Artificial Turf Melting Even In Winter?
It's surprising to realize that window reflections can cause artificial turf grass to melt in any season, of course, but it makes sense that these extra concentrated beams of light can cause damage during long, hot summer days when your fake grass is already warmed by the ambient temperature.
The fact is, though, that sunlight reflecting off highly reflective low-e windows can get hot enough to melt turf grass in any season, even in the wintertime. And due to the earth's seasonal tilt, artificial turf that was not at risk for melting in other seasons may now see sun beams falling on it due to new angles of reflection. So protect your artificial lawn even in winter with Turf Guard Window Film.
Stop Artificial Grass From Melting
The most reliable way to stop energy efficient low-e windows from melting fake grass is to apply Turf Guard Window Film to the exterior of the windows and send the sunlight that bounces off the glass scattering in thousands of directions instead of creating a single concentrated beam of solar energy. When you use Turf Guard Window Film to stop grass melting, you protect your yard in spring, summer, fall, and winter. And you won't reduce the efficacy of your energy efficient windows to keep you cooler in summer thanks to solar heat rejection and warmer in winter thanks to great insulation.