Natural Light Will Transform Your Workplace
We help businesses of all shapes and sizes to transform their working environments through exceptional painting and decorating. This includes helping you to choose the right look and feel, with natural light playing a key role.
When you enter an office, natural light is one of the first things that you notice. It quite literally brightens up a workspace and it’s amazing how much even low levels of natural light on a cloudy day can make a difference to your commercial premises.
The benefits of natural light
As well as making offices, retail spaces and industrial units look more appealing, natural light supports the health and wellbeing of your staff.
A more energy-efficient workplace
Decorating your workplace in a way that encourages the dispersal of natural light means a noticeably reduced need for artificial lighting. Alongside the reduction of your company’s carbon footprint, you’ll also see your utility bills drop thanks to using less energy on a daily basis.
We’ll help you to maximise natural light
Clean and smooth walls freshen up the workplace, especially when they’re combined with light colours. White is the most reflective colour, which results in natural light bouncing off the walls and filling your commercial premises more effectively. However, lighter shades such as pastels do the job almost as well, plus they offer you the opportunity to give your working environment more depth and character.
Upgrade your workplace
Intertech Contracts UK is ready to help, whether it’s just a few improvements here and there or a comprehensive revamp of your offices, meeting rooms and customer-facing spaces. We work with businesses across the UK and deliver an outstanding level of workmanship in everything we do, so tell us what you have in mind and we’ll make sure to exceed your expectations.
Find out more
From a single room in your office to the upgrading of multiple commercial sites, call us on 01482 222498 or email [email protected] for first-rate painting and decorating.
If you have a commercial space under construction, you may need to consider hiring an interior designer or an interior decorator. They both seem to be very similar professions, so how would you know which one to hire for your specific needs?