If you own your home or perhaps work from a small office it is very likely that Window Film can protect you and your belongings, save you money and improve the appearance of your property…
Carpets, furniture and works of art are all subject to fading. This process can be dramatically reduced by the installation of solar film. All solar films filter around 99% of harmful UV which is the main cause of fading, besides reducing incoming solar heat.
Many home owners have spent thousands on a conservatory only to find that for much of the year, it becomes just too hot to enjoy. Fortunately, an application of CoolKote to the roof and a lightly tinted yet high performance solar film to the vertical windows can make a dramatic difference to the comfort levels, allowing you to enjoy your investment.
If you have a home office or study it is likely that excessive glare or too much incoming solar heat has been a problem at some stage. Solar films can reflect up to 77% of the suns heat and reduce glare by as much as 81%. By making your working environment more comfortable, you will undoubtedly find your working time will be more effective and productive.
Computers, home-cinema, games consoles, LCD and plasma tv’s… the list of expensive entertainment equipment we have in our homes surprises most when they list it all. Unfortunately, these items are just what burglars and criminals are after. By installing a solar film daytime vision into a home becomes much more difficult, particularly for the apparently ‘innocent’ pedestrian casually walking past your home, trying to see what’s inside. In fact, a ‘one-way’ protective screen can be successfully created- ideal also for garages and sheds.
If you are concerned about burglars gaining entry into your home by smashing windows, or are worried about the dangerous threat posed to your children by shards of glass following an accident or impact safety films are the perfect solution. Meeting British, European and international impact standards, once applied safety films form an invisible yet potentially life-saving barrier by making forced entry or breakage due to impact much harder, and holding glass fragments together if breakage does occur.
Why not have the best of both, and ask for a combined Solar/safety film which offers the many advantages of both types, in one film.