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Home Window Film Tinting Didsbury

You can see more of our installations which we have completed here Recent Work


You can see more of our installations which we have completed here Recent Work


The Problem

This is a house in Didsbury where the owners required a window film which would have two purposes - counteract the suns harmful UV light which had faded their furniture and flooring - help with the heat and glare from the sun which was entering through their glass roof and doors. Not wanting to have blinds installed which would provide them with some shade, they attract flies and are hard to keep clean and would darken the room by blocking out the natural light.

The Solution

We recommended a dual reflective window film, perfect for this kind of situation making an incredible difference to the amount of solar heat and glare transmitted through the glass. These dual reflective window films vary with the density selected and also offer excellent performance of solar heat rejection and glare control with higher visible light transmission (VLT) than traditional reflective solar control films. The dual reflective window film used was of low density which has a less reflective inner layer to preserve the view outside. The film blocks 99.9% of UV light entering through the glazing limiting fading and damage caused from the sun. Its warm neutral interior appearance is ideal for residential applications and can go unnoticed if your not aware its already installed.

Window films with a higher VLT are lighter in appearance and allow more light to pass through, the film we used here has a VLT of 40% and has a 10 year warranty covering peeling, distorting and fading. The customer was completely satisfied with choice of window film we recommended and the way the installation was carried out. It took us just half a day to complete again with virtually no disruption to the customer.

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