Reduction in Glare UV Rejection Energy Conservation Heat Rejection Protect Fading Provides Privacy

Decrease Heat

Window film is the most efficient way to reduce unwanted solar heat transferring through your windows. It can provide up to 78% heat reduction versus untreated glass, while controlling hot spots and cooling off sun-drenched areas in your home or office.

Reduce Fading & Health Risks

Window film blocks up to 99% of UV rays, while also significantly reducing heat. This helps to protect your valuable furnishings from fading and provides a “sunscreen” for your skin against the harmful effects of the sun.

Cut Glare

Whatever the cause – direct sun, water or surrounding buildings – there is a perfect window film solution to help reduce annoying glare.

Enjoy Energy Savings

Reducing temperature imbalances caused by extreme sunlight is why so many designers, architects and building engineers recommend window film. Reducing heat loss will increase HVAC efficiency and lower energy costs.

Increase Safety

Accidents, environmental effects and vandalism can instantly turn a pane of glass into life-threatening shards. Window film can act as a “safety net” by holding shattered glass together.

Enhanced Appearance

Whether it’s a contemporary look or a uniform design, we have a window film product that can aesthetically complement the exterior or interior of your home or office building.
Harsh glare in office environments can cause problems with employees in these areas where the incoming sun is very bright. Computer or TV screens can be more difficult to see without straining or having to move workstations out of the way of solar transmission. Window films for the office help to even out and eliminate glare to a very large degree depending on the proper film selection.
Now you can open the view to the outside world without worrying about the potential damage the sun can cause. Window films are designed to stop a significant amount of heat gain. We have many films available for you to look at, from very light, to darker films depending on the application, and the desired effect.