Today’s window film is extremely efficient at controlling the effects of solar energy. Window film provides up to 78% heat reduction when applied to untreated glass. By window tinting, it helps make the place become cooler.
Advantages and Benefits of Tinting
It’s the right time for you to do window tinting! Whether it’s your car, home or office, window film provides a variety of consumer benefits to make your life more pleasurable and secure. At Power Cool films, we break it down to 6 Reasons To Choose Window film: –
How can window tinting protects you? Acts of vandalism, environmental hazards and unforeseen accidents result in shattered glass that is dangerous. Window film can act as a “safety net” by holding shattered glass together.
One of the benefits of window tinting is you will get prevention from glare by direct sunlight, car spotlight and reflection from water or surrounding windows. We do have a perfect window film solution to reduce annoying glare.
Whether it’s a contemporary look or a uniform design, there are a variety of window film products to compliment the exterior of a home or office building. Choose window tinting that fit your own style.
Areas of extreme sun or shade cause interior temperature imbalances and climate control issues. Window film remedies this problem and significantly reduces air conditioning costs and car petrol consumption.
Power Cool film guaranteed quality for all our client. Installation material are all quality products and done by professional. Every client of Power Cool Film were given 5 years warranty on color fading of the film.
What is window film?
In their simplest forms, window films are composed of a polyester substrate to which a scratch resistant coating is applied on one side, while a mounting adhesive layer and a protective release liner is applied to the other. When the release liner is removed, that side of the film with the adhesive is applied to the interior surface of the glass.
Generally, window film provides protection from the effects of the sun as well as added safety and security in the events that result in broken glass. There are many types and constructions of solar control and safety window films.
The efficiency of solar control window films are closely related to local weather conditions, building orientation, window size, and other factors such as exterior shading conditions. However, with escalating energy costs, window films are increasingly valuable as an investment for commercial and residential owners.
How to clean the windows after film is applied?
Windows with film applied are easily cleaned the tinted film without damage to their appearance as long as a few guidelines are followed:
- Use a soft cloth, soft paper towel, or synthetic sponge for cleaning.
- Use a soft cloth or squeegee for drying the window.
- Use any normal glass cleaning solution that contains no abrasive materials.
The availability of scratch resistant coatings as a standard feature of quality films virtually eliminates the need for extra special precautions in cleaning.
How long will the films last?
The effective life of window film will vary by the type of film, type of glass, window construction, compass orientation of glass, and part of the world in which the building is located. There are documented cases of film lasting 12 to 22 years or more. This should not however, be assumed to be the normal expected life.
Will window film really stop fabrics from fading?
Six factors affect the fading of fabrics:
- Ultraviolet light
- Visible light
- Heat and humidity
- Chemical vapors (including ozone)
- Age of fabric
- Dye fastness
Clear single pane glass will reject 23 – 28% of the ultraviolet light from the sun. Insulated glass is slightly better, rejecting 36 – 41%. Window films installed on glass reject 95 – 99% of solar ultraviolet light.
Different types of clear glass and window systems will reject 13 – 29% of solar heat. With window films, 80% solar heat rejection can be obtained.
No window film can eliminate fading. It can, however, offer maximum protection from fading due to solar ultraviolet light and solar heat.