We apply film to the interior of the glass except for windows that are difficult to reach, like skylights. For these windows, we have exterior film options.
No, the window film we supply can be fitted to your existing glass?
Yes, removing the film is a simple process and it will not damage your glass if removed correctly for the type of glass you have.
No. The solution we use is water-based and is like dishwasher liquid. It doesn’t cause harm and won’t damage furniture, floors, etc.
Yes, but this is only temporary. The milky appearance only lasts while the window film dries. This usually takes a couple of days, although there are sometimes patches that can take a little longer.
We recommend you wait 10 days before cleaning your windows. This lets the adhesive properly bond the film to the glass.
You can clean them normally although make sure the solution you use is free from ammonia. This is because ammonia can damage the window film, causing it to fail.
Glass tinting can’t completely stop fading, but it can significantly reduce it. As much as 40 percent of fading is caused by UV rays which our window films block 99 percent of. In addition, we have options that block 78 percent of solar energy, another major contributor to fading. So, while glass tinting will not stop fading completely, it typically reduces the effect by more than half.
The amount of light that gets into your room will depend on the window tint used. For example, we have options that block up to 78 of solar energy. This will, inevitably, block light as well. On the other hand, we have options that block less solar energy while offering almost complete UV protection. In this case, there is no discernible difference in the amount of light let in. You should remember, however, that even our darkest window films will still let in more light than open blinds.
It can happen with window film, but not when you come to us as we only use high-quality brands.
We use the latest techniques to install your window films, including dry adhesive technology. This protects the film from bubbling or peeling.