Anti Glare Window Film
Light from the sun can be a problem whether it is the long bright days of summer, or the low lying nature of the sun during the winter months. It can make it hard to focus on computer or TV screens, make reading difficult, it can even make it hard to have face to face conversations with colleagues and friends. An application of one of our anti glare window films can instantly make your premises more comfortable.
An application of anti glare window film will cut out a large proportion of the sun's glare, whilst still allowing natural light to pass through the glass as well as maintaining your view out through the glazing. Anti glare window films are effective as soon as they are installed and can reduce the glare by up to 95%. Anti glare window film is a more cost effective and easy to maintain solution than traditional methods such as blinds, which require cleaning and also block any view. In contrast, anti glare window film requires no additional cleaning and can be installed at a fraction of the cost.
Anti glare window film also boasts a range of other benefits, including the filtering of up to 99% of the sun’s UV rays. UV is one of the main contributing factors to fading and can also be damaging to skin, so by blocking these potentially harmful rays it is possible to protect upholstery and furnishings, as well as providing a valuable barrier for sensitive skin.
Anti glare film comes in a huge range of tints and finishes from a light tint to very dark, or a metalised effect. Once we know your requirements ie glass type, which direction your windows face the look you would like to achieve etc, we can then recommend a suitable film.
It is also possible to combine anti glare window film with other window films, providing solar protection, privacy as well as an added layer of safety and security. For more information on how an application of window film can solve your glare issues and details on the potential additional benefits contact us on 01207 284 284 or email firstname.lastname@example.org