Humans are known to have a narrow tolerance to temperatures which can increase the risk of Building Syndrome Sickness & increased sensitivity to air movement, like draughts and colder temperatures that cause a reduction in manual dexterity.
Increased temperatures can worsen indoor air quality, lack of natural light is known to have an effect on the body’s natural rhythms. Additionally, higher air temperature can increase the sensation of dryness of the air.
Enhancing thermal, acoustic, visual and comfort with an effective Shading solution. Factors like these are the frontier conditions of a productive & safe working environment, Identified by the World Green Building Council.
Good quality and well-designed shading systems contribute to superior work performance, increased concentration and well-being in the workplace
Contact our team for a quote. We can survey, supply and install in a couple of weeks. We can offer advice and information on the specification and design requirement, allowing you to save a considerable amount of money.
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