Residential Solar Window Films
Bathing your home in beautiful natural sunlight is a great way to conserve energy. Since the sun is notorious for fading valuable home furnishings, causing computer/TV screen glare, and containing harmful UV rays, solar energy control is vital to making a safe and comfortable home. Whether yours is a new build or a heritage home, solar controlling window films help you to control energy costs and provide your family with a more comfortable living environment.
What Are The Benefits?
Increased Comfort & Protection, Reduced Costs & Glare,
1. Solar Heat Rejection
Visible light you can see, and the infrared light you can feel on your skin, are both examples of solar energy. By using a variety of modern advancements (like mutli-layer film and nano-ceramic technology) we are able to help you reject up to 97% of the sun’s infrared light and reject up to 85% of the heat coming through your windows. Since your windows play a vital role in your home’s energy efficiency allowing solar heat to enter in the summer months and radiant heat to escape in the winter months, increase their efficiency is key to increasing your comfort and reducing your expenses. By far the most cost effective way to cut home energy loss is to upgrade existing windows with the installation of heat controlling solar window film.
2. UV Light Rejection
The Skin Cancer Foundation recommends window tint as part of a comprehensive sun protection program. This recommendation often comes as a surprise because most people think only of outdoor sun safety when they think of skin cancer prevention. While wearing sunscreen, covering up and staying in the shade are all keys to helping protect against the sun’s Ultraviolet Rays (UV) while outside, you should consider a more complete approach to prevention that includes protecting yourself and your family while indoors, by using solar window films in your home and office. All of our window film lines block up to 99% of harmful UV rays, giving you peace of mind with your family’s long term safety.
3. Light Transmittance
4. Energy Bills Reduced
Studies show that up to 15% of the average home’s wall space is made up of glass. When this glass is not Low E coated, is old or is damaged, This can cause a tremendous decrease in efficiency. Experts estimate that the average home wastes $63 per month on energy, or $760 every year, because of underperforming windows.
If rising utility costs have you worried, solar window film is the most efficient way to reduce unwanted solar heat transferring through your windows. It can provide up 85% heat rejection, while controlling hotspots and sun-drenched areas in your home. You can save up to up to 50% on home cooling costs as well, since window films don’t just reject solar energy from outdoors, they will also help you retain heat during the cold season.