Stories About Window Tinting, Decorative, and Security Film

How Window Film Can Help Solve Glare, Brightness, and Sun Intensity Issues

In fall and winter, the glare and sun intensity in your home or office might be unbearable. Affecting your comfort throughout the seasons, it can result in you losing concentration at work or unwanted sunlight coming into your home that makes your living space intolerable. You might be wondering what the solution is. Whilst replacing your windows might seem like a good idea, the truth of the matter is that they are very expensive and very difficult to install.

So why not opt for a more cost-effective and energy-efficient alternative such as window film? At Meridian Window Tint in Idaho, we install high-quality 3M window film that comes with an array of benefits; including:

Controlling 99% of Harmful UV Rays

Throughout the fall and winter, the sun is lower in the sky so it comes in at an angle that results in intense sunlight – a great anecdote to this is window film. Controlling the UV rays and excess sun glare by up to 99%, you can enjoy a comfortable temperature without having to worry about the brightness or sun intensity.

Reduced Fade

Another concern of homeowners is that harmful UV rays from the sun will damage their furniture. By having window film installed, this worry can literally “fade away.” Rejecting these UV rays, 3M window films features multilayer optical film and state of the art nanotechnology that has the ability to reject 97% - 99% of the infrared light produced by the sun – meaning that your furniture can stay nicer for longer.

Excellent Aesthetics

Unlike other window films that can fade or result in ‘false light’, 3M controls the light as it passes through its layers. Increasing its performance as the sun’s angle increases, you will receive greater comfort and protection when you need it most. Allowing a high transmission of natural light, your space will be provided with excellent aesthetics.

Bonus Benefits

As well as helping to solve glare and brightness issues, window films are also designed to save you money. Whether you are a homeowner or a business owner, you will want to cut costs where you can – and the cost-effectiveness of window films are perhaps one of the main reasons why they are internationally popular.

Helping to keep the warmth inside during the fall and winter months, you won’t have to touch the thermostat. With its built-in invisible thermal shield, you no longer have to worry about heat escaping through your windows – saving you money on replacing your current single or double pane windows. Lowering your energy costs by up to 40%, you can spend your money on other things within your home or office.

Contact us Today

Do you want to find out more about 3M window film and how it can transform your home or office? Get in contact with Meridian Window Tint today either through our contact form, or by phone at (208) 258-7260.

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