FAQs about Residential Window Film
Posted in Blog, on November 23, 2017 By Admin
Installing security or safety window film in your home is a great way to make your home that much more secure. It will improve your peace of mind, knowing that you're protected from nearly all threats, be they intentional attempts to break in by intruders or accidental damage caused by severe weather or other hazards. Here at Window Armour, we've heard just about every question you might have about our window films. Here are some of the most common – and our answers.
How do I choose the best window film for my property?
Your specific window film needs will depend on your specific set of circumstances. Window Armour will work with you in a free consultation, helping determine the specific issues you're facing and recommending the best combination of security, features and value to meet your exact needs.
Who should install my new window film?
While you may see advertisements for DIY window film installation, we highly recommend having a professional do the work for you. Incorrectly or improperly installed window film will not provide the same level of security protection, nor will it last as long as properly installed film. Window Armour's experts will ensure that the film adheres to your window glass properly, and guarantee it will last for many years to come.
What types of window film are available?
Window Armour offers a wide range of safety and security window films, manufactured to the highest standards and are designed to withstand a variety of threats. We also offer the same level of protection for glass doors, which are just as vulnerable to the same sorts of attacks. Not only do our window films come in various levels of security, protecting against successfully higher levels of damage, but we also offer privacy and UV-resistant window film options. These privacy window films are reflective on the outside, maximizing heat rejection and preventing people from outside the home from looking in. At the same time, however, they have a low interior reflectance, which maintains your views from the outside – it’s like having a one-way mirror on your windows.