Window Tint For An All Around Sun Protection Plan
If you live in San Antonio, you probably love the gorgeous sunny weather, in fact, that is probably why you live here. Compared to many other states, there is quite a bit of sun here. While that is a great thing for outdoor activities and fun in the sun, too much sun is not good for is your skin or your home furnishings. You may not realize what the sun is doing to your furniture and floors but you can be sure the furnishings in your home are drastically affected by the harmful UV rays of the sun just like your skin. It’s not just wood– any fabric, piece of furniture and/or artwork can become damaged and/or faded when sunlight. This is why, here in San Antonio, having window film applied to your home is a good investment for you, for your family and for your furnishings.
UV Protection For Your Furnishings With Window Film
Window film works by blocking 99% of UV rays. Stopping these harmful rays from penetrating into your home preserves the color of fabrics, carpets, and hardwood floors and helps protect fine antiques, woods, and works of art in your home. It also greatly retards the fading on drapes and bleaching of flooring. And don’t forget the greatest benefit of all: no more drawing the curtains in the middle of the day! After having window film applied to your San Antonio home, you can enjoy the view, without a glare, knowing your furnishings are safe from harm.
UV Protection For You And Your Family With Window film
UVA rays coming through your home windows don’t just do damage to your furnishings–they are very bad for your health of you and your family too. Not only do they cause damage to eyes and skin and contribute to premature aging–they are a proven cancer-causing agent. Since one out of five Americans develops skin cancer in their life, a good way to take preventative measures is to have window film applied to your home windows– where you spend most of your day. In fact, window tinting is recommended as a part of well rounded cancer-free skin regiment by doctors and the national cancer society.
For more information on how window film stops UV rays watch the video below: