The conventional method of installing blinds to cover your windows has a more qualified contender: installing window film. Using window film instead of blinds in your home or commercial building offers a wide array of advantages, some of which are listed below.
The cost of installing window films is less expensive than that of getting blinds. Unlike blinds, window films don’t fade. So it’ll cost you less to maintain them. In addition, they’re less prone to getting damaged than window blinds are.
Window tints are especially useful if you have children. For instance, your child may be playing inside the house and accidentally cause your blinds to tear or inflict other forms of damage, which are expensive to fix. Window tints can help you avoid that and they last longer than blinds do, too.
You can also save money on your electricity bill. Window film keeps the sun and its heat out of a room more efficiently than blinds do. So you won’t have to worry so much about your rooms getting too hot and having to spend more on cooling.
Did you know window tints shield your furniture, too? Since they offer more protection from the sun, your furniture is less likely to fade over time. Going back to the aforementioned, this will save you from additional spending required for maintenance. Window films filter out the absorption of UV light at a rate of 99%.
They will protect you from the sun’s damaging UV rays more so than blinds will, thanks to their reflective properties. So the health of your skin and eyes can remain guarded. Tinting your windows will have positive effects on your vision because of the reduction of glare, as well.
In contrast to blinds, window films actually protect your window glass, due to the extra layer your window glass is covered with. They can stop your windows from shattering in case of an accident, and increase your privacy at the same time, which can deter potential burglars from stealing your things.
Just like you can choose among several shades when installing your blinds, the same can be done with window films. They come in different shapes, sizes, and tones to match your furniture and preferences.
The unmoving parts of window film as compared to blinds, make them easier to clean. Your rooms will always have a tidy appeal and you’ll have more space to arrange your furniture to your liking since tints don’t take up space like blinds do.
Moreover, window tints increase your visibility, but lower that of bystanders on the outside of your building. So you still get a view of the outdoors while keeping your privacy. Generally, that’s much tougher or nearly impossible to accomplish with most kinds of blinds.
Whether you want to improve your protection from the sun, get privacy, or even enhance your interior’s decorative ambience, installing window films instead of blinds is an ideal option. At Team Acme, our experts will properly install your window films and help you stay secure from damage that’s probably not covered by your insurance.
If you’re thinking of bettering your home or office’s security system with window tints, contact Team Acme today! We’ll be happy to give you more information, including your quote.