What is Window Film?
Window film is a sheet of strong polyester laminate treated in variety of ways to improve the look or performance of existing windows when applied. One side of the film has a scratch-resistant coating and the other has an adhesive that bonds the film to the glass surface.
Window film can be used for automotive and marine applications, home improvement applications, commercial building improvements, decorative glass enhancements and increasing the safety and security of glass openings.
Different Types of Window Film
Automotive Window Film
Often installed just for looks, Automotive Window Film can also reduce excessive heat and glare, block harmful UV rays and improve occupant safety in an accident.
Home Window Film
Home Window Film can help control issues like excessive heat, glare and premature fading of furnishings. It can also add privacy, a decorative element and added safety and security.
Commercial Window Film
Commercial Window Film is one of the most economical ways to save energy, increase comfort, increase privacy and add safety and security in a commercial building.
Decorative Window Film
Decorative Window Films allow you to add privacy to a space, implement branding and add a decorative element to existing glass panels at a fraction of the cost of custom glass.
Window Film Frequently Asked Questions
- Question: What level of energy savings can I expect with window film?
Answer: The energy savings depend on many factors, such as the existing type of glass, existence of overhangs, your location (climate), and energy rates in your area. However, for most buildings, high-performance window films can reduce energy costs from 5 to 15%.
- Question: Will window film darken the interior of my home?
Answer: No. Window Film will maintain the natural colors of your interior spaces. With less need for draperies, curtains, blinds, and shades, rooms may actually brighten significantly.
- Question: Is window film legal for my vehicle?
Answer: Window film laws vary by the State in which your vehicle is registered. Please refer to local laws to determine the window film legal limits in your area.
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