Optimising natural light in buildings helps provide a better experience for all of us. 3M Daylight Redirecting Film is a simple, effective daylighting solution which comfortably brings natural light deeper into buildings. Read More
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At this time of year, the sun is lower in the sky, and trees have shed their leaves, which can mean increased glare problems through your windows. Read More
Back in 2001, an eagle-eyed member of Sun-X staff replied to a reader's question in the Daily Mail regarding glass that protected against fading of fabrics & furnishings. Lo and behold, a (heavily edited) version was printed, and actually generated some orders! Read More
Having a conservatory in the summer can be a wonderful thing, as it’s a great space to spend time with family and friends – especially when you can enjoy the evening sun. However, at Sun-X offices in Bognor Regis, one of the most popular complaints we hear is that your conservatory is too hot! Read More
Our sterling reputation for designing and installing top of the range window film continues to grow as we recently found ourselves in Alicante, Spain fitting selective solar film. Read More
Over 5 million people worldwide are affected by the extreme condition called Lupus. Lupus is an incurable immune illness, genetic in origin, it mainly affects females. It can affect any part of the body, and that's the danger, so as an employer, there's a duty of care to provide safety and security for light-sensitive employees that have to work under fluorescent lights. Read More
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