Windows and doors are not the best at keeping the heat in or out. This is where a new window film can really help! Home window tinting films reduce the amount of radiant heat and sunlight passing through your windows—which means your home won’t get too hot in the sun.
With this heat blocking window film, you can also better regulate your home’s temperature. This means year-round energy savings! Money aside, this also means you won’t be chased out of your kitchen due to heat from the sunlight and the oven being on.
Block UV Rays
Ultraviolet rays (UV Rays) produced by the sun have many adverse effects. Luckily, homes have a new line of defense against these harmful rays: residential window tinting film.
Residential window tinting film filters out UV Rays produced by the sun. This UV protection means a safer environment for your family and loved ones and peace of mind for you. Not to mention you receive the same protection for your belongings. Furniture, flooring, carpets, and more all lose the brightness of their color with prolonged exposure to UV Rays.
Sun glare can be painful. Just like we use sunglasses when driving to block out offensive sun glare you can do the same with the windows on your home. This is achieved through a professional installation of anti-glare home window film.
Direct sunlight is not only bad for your skin, it is also offensive in a few other ways. For starters, your eyes are especially sensitive to sunlight: the glare reflecting off surfaces can slowly damage eyesight or lead to sunburn. In addition, certain areas of your home may be regularly exposed to high levels of sun glare making them practically unusable certain times of the year. With a window film installation, you won’t have these problems any longer.
Over time, Ultraviolet rays (UV rays) can cause colors to fade. This fading is typically found on furniture, carpets, floors, and other items left sitting in direct sunlight.
A new, quality window film installation can reduce fading dramatically—adding years of life to your home’s upholstery and flooring. In fact, you can nearly eliminate the issue of Fading with specific types of window films which filter out harmful Ultraviolet rays from the sun. In addition, window film also reduces the amount of heat from the sun and visible light which passes through the window which will extend the life of your belongings even further.
One downside to a house with many windows is the lack of privacy. While living in a glass house may be a good fit for some, those who prefer a little privacy have options.
Whether it’s a window tint, reflective window film, or a privacy window film—there are a few ways you can improve your privacy. This means no prying eyes from passing boats or nosy neighbors.
Get in touch with your local Denver, NC home window tinting company for help selecting the film which works best for you as there are a few options which can work.