Your home is a place of comfort. However, sunlight, sun heat and sun glare can get under your skin, especially on hot summer days. Window curtains can solve your problems, but if you are looking for an alternative window screen then consider having residential solar films on your home windows.
The great thing about solar films is that you don’t have to just place them in windows since you can place them on doors, patios and verandas too. Tinting glass doors and windows is a way to make your home UV ray protected.
Window tints are also known to reduce the amount of sunlight that enters the home. Sunlight contains harmful UV rays that can damage your skin and also your furnishings. This can also reduce sun glare and can help reduce the heat that is coming in thus making your home cooler.
More than just sun protection
Glass window films have good adhesive. It serves as protection from shattered glass. There is also less chance that the glass breaks causing more harm to the victim. Window tinting can hold the glass from shattering during extreme weather conditions. It can also provide better protection from possible explosions and bomb blasts.
Tinted windows add style to your home. Residential solar films come in a variety of choices and colours such as clear, dark, frosted and reflective. You can find the right shade for your house tinting requirement, just ask a tinting specialist for recommendations.