Understanding Window Treatments and Window Film
There are many options for solar control. However, the real choice is between film and treatments.
Window treatments are one method to manage heat and sunlight. Window treatments can include blinds, shutters curtain, drapes, shades, blinds, shutters, curtains, and all other products that you use to protect the area around the windows. They don’t attach to or stick to the windows. Instead, they filter the sunlight that passes through the windows.
Window film on the other side adheres directly to windows' inner surfaces. The main goal of commercial window film to filter and block sunlight entering the building is to do this.
These 3 questions will help you decide which option works best for your situation:
Question #1 - How would you rate your view?
Consider what's beyond the windows when choosing between window films or window treatments. Is there a view you'd like to have? Make sure you don't look out your window to see another tall structure right next to you. If it were, the building would have already blocked the sun.
It is likely that you want to see the view from your windows if you have one. Window treatments are designed to block sunlight from entering your windows and reduce the view. Window film blocks out solar heat and UV light before they reach the building. This can reduce up to 80% on solar heat entering through the windows. You can also focus your eyes better by decreasing glare. This will make it easier to see the windows without straining and/or squinting. It is possible to achieve an ultra-high-definition view by just controlling the sun.
Window film is the right choice for anyone who has a view.
Question 2 - What is cost difference?
Many homeowners and businesspeople are conscious of the importance of cost when choosing window treatments. Some shades are cheaper than others, but window treatments that use tinted glass can be quite expensive. Window film keeps heat out of buildings and reduces the frequency you must use your air conditioner. Window tinting can reduce up to 80% of solar heat and up to 99% of ultraviolet rays. This reduces heat from entering and makes your air-conditioning work less frequently.
Window film not only reduces your monthly air conditioning bill by reducing your heating and cooling costs but also lowers your maintenance and repair costs.
Window film will save you money in the long term.
Question #3 - Is it possible to combine film and blinds for the best of both worlds
A hybrid of window film and treatment is a good option. Window film can help reduce solar heat as well as improve your view. Blinds, however, are great for privacy.
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