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.
Uses for Window Tint and window Film
Window Tint & Window Film for Vehicles
Automotive window film can do everything from adding style to your vehicle, reducing interior heat, cutting annoying glare and nearly eliminating UV rays that can be harmful to both the interior and the occupants of the vehicle. Learn More HERE
Window Tint & Window Film for Homes
The benefits of home window film range from saving money on high energy costs, reducing heat build-up, cutting excessive glare, eliminating premature fading of interior furnishings, increasing safety & security and adding privacy. Learn More HERE
Window Tint & Window Film for Commercial Buildings
Commercial window films are an effective and economical way of controlling energy costs, increasing comfort, adding decor & privacy and increasing safety & security for new construction and retrofit projects alike. Learn More HERE
Decorative and Privacy Window Films
Decorative Window Film enables you to add decorative and privacy elements to existing glass for a fraction of the cost of custom glass. Whether it is for branding, decor or privacy, the possibilities are only limited by your imagination. Learn More HERE
Safety and Security Window Films
Safety and Security Window Film provides a clear barrier of protection that creates an environment of comfort and confidence. These films add an extra safeguard against smash & grab theft, unwanted intrusion and injury / damage from natural disasters. They can also be used in building and construction to meet certain code requirements. Learn More HERE