Most people understand that covering up or putting on sunscreen when they go outside is a good idea to prevent sunburns, wrinkles and general exposure to the sun. However, what a lot of people don’t realize is that the same rays of sun you are trying to avoid outside, come right into your home or business through your windows. What’s more, UV rays are highly detrimental to home furnishings like wood floors, furniture, upholstery, and rugs. That’s right, the main culprit in almost all fading of your home’s interiors isn’t wear and tear–it’s the sun.
UV Protection For Your Home Furnishings
Installing UV protective window film will keep your floors and furniture from fading in the sun–extend their life and keeping them looking new for years longer than if they were exposed to the sun. Additionally, you will reap energy efficiency benefits and save you money on your energy bills. This is because Installing window film can block up to 99% of the sun’s UV rays that cause fading and solar heat gain. UV fade protection window film can’t completely stop fading, but it can drastically and noticeably reduce it.
UV Protection In Your Home For Your Family
You work hard to give yourself and your family a good life and keeping them safe from the very harmful rays of the sun on their skin should be part of that responsibility. UV window film blocks the ultraviolet radiation part of the solar spectrum–the harmful part. By blocking an impressive 99% of the suns UV rays, which is the equivalent of SPF 1000, window film can make your family less susceptible to certain types of skin cancers caused by excessive sun exposure. In fact, The US Skin Cancer society recommends window tinting as part of a healthy skin regimen to keep people cancer free. They even go so far as to endorse window tinting on their website saying “Window film is an increasingly effective solution, offering substantial indoor protection by blocking up to 99.9 percent of UVA radiation”
Give the ones you love the gift of health and keep them safe by having UV blocking window tint applied to your home this year!