Window Film in the Winter!
Thankfully in Arizona we don’t have to deal with the Midwest Winters! As a Minnesota native, I truly do not miss the cold, snow, or cloudy days!
My house will be cold if I have window film on my windows!
1. During the “coldest” part of the day in Arizona, which is generally overnight and in the morning, the sun is not directly shinning into your home which means that window film is not the cause of a cooler home.
2. The sun’s angle is lower in the Winter than the Summer which means more sunlight is entering your home. How does window film help? Window film blocks out 99% of UV rays, which helps reduce fading of your furnishings and window treatments.
3. Our EnerLogic (Low-E) film not only blocks the heat in the summer, but also keeps your radiant heat in your house in the Winter. If you do turn on your heat in the Winter, the heat will remain in your home instead of escaping through your windows.
My house will be too dark with window film
Although there are dark window films, there are also lighter window films. We have 3 different types of film: LLumar (metalized), Vista (ceramic), and EnerLogic (Low-E). There is a perfect film for you that satisfies your needs and will make you comfortable in your home.
The pictures above our just a few of our more popular residential window films that people choose depending on their overall priorities.
All of my windows have to have window film
If using EnerLogic, we do suggest applying the film to all of your windows. This is because this film offers all of the benefits of Low-E Glass, which includes not only blocking direct heat from the sun, but also blocking infrared light (aka heat energy) which means heat radiates off of warm objects that are transferred through the glass.
Mix and Match — absolutely. If you have a room that is really hot and want a darker film placed in that room and a lighter in another room – no problem, we can mix and match the film as you wish.
Window Film will break my windows!
First – work with a reputable dealer who KNOWS window film. Never put auto film on your home windows because they are made differently.
Second – window film should NEVER have an absorption rate of over 50% (your salesperson should know this) for dual pane windows as this could cause the glass to break. Have single pane windows? You can use any type of architectural film and be assured that your windows will be safe.
Third – some glass is made improperly due to the manufacturing process. Window film can pick out weak panes; however this is very uncommon.
Fourth – Work with a REPUTABLE DEALER! We have been in the industry for over 26 years and would NEVER sell a product to a customer that was not safe for their windows!