During the winter, you might not think about how much heat can escape through your windows, but more energy is lost through your windows than any other source (30% – 50%).
A single pane window can be improved in insulation value with window films and a double pane window can be improved in insulation value with window films-at a fraction of the cost of actually replacing the windows.
Did you ever feel a draft when walking by a window on a chilly day? By reducing heat gain and loss through a window’s glass, window films can correct temperature imbalances. They control the climate in your home all year long. When the weather gets hot in the summer, window film can block up to 66% of the sun’s heat. You will be able to run your air conditioning system less frequently, saving energy and money. It is no secret that the glare of the sun on television and computer screens can be frustrating and headache-inducing. The window films can block the glare so that you can open your blinds, shades, and curtains. In addition to protecting fabrics, furnishings, and artwork from fading, window films provide protection to the skin of those within the home by blocking up to 99.9% of all UVA and UVB rays. The addition of window films to your home will not alter the appearance of your home in any way. If correctly applied, window films are virtually invisible films and distortion-free materials and you’ll barely be able to tell they’re there.