• Team SRWT

Protect Yourself From UV Rays With Window Film

Updated: May 3

Overexposure to UV rays is one of the most common causes of skin cancer. Overexposure to UV rays also causes premature aging and can lead to eye problems.


You may think that you are exposed to UV rays only when you get outside your house. This is not true. The windows of your home allow UV rays to come in. You may be soaking in the sun’s harmful UV rays for hours even without knowing it.


Installing window film is a great way to reduce your exposure to UV rays. Window films can block up to 99.99% of the sun’s ultraviolet rays. In addition to protecting your skin from UV rays, window film can help keep the interior of your home cool during the summer, taking some pressure off your cooling system.


Window film can also help protect furniture from sun damage. It can prevent premature discoloration and fading, helping maintain the original appearance of your furniture for years. Window films manufactured these days are available in a range of designs. In addition to blocking UV rays, the right window film for your home can enhance its aesthetic appeal.


Factors to Consider When Choosing Window Film

Not all window films are created equal. When choosing window film, consider your specific needs. To ensure value for money, select a product that fits your needs. Here are some factors to consider when choosing window film for your windows.


Your Goals

Before you begin your search for the right window film, define your goals. Some common reasons why homeowners install window film include – to protect the residents from UV rays, add years to the useful life of their furniture by reducing exposure to UV rays, and add more privacy to different areas of their house. Defining your goals will help you determine which type of window film will work for you


Durability

With proper care and maintenance, window films can last 15-20 years. How long your window film will last depend on several factors including application, the orientation of the installation, whether the application is vertical or horizontal, and how the film was installed


Warranty

Many installers provide a warranty of up to 15 years for window film installations. Some provide a lifetime warranty for residential installations. Some common issues that installation warranties cover include rippling, bubbling, peeling, adhesive failure, and cracking. Installation warranties do not cover scratches or damages caused by abrasive cleaning products. Before you hire an installation professional, take the time to understand


  • what the warranty they’re offering covers and what isn’t covered

  • what can void your warranty


Having difficulty choosing the right window tint film for your windows? Let Santa Rosa Window Tint help. We are a leading residential window film installer near you in Sonoma County.Our experts use tried and tested methods to make window films last longer. To make an appointment, call (707) 879-8468.

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