Office Window Tinting in Melbourne
‘Keep Calm’ being the motto of business people, it is almost mandatory in an office environment to mentally keep cool. Office window tinting is the answer for it. This investment is way cheaper than buying and maintaining an air conditioning unit or HVAC systems.
Highly effective and often overlooked, office tinting in Melbourne helps your work environment stay cool and your staff calm. Lets be honest! We all know calm and relaxed workers make better decisions, decisions that affect your business. Office window tinting is a smart move for controlling the budget and the heat of the offices in Melbourne.
Energy efficiency is the ever-increasing concern of both building owners and business managers. With staff comfort and productivity in mind, the need to control the working environment of the building is a never ending adjustment of the climate control system or HVAC.
Air conditioning is expensive to both run and maintain.
Power to run HVAC systems continue to increase in cost, up some 80% in the last 5 years. Not to mention air conditioning technicians are one of the highest paid trades in the country.
Although more property managers are quite proactive and have tinting already installed on their buildings, we have not until now, been able to quantify the energy savings through the HVAC system. With data loggers and advanced computer programmes we can now fairly accurately predict a reduction on energy consumption by reducing the time the HVAC system operates, and in turn, reducing the repairs and maintenance needed for the HVAC system while nominating a payback period that installing window film will achieve.
We can quickly and effectively provide accurate energy analysis on energy reduction and investment payback period. Our “ee” Energy Engineer partner can provide all R and U rating specifications required and work with all appropriate consultants.
Needless to say, reduction of both running and maintenance costs can only add to your bottom line, not to mention the added benefit of reducing your carbon footprint and the enhancement of your good corporate citizenship. This makes office window tinting a very smart investment.
Low voltage and sensor-activated lighting is a good start, but by far most energy that enters or leaves the building is via the glass windows. Known as thermal wounds, glass transmits thermal temperatures with little hindrance. Even on cooler days with little sun, many buildings still need to run cooling systems due to heat generated by human habitat and electronic equipment such as computers.
Energy Efficient Window Film is one of the most affordable systems that can reduce your HVAC or air conditioning by up to 34% instantly.
That can equate up to a 20% energy saving. Short payback periods, long life expectancy and quick non-intrusive installation all make energy efficient window film an attractive option for the astute management team.
Commercial Window Tinting
Professionally trained and experienced installers operate using the WERS program. WERS (Window Energy Rating System) gives you a star energy rating recognised by architects, energy assessors and government departments. Commercial window tinting has never been so easy or effective.
We can provide you with professional advice, accurate energy modelling and proven measurable results. Our commercial window film options are second to none.
Frosted and translucent films and popular in both commercial and residential applications. It is often used to provide privacy without blocking out too much light.
Office Window Tinting Installation
For peace of mind and guaranteed results, all our installers are experienced technicians are trained under the supervision of a Window Film Association of Australia and New Zealand (WFAANZ) accredited operator and within the guidelines and standards as dictated by the WFAANZ. As expected, only Window Energy Rating Scheme (WERS) accredited operators can provide a nationally recognized WERS certificate.
We also supply 3M security film to help protect your business against break-ins. Security film for windows is a smart way to prevent robberies which can have a devastating effect on your workplace.
Our technicians are trained in access equipment, have Working with Children Clearances and OH&S construction industry white cards for specific installations. Making your office window tinting a seamless exercise. We will abide by Worksafe guidelines and not put our staff or yours at risk.
Window Energy Rating Scheme (WERS)
The WERS for films program is owned and operated by Australian Window Association (AWA) in conjunction with Window Film Association of Australia and New Zealand (WFAANZ). The aim of the program is to simplify the technical and complex energy properties of glazing systems in to a star rating system that is universally adopted by Architects, Designers and Energy Assessors. The system is extended to include Solar Control Window Film. To qualify, the film must be independently tested and rated. The installer or consultant must be accredited by the WFAANZ and trained and accredited in the WERS program.
Window Film Association of Australia (WFAANZ) Accredited Member # 174
International Window Film Association (IWFA) Technical and Installation
Window Energy Rating Scheme (WERS) Accredited Member # WWFA140
The film manufacturer warranties the film against failure and includes adhesion, bubbling and delaminating. For commercial installations, warranty can extend up to ten years for internally installed film but is dependent on the film type and installation. The installer is required to carry the warranty for the quality of the installation. Only members of the WFAANZ have agreed to comply with industry best practices.
Contact us today for all your office window tinting needs!
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