Here in San Antonio, the sun gets downright unbearable in the spring, summer, and even into the fall. This leaves some home and commercial space owners hankering for a solution but not sure where to start. As it happens, glare-reducing window film is something that will fix many of their woes and has a ton of benefits to it. And, as it stands many people don’t even realize glare-reducing window film is a thing. Others who have heard of it may think it is too niche of a film for their home or business. Nothing could be further from the truth! As it happens, glare-reducing window film is a ubiquitous film as beneficial for your San Antonio home as it is for your business.
Why Glare-reducing Window Film May Be an All-around Solution
- Privacy: Most glare-reducing window film comes with a slight reflective quality that during the day keeps the interiors of your home or office setting obscured. This new generation of film technology is not like the gaudy metallic films of old. Rather, today’s glare-reducing films are subtle, modern, and extremely attractive.
- Extended Furniture Life: Since glare-reducing window film blocks over 99% of UV rays beaming into your San Antonio home or commercial space, it keeps the artwork, furniture, and floors from being deteriorated quickly by the sun. An added benefit–it protects the people inside too from potentially life-threatening UV exposure.
- Reduction in Cooling Bills: Glare-reducing window film also reduces solar heat gain on windows. This means you won’t have to flip that A/C on as often or run it full blast all summer long.
- Increased Security: While by no means as strong as window films made for security purposes, glare-reducing window film does give a measure of protection. Glass stays adhered to this film when struck by a blow–making it hard to penetrate and unable to break into dangerous shards.
If you are considering window film for your San Antonio home or business, reach out to us to learn more about this lesser-known but just as powerful film to increase performance in your habitat.