If you have a wooden deck that looks worn and faded, you are probably dreading the cost of refinishing it. All the sanding, staining, repairing cracks -- it's a time consuming project if you do it yourself and an expensive project if you hire someone else to refinish the surface for you. But decks age and fade over time, and only proper maintenance keeps them looking good and holding up over the years.
If your deck is faded only in certain specific areas, though, the most important maintenance you can do might have nothing to do with actual deck itself: it might be reflections off low e windows fading your deck!
Window Reflection Reducer
Energy efficient windows have a highly reflective exterior that creates an excess of reflected light compared to standard glass panes. When this light falls on the surface of a deck, it does much more damage than regular ambient sunlight. Think of a beam channeled through a magnifying glass: low e window reflections have much the same effect (though less power, of course) and rapidly cause fading, cracking, and other damage to the surface of your deck. With Turf Guard Window Film applied over the glass, you can ensure your deck won't be damaged by window glare because it will be harmlessly scattered away in countless directions.
Window Glare Burning Grass
Just as reflections off low e windows damage deck surfaces, so too can window glare melt artificial turf grass. If your property has both energy efficient windows and artificial grass, it is a recipe for disaster until you have Turf Guard Window Film applied on those windows. And don't worry, anti glare window film will not change the way your windows look and won't reduce the efficacy of the windows to keep the home cooler ands safe from UV light.