Window Films vs Blinds

Window Films vs Blinds
September 11, 2012 Admin

Most consumers think window films or glass tinting products are only for the warmer summer months but they are products that help us everyday, year round.

In the fall when the air cools and the leaves begin to hit the ground, the sun’s position starts to become a problem for almost everyone that lives north of the equator and window film is a great way to combat this glaring problem.

Most people just close their blinds but they lose any view they might have and shut out the world. If only there was a way to reduce the glare and keep their view without closing the blinds, wouldn’t that be a fantastic idea? Well there is a solution and it’s very affordable.

Window films are great for reducing solar heat, glare and UV rays. Solar control films come in two forms, reflective and non-reflective. The most commonly used type for homeowners is non-reflective.

Non-reflective window films are also widely used by interior designers and architects because they do not have the typical mirrored appearance of the traditional glass tinting products most of us associate with window films. Instead, non-reflective window films are nearly clear and can reduce up to 65% of the heat and glare. You’d never know they were there because once cured, they’re almost invisible.

If you’ve got a Million dollar view why would you choose to lose it by shutting your blinds? Use window film instead and enjoy your view year round.

Do you have a view you want to keep?