WINDOW FILM EXPLAINED

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PRIMARY USES OF WINDOW FILM

The use of window film can be found in many market segments and purposes. There are many real world challenges with architectural glass that window film is designed to solve, along with automotive glass.

Window film provides a great degree of protection for all of the above purposes, especially when it comes to ultraviolet light protection. Becomes of its impressive ultraviolet light reduction properties and the ability to block certain light wavelengths from the sun, window film is most com- monly used to reduce energy costs, interior temperature and limit the amount of fade damage caused by the sun rays.

Its important to note that window film is the most cost effective solution in comparison to all the competitive products on the market, including window replacement.

Window film is most commonly used as a retrofit product but has been used in certain OEM applications. Usually, window film addresses the following problems;

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With professionally installed window film you can have an invisible barrier that works 24/7 to block UVA rays. It offers protection for you, your family and your valuables such as artwork, furniture, floorings, and other decorations, helping to prolong their lifespan.

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Safety window films are designed to help hold glass fragments together, reducing potential injury from flying glass. They’re also designed to protect your home and your family from threats such as break-ins and severe weather events.

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3M Window Films let in the light you love while reflecting much of the sun's heat away from your home, so you can stay cooler in the summer. For cold climates, 3M Thinsulate Window Films improve insulation to help keep warm air from escaping.

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Privacy Window Film provides customers with two levels of protection. First, privacy window films help you to create unique privacy-enhancing spaces. With a variety of textures, designs and colors, privacy window film can help you to create a space as unique you are.

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With anti-glare window film, you can say goodbye to squinting! From reading your favorite book, watching television or using your smartphone, our window films reduce glare and create a more comfortable environment.

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HOW DO YOU SELECT THE RIGHT WINDOW FILM?

When working with the ClimatePro™ team, we take special care to help you with the window film selection process. We make sure to identify your needs and expectations and then recommend the right products. To help you decide, we also have a complete collection of samples for you to examine.

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The International Window Film Association is a collective body of industry professionals such as window film dealers, distributors, and manufacturers. These professionals have a unified goal to grow the window film industry by creating accurate and unbiased research and promoting the awareness of window film.

The European Window Film Association focus its efforts in much the same way as the IWFA, only its target is the European markets.

The Skin Cancer Association recommends window films as an effective way to prevent skin cancer. Ultraviolet light can travel through car and home windows where you can get accumulative sun exposure that can lead to skin cancer and aging. UV blocking films can protect against this exposure.

The National Fenestration Rating Council is a non-profit organization that provides standardized performance ratings for doors, windows, skylights and window films. Mainly the information the NFRC collects is to help determine energy efficiency for builders, architects, contractors, code officials and homeowners.

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BRANDS OF WINDOW FILM

Window films are manufactured by a wide variety of manufacturers throughout the world.

Eastman Chemicals Llumar Window Films Vista Window Films
Huper Optik
SunTek
Gila
Vkool
Sun-Gard Saint Gobain
Solar Gard
Panorama Window Films
Solar Graphics
HanitaTek Window Films
Madico
Aegis Films
Johnson Window Films
Scorpion Window Film
Nexfil USA
Maxpro Manufacturing
American Standard Window Film
Wintech Window Tinting