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How to Stop Reflection from Windows Melting Turf

Are reflections melting the vinyl siding or artificial turf on your property?

If you have detected the signs of melting damage afflicting the artificial turf grass or vinyl siding around your home, you might at first be at a loss for what's causing this damage. In most cases, the answer is sunlight reflecting off low-e energy efficient windows melting turf grass or siding when the light becomes concentrated and hot. If your neighbors recently had new windows installed, or if your own new energy efficient windows can cast reflections onto your property, then that is the most likely cause of damage to the artificial lawn or siding.

And even if the low-e (or low emissivity) windows aren't new, they may still be the cause of artificial grass melting or siding damaged by sun reflections: as the seasons change and the planet is oriented differently to the sun, those damaging reflected beams of light can change position and start doing damage.

How to Stop Melted Vinyl Siding Damage Fast

The best way to stop reflected sunlight from melting vinyl siding on your home or ruining the artificial grass you installed around the property is to use Turf Guard Window Film. This specialty window coating deflects sunshine in multiple directions rather than letting it become concentrated and reflect off the windows in a hot beam, so the sun sunshine doesn't become hot enough to melt vinyl or turf or to pose a hazard to people or pets, either. 

The best thing about stopping window reflections from melting vinyl siding with Turf Guard Window Film is that this window film does not reduce the energy efficiency of the low-e windows. They will still reject 99% of damaging UV light and much of the sun's hot IR light, and they will still allow in plenty of pleasant visible light.

Protect Your Artificial Turf, Natural Grass and Vinyl Siding from Reflection Damage

Turf Guard Window Film is an Affordable Do-It-Yourself Window Film Solution

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