If you have noticed damage to the vinyl siding on your property, then the energy efficient windows on a neighboring home or business may be the cause of the issue. And if you see damaged vinyl siding on a neighbor’s home, your own highly reflective energy efficient windows might be the cause. The damage to the vinyl siding you see may well be melting caused by the concentration of hot sun beams bouncing off low-e energy efficient windows. Damaged vinyl siding must be replaced, but the good news is that it’s easy to prevent future melted vinyl siding caused by window reflections.
Best way to stop melting siding
To stop window glare from melting vinyl siding you need to apply Turf Guard Window Film on the outside of your energy efficient windows. This specialty window treatment changes the way light bounces off the highly reflective surface of energy efficient windows, ensuring the light won’t become concentrated into a beam hot enough to melt vinyl siding. But Turf Guard Window Film won’t stop low-e windows from rejecting plenty of sunlight and keeping the interior of your property cooler and more energy efficient. And best of all, Turf Guard Window Film is significantly cheaper than replacing windows or replacing vinyl siding damaged in the future.
Window glare burning grass
Vinyl siding is not the only material that is at risk for damage from solar glare bouncing off energy efficient windows. Artificial turf grass can also be melted by window reflections, and like vinyl siding artificial grass damaged by sun reflected off windows cannot be repaired, it must be removed and replaced. So using Turf Guard Window Film can protect your yard just like it can protect your siding.
Using window film to prevent melted siding
Installing window film to prevent melted turf grass or vinyl siding is a reliable way to protect your property and to ensure you don’t cause damage to a neighbor’s home. This window film is also easy to remove if you ever decide you no longer need to prevent window glare from melting vinyl walls or turf.