Ultraviolet (UV) Protection For What Matters Most
Anything in the path of sunlight entering through a untreated window can be damaged by UV rays. Window film blocks 99.9% of the Sun’s UV-A and UV-B sun rays. UV window film offers protection for your valuables throughout the entire day unlike window coverings which are only effective when closed. Window film can protect artwork and fine furniture, and help preserve the color of fabrics, carpets and hardwood floors.
Most modern homes are designed with windows as a focal point, making for warm and well lit living areas. These areas are great for reading, relaxing and entertaining but they also increase your families, amount of exposure to potentially dangerous UV radiation.
One and five Americans are living with skin cancerSkin Cancer FoundationThe sun’s UV rays not only damage your interior decor but can be harmful to your eyes and skin which can lead to skin cancer. One and five Americans are living with skin cancer, with statistics like these don’t take the risk. Protect your family 24/7 with UV window film.
Just because UV window films are designed to be highly effective against UV rays, it doesn’t mean you have to live in darkness. In fact, most modern day window films are highly transparent, allowing an abundance of sunlight to enter your home. Think of UV window film as a clear filter, blocking the unwanted effects of direct sunlight yet allowing the beneficial aspects to pass through your windows. The difference between a treated window and a untreated window can be almost completely unnoticeable. This is good news for you as a homeowner. You’ve probably spent a lot of time choosing paint, fabric colors and lighting for your home. You wouldn’t have to change any of those elements after your window film installation. The amount of visible light entering your home will still be the same, enhancing your interior design.
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