How to Fix Warped Vinyl Siding
So the vinyl siding on your property has been melted by reflections bounced off the windows and you're wondering how to fix melted vinyl siding? Here's the thing: you can't. It has to be ripped off and replaced. Once warped by solar glare, vinyl siding has to be replaced to restore the aesthetics and functionality of the walls of your home. As with illness so too with melted vinyl siding, the best approach is prevention: the sooner you get Turf Guard Window Film applied to your home's energy efficient and highly reflective windows, the sooner you can rest assured that sun glare won't melt vinyl siding at your property. And of course this specialty window film also protects artificial grass from melting and stops natural grass from burning.
Heat of the Window Reflection Killing Grass
The sun reflections off windows can get hot enough to burn the grass, kill flowers, damage plastic furniture, and discolor pool and grill covers, umbrellas, outdoor upholstery, and more. Turf Guard Window Film scatters reflected sunlight instead of letting it concentrate into a ray, so these surfaces and others around your property. Window film that stops sun reflections causing damage is the most cost effective way to ensure this type of damage does not occur, and it will pay for itself many times over in the money you save on repairs and replacing things that would have been damaged by sun glare.