Believe it or not, your windows might be about to cause a huge problem between you and your neighbor. If you have energy efficient low-e windows that reject lots of solar energy and keep your house nice and cool, and if your neighbor's home has vinyl siding on the walls or artificial turf grass on the ground, then the situation is ripe for a big problem: windows melting siding and grass. Low-e windows create a powerful reflection of light that can get hot enough to melt vinyl walls and fake grass, and your neighbor will be none too happy about either.
The good news is that Turf Guard Window Film can send that bounced light scattering instead of concentrating into this damaging beams.
Best Way to Stop Melting Siding
If you have had your low-e windows for months already and so far there have been no problems with window glare melting siding or grass, then you might think you're in the clear and you don't need to worry about the reflections. However, as the seasons progress and the sun hits your windows at different angles, it may well eventually cast its hot beams onto nearby turf grass or vinyl walls. So the best way to stop melted vinyl or grass issues is to prevent them before they start by using Turf Guard Window Film.
Block the Glare Not the View Window Film
Many people worry that window film for blocking sun reflections damaging vinyl walls will also block or at least impair the view out through their windows. In fact, many types of Turf Guard Window Film don't change the view out through your windows at all, and the material can't be detected when you look at your house, either. On the other hand, if you want to add some color and depth to the home, this ant-glare window film does come in black and white varieties.