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How Window Glare Can Burn Your Grass and Ruin Your Yard

Sun Reflecting Off Windows Killing Grass 

It seems crazy to think that sunlight bouncing off windows can burn the grass in your yard, but then it happens to you and you realize it's all too real of a problem. How can sunlight suddenly burn grass when the sun is already shining down on the lawn almost every day of the year? The secret is the way certain energy efficient windows can cause sunshine to become concentrated and focused into extra hot beams that hit specific patches of grass with enough heat to scorch the blades and dry them out and leave them wilted, brown, and dead.

Window Damaging Artificial Grass

Is Your Artificial Turf Melting? 

If your property has artificial turf instead of grass, you might think you are safe from the issues people with natural lawns face, but that's far from true when dealing with sunlight concentrated by energy efficient windows. Artificial turf lawns can be melted and ruined by sun glare, necessitating costly removal and replacement. And then what's to stop the new turf from being melted again?

Window Reflection Damaging Artificial Grass

Anti-Reflective Window Film to Stop Burning of Grass and Melting Turf

The best way to protect grass against burning from sun reflections and turf melting in reflected sun glare is to coat the windows with Turf Guard Window Film and protect your property once and for all. This special perforated exterior window film sends sunlight scattering in all directions so it can't become concentrated into hot, dangerous rays.

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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