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Anti-Glare Window Film For Your Home and Turf

 

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Anti-glare window film, or commonly known as anti-glare film, is the perfect solution to the many problems associated with glare in windows. Cost-effective and efficient, anti-glare window film significantly reduces glare while allowing natural sunlight to come through. With so many types of anti-glare window film on the market, you can find the best fit for your window and your lifestyle. Let's take a look at the different types of anti-glare window films and how they are designed for their uses.

 

There are many types of anti-glare films available on the market, so before choosing one, you should decide which type of film will work best for your needs. Generally speaking, window films come in two forms: frosted and un-frosted.

Frosted Anti-glare Window Film

Frosted anti-glare films are usually made of a combination of plastic and clear plastic. The clear plastic is clear in appearance, while the plastic used for frosted anti-glare films are translucent in nature. Frosted anti-glare films typically have an additional layer of plastic or polyester material between the clear plastic layer and the frosted glass. This layer, called the fog layer, helps to diffuse the light that comes through the window. Most frosted anti-glare window films are very thin, so they don't require much maintenance.

When purchasing anti-glare window film, remember that the thickness of the window film directly affects the amount of light that passes through the window. A thicker film provides more light penetration, while a thinner film allows less light to penetrate. For this reason, window films should be selected based on their thickness, rather than their color. Therefore, choose anti-glare films with the thickness of the film determined by your needs.

Block Ultraviolet Light

You might also be interested in window films that can block ultraviolet light, which tends to produce a yellowish tint to the glass of the window. Anti-UV film, on the other hand, has a thicker layer of clear glass that helps absorb any light that hits the screen. Most anti-UV film comes in three-mil thicknesses, although there are some exceptions. In the case of thicker anti-UV film, additional film may be required to cover any gaps between the clear window.

If you don't want to deal with glare or a yellow-tinted screen, another option is to simply purchase a completely clear glass pane of glass. Instead of using anti-glare window film, you can opt for clear glass tinted glass and then apply the anti-reflective film to it with a squeegee or glass scraper. You can also use either a glass sprayer or a squeegee to apply the anti-reflective film on the outside surface of your window, if you prefer.

Window film provides many benefits to your home, from providing more light to improve your privacy and energy efficiency to lowering the energy costs for the home. If you have trouble focusing your eyes at night on things near you windows, you may be surprised to learn how much better it makes the view. Contact us for more information. 

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