What Is Window Film?

We use two types of window film, polyester & ceramic.

Polyester window film

Generally made of PET, Polyethylene Terephthalate, the same polymer used to manufacture water bottles. For example most films are applied to the interior surface of a glass window in a home or a commercial building.
Material Composition: Polyester window film is made from thin layers of polyester, a type of polymer, that is adhered to glass surfaces using an adhesive.

Optical Clarity: Polyester films generally offer good optical clarity, allowing visible light to pass through while still providing some level of privacy and glare reduction.

UV Protection: Like other window films, polyester films often have UV-blocking properties to protect interiors from the harmful effects of ultraviolet rays. This can help prevent fading of furniture, flooring, and other items.

Heat Reduction: Polyester window film can provide moderate heat reduction by blocking a portion of the sun's infrared radiation. This can contribute to a more comfortable indoor environment.

Privacy and Decoration: Polyester films are available in various shades and colours, allowing for customisation of the level of privacy and aesthetics. Some films may also have decorative patterns or designs.

Easy Installation: Polyester window films are generally easy to install, especially when compared to some other types of window films. They are often applied using a water and soap solution, which helps with positioning and adhesion.

Affordability: Polyester window film is often more budget-friendly compared to advanced technologies like ceramic films. This makes it a popular choice for those looking for cost-effective window tinting solutions.

Durability: While polyester films are durable, they may not be as scratch-resistant as some other types of films, so care should be taken during cleaning.

It's important to note that the performance and features of polyester window films can vary between products and brands. Before choosing a specific window film, it's advisable to check the product specifications and ensure that it meets your particular needs and preferences.

Ceramic window film

Is a type of window tinting or film that is used on windows for various purposes. Unlike traditional window films that may use dyes or metalized particles, ceramic window film is made from ceramic particles that are non-metallic and non-conductive. This type of film is known for its advanced technology and high-performance characteristics. Heat Reduction: Ceramic window film is designed to block a significant amount of infrared heat while allowing visible light to pass through. This helps in reducing the interior temperature of a building, or home, providing a more comfortable environment.

UV Ray Protection: It offers excellent protection against harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun. UV rays can cause damage to furniture, flooring, and upholstery over time, as well as pose health risks to occupants.

Clarity and Visibility: Ceramic films maintain high visibility and optical clarity. They do not interfere with radio signals, GPS systems, or electronic devices, and they are less likely to cause interference with these technologies compared to some other types of window films.

Non-Reflective: Ceramic window film is often non-reflective, providing a clear and natural view from both the inside and outside. This can be beneficial for maintaining the aesthetics of a building or vehicle.

Durability: Ceramic films are known for their durability and resistance to discoloration. They typically have a longer lifespan compared to some other types of window films.

Scratch Resistance: Many ceramic window films have a scratch-resistant coating, reducing the risk of damage during cleaning or everyday use.

Anti-Glare: The film can help reduce glare from the sun, headlights, or other sources of bright light, improving visibility and comfort.

Ceramic window film is commonly used in applications, residential buildings, and commercial properties where advanced heat and UV protection, along with optical clarity, are desired. Keep in mind that the specific features and performance of ceramic window film can vary between brands and products.

Window film is a thin, adhesive-backed material that can be applied to the glass of windows for various practical and aesthetic purposes. There are several reasons why people use window film:


Window film can provide privacy by obscuring the view from the outside while still allowing light to enter. It's commonly used in bathrooms, bedrooms and anywhere in your home or office to prevent people from seeing inside.

Solar Control

Window film can block or reduce the amount of sunlight and heat that enters a room. This helps in keeping indoor spaces cooler and more comfortable, reducing the need for excessive air conditioning and saving energy costs.

UV Protection

Many window films block a significant portion of harmful UV (ultraviolet) rays from the sun. UV radiation can cause damage to your skin, furniture, flooring, and other belongings from fading and damage caused by prolonged exposure to the sun. Our UV Clear window film is tested and will block 99.8% of UVA & UVB rays.

Glare Reduction

Window film can reduce glare from the sun, making it easier to watch TV or work on a computer screen without straining your eyes.

Energy Efficiency

By reducing the amount of heat that enters a building, window film can improve energy efficiency and lower cooling costs. This is particularly important in hot climates.


Some types of window film are designed to strengthen windows and make them more resistant to shattering. This can strengthen the integrity of a window to protect against intruders and accidental breakage. The window film will hold the glass together.


Decorative window film can be used to enhance the appearance of windows and glass doors. It comes in a variety of patterns, textures, and colours, allowing you to customize the look of your space.


Safety window film is designed to hold shattered glass together in case of accidents or impact, reducing the risk of injury from broken glass shards.


Anti-graffiti window film can protect glass surfaces from vandalism and graffiti. It makes it easier to remove graffiti without the need for expensive glass replacement.

The specific benefits of window film can vary depending on the type of film you choose and your individual needs. It's a cost-effective way to improve the functionality and appearance of windows while addressing various concerns, from privacy to energy efficiency.

There are many types of window films, some are clear and feature multiple layers of PET to offer protection from shattering glass; others are tinted with metals, dyes or pigments to reduce the visible light transmitted through the glass and block heat coming through from the sun. They're also decorative window films that can replicate the look of frosted glass or etched patterns.