Businesses that adopt privacy window film can benefit greatly from a range of features that can provide their building or offices with much needed protection from prying eyes. There are many different types of privacy window film that can be tailored to your specific requirements and placed around your premises.
REFLECTIVE WINDOW FILMS
The implementation of this window film is limited slightly due to its reflective nature. In daylight the film provides a mirrored effect which obscures the view. For reflective window film placed on outside windows it ensures that passers-by cannot see into the premises whilst employees and staff in the building can see through to the outside clearly, however during the night time this effect is lowered significantly. This film also has added benefits such as glare and solar heat reduction which makes the work environment more comfortable as well as protecting furniture and other items within the office from potential fading.
Standard frosted film not only provides a very clear way in which to block and obscure views around your premises but they also provide a decorative solution to the interior design. Frosted films come in a variety of designs and patterns that can add to the look of your offices whilst providing a reliable privacy solution. No matter what time of the day it is the frosted effect will always block views through your glass surfaces whether it’s windows or doorways. They are available in a range of opacities and can cover as much or as little of each window pane as you wish.
BLACKOUT AND WHITEOUT FILMS
For those seeking a solid privacy solution in order to completely obscure any views in or out during any period of the day will not find much better than pure blackout or whiteout films. The films are made from vinyl or polyester and are able to completely block out potential visibility in both directions through glass surfaces.
They are ideal for various areas around your building where you do not wish anyone to be able to see into, whether this is a private meeting room, an area that contains sensitive or private materials, data or other information or is simply a more unattractive area that you do not wish visitors to your premises to clap their eyes on and to help keep a more professional image.
Blackout and whiteout films do not let any light pass through whatsoever so no matter how close you get to them you will not be able to see past. The films also come in a range of various colours that will help them integrate even better into your existing building and potential colour scheme that you may already have in place. Whilst full blackout or whiteout shades are simple and effective you are able to pick up privacy films in this category practically in whatever shade you deem fitting for your offices, premises or even school.