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Blistering temperatures reaching up to 35 degrees C are expected to hit the UK from Friday (August 12th) so now’s the time to start thinking about how you can make your office a more comfortable place for your members of staff.

July saw plenty of lovely hot weather but we’ve had a bit of respite from the heat over the last few days or so. This is all set to change, however, with temperatures hovering around the 27 degrees C mark come Friday.

With hot air then flooding into the country from Friday, the mercury is expected to climb to a positively balmy 32 degrees C, so make sure your air-conditioning units are in good working order before the hot weather truly arrives in style.

As well as having air-conditioning at work and providing your workers with individual fans for their desks, you can also help them stay productive in the heat by having heat reduction window film installed on your windows in the office.

This provides a simple and low-cost alternative to air conditioning, and also work to block 99 per cent of all harmful UV rays. Such window film helps to reduce fading caused by UV, can balance interior hotspots and offer increased privacy. It can also help to reduce glare coming in through the windows so your workers will be better able to see their computer screens.

To find out more about this kind of product and how it could benefit you this summer, get in touch with us here at Solartek today.

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