast product knowledge, Mike is certified by 3M, EnerLogic, and AIA for continuing education.
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