Have you recently been hearing about the problems of energy efficient windows melting vinyl siding? Or about how low-e windows can melt artificial turf grass? Maybe you have even heard of class action law suits for window glare melting siding issues, and when you put it all together, maybe you're thinking that energy efficient windows just aren't worth the added cooling and reduced energy costs if they cause all these issues? The fact is low-e windows can melt siding and grass by concentrating beams of reflected light, but they don't have to: with a light scattering window film, vinyl siding and turf grass are safe from light bouncing off low-e windows even on the sunniest summer days.
Window Glare Solutions
The most affordable way to deal with window glare melting siding and artificial grass just so happens to also be the most effective way: scatterer the light bouncing off the glass with Turf Guard Window Film. This unique window appliqué sends light bouncing in all directions instead of concentrating into a beam that can melt siding and grass, and it can be applied in a matter of hours, so you never have to deal with window glare melting siding and grass and causing damage again.
Will Interior Window Tint Help Vinyl Melting?
Many people mistakenly think that window tint applied on the inside of their windows will help with low-e window reflections melting vinyl siding. Unfortunately, this tinting does nothing to stop glare-related melting issues. The good news is that Turf Guard Window Film does not render this interior tint any less effective at making windows energy efficient.