||Window Film for Your Home
|Window film can be added to most window in
your home in order to:
- reduce almost all of the sun's harmful ultraviolet
rays, which can fade or "bleach"
your furniture, drapes, carpets,
- save energy costs by reducing excessive heat
gain and loss through your windows
- cut annoying glare (like sunglasses do)
- increase your privacy
- prevent injury from glass fragments due to
crime, weather, and terrorism
Window film comes like contact shelf paper:
Window film is made of a plastic sheet to
one side of which a clear or tinted coating
is applied that provides the UV blocking.
The back side is coated with an adhesive
and a removable paper coating.
Window film should last at least
and may last a decade or more.
its thermal properties, however,
should not be used on all types
Check with the seller or manufacturer
the film to be sure it is appropriate
the type and size of windows
in our home.
For tinting car windows, see our Auto and Auto Parts Guide.