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The Benefits of Natural Daylight

Monday, March 18th, 2019

Natural daylight makes your home appear brighter and more beautiful.

Window tinting gives you many of the benefits of natural daylight without the dangerous UV rays. Here are a few of the benefits of natural daylight in your home.

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Why It’s Okay To Let Natural Light In

Friday, January 5th, 2018

Lighting is a crucial part of any home. In the winter, the days become shorter and darkness sets in faster, and you end up using a lot of energy on lights. For this reason, and many others, it’s entirely okay to let natural light in the home. In fact, it’s probably the preferable method. With effective tinting in place, you have free reign to let in any amount of natural light that you see fit. The impact of letting it shine through the home has plenty of benefits. (more…)

How Can Natural Daylight Benefit My Home?

Tuesday, February 21st, 2017
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Natural light improves your mood and boosts productivity!

There are numerous wonderful benefits of letting more natural light into your home. While energy savings are a given when you have to use less artificial light, it turns out that making proper use of natural light is good for far more than just your wallet. Increasing your exposure to natural daylight can have marked boosts on your productivity, health, mood, and more. Below the benefits of absorbing daylight are explored. (more…)

Window Tinting Can Help Galleries Protect Artwork

Thursday, September 17th, 2015
Window Tinting Artwork

Many museums and galleries limit natural light to prevent direct sunlight from damaging artwork, however, reducing UV light is very manageable.

“No space, architecturally, is a space unless it has natural light.”

— Louis I. Kahn

Light plays a very important role in art, not just in the creation of a work – the shading, the lines, the perspective, the coloring, etc. – but also in the enjoyment of a piece.

“When appropriately lighting an exhibit, it is important to consider not just the quantity but also the quality of the light used,” write authors Chris Hancock, Shelby Hinchliff, and Justina Hohmann in the “Daylighting Museums Guide.” (more…)

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