Windows play an important role in the design of interior spaces, but not all windows are created equal. Ideally, a window offers a beautiful view, transmits a lot of visible light and generally improves the look and feel of the interior space. The reality is that some windows are badly placed, don’t transmit much visible light or offer a less than stellar view. Permanent window paint can help remedy defective windows in both commercial and residential settings.
Permanent window paint in the urban setting
Buildings go up in urban settings all the time. That makes urban construction denser. It also impacts the benefits of windows. Side windows that once offered a pleasant view of the street may be hopelessly blocked by a brand new building. Storefront windows may never get much direct light exposure. That reduces the amount of natural light that can penetrate a space. The nature of the business might also impact the desirability of a direct view into a building. In all of these cases, permanent window paint can help transform the utility of windows.
Permanent window paint applied to a commercial store front can open up new advertising and branding options. It can also eliminate the need for window displays, or generate additional privacy for the building occupants. That might be desirable in a restaurant space, or a space that offers personal services – like a salon, fitness center or a clinic.
Permanent window paint is easy to apply, and will not chip, fade or peel. If you use glass paint, which is designed to bond directly to the glass surface, the paint will perform flawlessly for years. Glass paint works well in challenging environments – those that have strong variations in temperature or humidity. Unlike ordinary paints, the changing environmental conditions won’t cause the paint to delaminate.
Glassprimer™ glass paint is also UV resistant, which means that the paint colors will stay bright and beautiful, even in direct sunlight.
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