Privacy in the workplace is something everybody wants, but it can be difficult to achieve. In some instances, it is not just desired, it is an absolute necessity. The good news is that with the right office design upgrades, privacy is possible. Commercial interior glass doors can make a huge difference.
How do commercial interior glass doors enhance privacy?
Traditionally, doors have been the weak link when it comes to creating a private environment. This can particularly be the case with sliding doors that traditionally have not offered the same level of acoustic and visual privacy.
Enter AD systems. When AD systems’ OfficeSlide sliding doors shut completely, there are no gaps thanks to their innovative extrusion design. And as a result, meetings, conversations, and phone calls remain confidential. Now people will be able to speak freely without having to worry.
Which industries can benefit from sliding office doors?
Sliding doors can benefit any office, but there are some in particular that will find them advantageous. Financial institutions like banks will enjoy the privacy capabilities of the doors. The same is true for law firms, healthcare facilities, tech companies, government agencies, and other offices that deal with sensitive information. Actually, every business has meeting rooms and human resource offices where confidentiality is critical.
The other key features of sliding glass doors
In addition to improved privacy, sliding doors can also boost productivity within an office. This is due to those same sound-blocking abilities. With noise contained in the room, it will not be able to seep out. This will prevent a source of distraction to employees. This case study shows the improvement AD Systems’ doors can make in a facility.
Glass doors can also immediately create a warmer and more welcoming atmosphere. This is because they allow natural light to flow through an office. Many companies also find that these types of doors cut their energy bills. This is due to the fact that not as many lights are necessary.
They also save space. Every swinging door requires up to 30 square feet of floor space to open and close. That extra space in every office is valuable. With the high cost per square foot of office space, companies must utilize every bit of floor space productively.