Vista Window Film Increases Commercial Profitability In San Francisco

Commercial buildings like highrises, office buildings hotels and others are complicated to run and manage and here in San Francisco, where real estate prices are at their peak, the stakes are higher than ever.  If not run and managed with care they will end up causing commercial investments to fail and investors to lose money as a result. High rises are especially challenging because of their size and variety of specialized needs.  The good news is there are things highrise buildings can to do help ensure success, make more profit and minimize risk to investors and one of them is have window film installed. It is one of the most effective and affordable solutions to commercial profitability.  Not only does it offer a quick and clean ROI but also has long reaching benefits for those commercial property owners who adopt its powerful technology

Benefits Of Vista Window Film For High Rises In San Francisco

Here is San Francisco, commercial property owners need to squeeze every cent they can out of their buildings.  Happily, all of the benefits of Vista window film listed below, ultimately lead to more money from commercial investments.

Vista Window Film Saves Energy:   SInce over 80% energy loss comes from windows either through leaching air or solar heat gain. Window film adds additional insulation and lowers utility bills by up to 20%.  When speaking in terms of a large building complex–that could add up to tens of thousands of dollars per year

Vista Window Film Adds Security:  WIndow film is your high rise’s first line of defense against would-be vandals and thieves.  It also provides protection from graffiti with films that act as sacrificial layers on the various surfaces of your building like elevators, windows, and walls. Anti-graffiti window film protects you from having to replace your windows if/when tagged.  Also, security film requires multiple blows to fully penetrate, almost eliminating the possibility of smash and grabs.

Vista Window Film Adds Style:  Window film is a cost-effective alternative to having your windows completely replaced.   Not only does film work to conserve energy but it looks sharp too! This is helpful for commercial properties looking to modernize a highrise’s appearance and attract new, higher-end clients.

Vista Window Film Gives 99.9% UV Protection:  Glare in high rises is very tough to combat especially in southern facing windows.  It is almost crippling for your tenants and could even cause you to lose them as renters. WIndow film, on the other hand, keeps your tenants happy and glare-free

Vista Window Film Keeps Tenants Longer:  Part of a successful high rise investment property is keeping vacancy low..  Window film makes the workplace more comfortable and is proven to make employees more productive.  This means you will attract and keep higher-end clients.

Watch the testimonial below to hear about the power of window film first hand:

5 Benefits of window film for san Francisco highrises

For more information on how Vista WIndow film can drastically improve the way your San Francisco high rise property does business, contact San Francisco Window Film today!

Angus got his start in the window tinting industry shortly after he moved to San Francisco from his home in Scotland. Almost immediately after moving, he noticed the significant impact that sunlight and weather had on homes and buildings in the area. During his research, he stumbled across window film as a solution for controlling the climate and atmosphere in indoor spaces. Now, Angus has been working in the window tinting industry for over ten years and has installed window film on all types of properties in the San Francisco area, ranging from office buildings, retail stores, and schools to apartments and single family homes. His expertise and product knowledge on the various types of security, energy saving, and decorative window film on the market give him the ability to select the perfect solution for every property based on the unique needs of the building itself as well as the building owner.