Brand New ANTI-UV Window Film
- Made by Imported High Quality Film
- Heat and glare reduction
- Thermal insulation
- UV filtration
- Safety and security
- Decoration, signage and branding
- Protection from graffiti.
Material: Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET)
- 5 Colors Available: Black, Dark Blue, Dark Brown, Gold, Silver
Thickness: 0.09 mm (0.003 in)
- 3 Sizes Available:
- 50 x 500 cm (19.7 x 196.9 in)
- 50 x 1000 cm (19.7 x 393.7 in)
- 50 x 1500 cm (19.7 x 590.6 in)
- For Custom Size email at email@example.com
- Each order comes with 1x FREE Scraper
- Actual color may slightly differ depends on monitor settings.
- We may split your order into multiple shipments for postage.
Window film is a thin laminate film that can be installed to the interior or exterior of glass surfaces in automobiles and boats and also to the interior or exterior of glass in homes and buildings. It is usually made from Polyethylene terephthalate (PET), a thermoplastic polymer resin of the polyester family, due to its clarity, tensile strength, dimensional stability, and ability to accept a variety of surface-applied or embedded treatments. Homeowners seek the benefits of window tinting on a daily basis, whether they realize it or not. Some close the blinds during the day to prevent the sun’s heat, harmful UV rays or glare; others turn down the air conditioner, despite comfort, to prevent a high energy bill. These concerns are among reasons homeowners consider investing in the professional installation of window tinting film.
Window tints are commonly thought of in conjunction only with cars, and have developed an association with Mafioso members, high-security escorts, and prolific emcees. Many would be surprised to learn that window tint film also has a place in residential and commercial buildings, and that it provides a number of important practical benefits to the user. Most modern residential homes features more glass paneling than ever, with home-buyers falling in love with the notion of warm, sun-filled rooms and sparkling seasonal frontage.
Benefits of ANTI-UV Window Tinted Film
Energy Efficiency - With regular glass windows, the heat from the sun dramatically rises the temperature inside the home. By installing window tinting film, your home’s heating and cooling bill reflects a decrease in price of up to 30 percent, benefiting both your wallet and the environment.
Consistent Climate - When the heat from the sun is reduced, your home becomes much more temperature-consistent from room to room. In a home without window tinting film, rooms are often of inconsistent temperatures due to the beating sun penetrating through the windows, despite your thermostat’s setting.
Glare Reduction - Window tinting film reflects the heat from the sun as well as the glare. Glare through traditional windows can have an impact on your productivity and comfort levels. In a window-tinted home, the glare is reflected, so you can continue cleaning the floors or watching your favorite show without the interruption from the sun’s glare.
Protection from the Sun - UV radiation is the leading cause of non-melanoma skin cancers and a frequent factor in cases of melanoma. Window tinting film reduces 99 percent of ultraviolet (UV) rays and, therefore, protects you and your family when inside the home.
Increased Security - Safety film that is installed to the interior and exterior of the window and properly anchored by a certified specialist is able to hold the glass in place longer when an intruder tries to gain entry by breaking through it.
Safety from Glass Breakage - Whether a window is broken by an attempted burglary, severe weather, a natural disaster or simply by a well-aimed baseball, window tinting films are able to hold the glass together so that it doesn’t shatter and spread across the room.
Easy Maintenance - Window tinting film is water resistant and a scratch-resistant coating is available, making your home’s windows just as easy—if not easier—to clean.
Added Privacy - The privacy of window tinting film is a desired comfort for many, giving you peace of mind that a passerby is not able to peer in and see you and your family.
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How to Install
- Measure & cut film with extra portion
- Clean glass thoroughly
- Wet glass thoroughly
- Peel off backing paper
- Apply film to glass
- Use scraper to squeeze out water and bubbles
- Trim excess film