Whether you want to add a decorative accent to your glass doors, create a more private space for yourself or protect your home from extreme weather and potential break-ins, there is a vinyl film that will give you the look and performance you desire.
1. Frosted Film
Do you love the look of frosted glass but can’t seem to justify the expense? Well now you don’t have to! You can achieve the same look for less with window film.
Opt for full coverage to increase privacy or use die-cuts to create decorative accents that only partially obscure the view inside. Floral imagery, geometric patterns and other interesting designs are all possible.
If you choose die-cut film, you can either make the images opaque and the background clear or do the reverse where you can see through the image and the background is opaque.
If you have a front door with sidelights, anyone standing outside the door or passing by can see right into your living room or foyer. Finding a full-length curtain to fit that space isn’t always easy and will require a lot more maintenance than window film. The opacity of frosted film gives you privacy while allowing natural light to come through the window.
You can also use frosted film to cover a bathroom window that sits across from a neighbor’s house or can be seen in through the backyard. No more free shows!
2. Colored Film
Stained glass is more art than glass. Whether you want a simple decorative pattern, small areas of color to break up the solidity of frosted film or a full mural, colored window film can be used to recreate the look of stained glass without the expense of custom made windows.
Security film transforms your door and window glass into a strong barrier that protects your home from impacts during extreme weather and break-in attempts from would-be burglars.
This specially designed film holds glass fragments together, which reduces your chance of injury from flying glass. It also makes the glass much more difficult to break, which can buy you the time you need to contact emergency services during a break-in.
You can buy optically clear security film or choose a tinted variety that also reduces glare, increases privacy and rejects heat.
Applying tinted film can help you lower energy costs and, depending on the shade you choose, give you more privacy in your home. It also rejects UV rays that can fade and warp flooring, drapes, electronics, paintings, pictures and other delicate items over time.
Team Acme For All Kinds of Tint
If you’d like to make your property more secure or enhance its visual appeal, give Team Acme a call. We can help you choose the film that will give you the look and performance you want while staying within your budget.
To give you a quote, we’ll need an idea of how much surface area you’ll want to cover and whether you want full, partial or decorative coverage. We can send you a worksheet to make this a simple process or have our team come to your location and take measurements for you.