The architectural designs involved in new property development often incorporate large glass façades, although this can be a striking aesthetic, it can also have the result of allowing large levels of heat and light into the internal environment.
The architectural designs involved in new property development often incorporate large glass façades, although this can be a striking aesthetic, it can also have the result of allowing large levels of heat and light into the internal environment. In this blog post our specialists explore the Top 3 Benefits of Brise Soleil…
Brise Soleil is an environmentally friendly solution that can work effectively with new build and refurbishment projects. Shading from angled blades or ‘shelves’ mean your energy reserves are protected, with carbon emissions reduced.
When likened to other Cladding systems, Brise Soleil can deliver long term financial benefits to the running costs of your commercial or industrial business. When installed, these systems retain both heat and sunlight during colder months and reduces the effects of solar heat gain in warmer months. You can also expect reduced energy bills for air conditioning and heating, paired with low cost maintenance and no need for internal blinds or curtains – making Brise Soleil a cost-effective solution!
Unnecessary distractions, such as glare and heat from beaming sunlight can reduce employee productivity throughout the year. However, with Brise Soleil, angled blades or ‘shelves’ let light travel through at a concentrated capacity, reducing distractions for employees.
HS RoofClad are available to provide cost-effective Brise Soleil packages with minimal disruption. Learn more about how these innovative cladding systems could benefit your building by speaking with our specialists today.
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