What Is Window Film?
Window film is a laminate of high performance metallized polyester film that provides significant solar insulation when applied to glass surfaces. Window films are manufactured using a state of the art sputtering process that applies metal alloys to a base film. Layers are assembled and finished with a strong scratch-resistant coating.
Window films, available in reflective and non-reflective finishes can be clear, colored, or patterned to blend with various design schemes. Depending on the film selected. Window films can cut from 12 to 93 percent of incoming light, eliminate 99% of the harmful ultraviolet radiation to protect fabrics and finishes, block 92% of glare and cut up to 76% of solar heat gain through the glass.
Window tinting is an effective way to not only enhance the look of your vehicle, home or business but it also offers valuable protection from harmful UV rays, often blocking out 96 to 99.9%. Many of the window films also reduce the glare by 70%.
Driving can be frustrating with distracting glare and heat from the sun. Automotive films are engineered to enhance your vehicle’s appearance, provide the performance you demand and protect your investment. Window films are durable and virtually maintenance free. From basic and high-performance dyed films to metal combinations, we can fit your style just right and dramatically enhance the appearance of any vehicle.
Your home is your largest investment. Window film can help you protect that investment by giving you control over the things that matter most. Professionally installed window film will greatly enhance the energy efficiency, look, and functionality of your windows. This translates into lower utility bills, improved comfort, added privacy, and greater protection against the unexpected.
Working in an office in direct sunlight can result in fatigue, eyestrain and loss of concentration. Window film is a retrofit product installed directly to the interior side of the glass. It helps correct temperature imbalances between sunny and shady areas and deflect harsh, uncomfortable glare. Employees are more comfortable and more productive.