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Why Window Reflection Causes Turf Burning

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Your turf is melting because you've got low-e screens. Low E windows are high-performance windows that reject a lot of heat back to the outside world. The reflection produced by these types of windows magnifies the energy of the sun by heating the turf beyond its melting point. Astro turf melts between 168 and 220 degrees depending on the composition of the turf.

Why Does Artificial Turf Melt?

Artificial turf technology can weather the elements, but projecting the sun off the home windows can also produce a magnification that is so strong that it can create a beam of light that damages and burns the turf. There are a variety of methods that protect artificial turf from melting:
  • Apply turf shield window tints
  • Installation of solar screens
  • Replace windows

Low E windows are substrates with low emissivity. All this means is that there's a coating on the windows that serves as an insulation. This is actually a good thing because low E coatings keep your home windows cool during the summer by reflecting energy away and preventing heat from coming in.

During the winter months the same coating keeps your home warm by not allowing heat to escape. The opposite and unintended effect of having low e-windows is that in some cases, these same windows can cause the turf to melt when the sun's rays reflect on the turf.

Frequently Asked Questions

How to prevent Window Reflection?

When you add a turf shield film, it helps neutralize the reflection from the turf, reducing the reflection significantly and shielding the turf for years to come.

How to Prevent my Artificial Grass From Melting?

When you add a turf shield window film, you can rest assured that your artificial turf will be covered from the sun's reflection coming from your windows.

Contact us now to learn more about our turf protection window tints.

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