COMMERCIAL INTERIOR SHADES
Commercial interior window treatments need to work hard and meet specific criteria. The Empire Custom Windows manufactures commercial interior shades that offer the performance needed by professional buildings, including offices, health care, schools, universities, hotels, restaurants, retail locations and more.
HERE ARE SOME IDEAS OF COMMERCIAL INTERIOR SHADES:
Roller Shades for Sun and Light Management
Roller shades provide sleek, clean-lined, efficient sun and light management in commercial locations.
- Simple operation with manual and motorized control options for every application and need
- Fully retractable, making them more versatile than window tinting
- No slats or vanes to get damaged in high use areas
- Finishing and detailing options to fit the design style of any space
Solar Shades: Block the sun, not the view!
Solar Shades are designed to provide not only comfort for workers and customers, but increased energy efficiency. They reduce cooling costs and the need for artificial lighting, maximizing day-lighting and allowing a connection to the outside world.
Blackout Shades for Commercial Spaces
Blackout shades provide room darkening and obstruct outside views. Media viewing spaces, such as conference rooms, classrooms and ballrooms can create an on-demand environment suitable for movies, slide shows, training videos, etc., and they can be retracted to allow views to the outside the rest of the time. When privacy is needed, blackout shades completely block view-through, which is perfect for patient and exam rooms, glass walls between commercial spaces, retail spaces after-hours, and drive through windows that are closed. Optional side track and sill channel hardware minimize light leakage in spaces where almost total darkness is desired.
Dual Shades for Commercial Spaces
For commercial spaces requiring more than one kind of sun and light management, dual shades provide a sleek, functional solution in a single window treatment. Two shades in a single head space offer two opacities. Popular combinations include solar and blackout shades for office spaces, and sheer and blackout shades for hotels and the hospitality industry.