For external fitting where internal film cannot be fitted. Very popular on wood finish or brown frames where solar heat gain and glare is a problem.
Once fitted it looks like state of the art bronze solar glass and the clarity of the view is not altered in any way apart from a tint appearance.
It will save up to 30% of energy costs where air conditioning is in use.
A popular film that is used in commercial and domestic properties including conservatories, sunrooms and office or classroom windows. This strong bronze grade film will offer one way privacy wherever the light is greater. For example, if fitted to an all external glazing on a room you will be able to see out but no one will see in. The bronze mirror is created wherever the light is greater. During daylight hours the mirror is on the external face so you can see out, at night if the lights are on people will see in. The internal face will have a silver mirror only visible at night! Why have a room with a view and close the blinds all summer!
The Film will also offer the following benefits:
Glare Reduction: 82%
Solar Heat Gain Reduction: 75%
Harmful UV Reduction: 99%
Guaranteed 3 years if external fitting instructions are followed
Because professionally fitted window film should always be trimmed during fitting, when measuring your panes for our pre-cut to size service, there is no need to allow extra for trimming as we always supply slightly oversized free of charge. All orders are pre-cut from a master roll which ensures high quality inspection of the film surface. Pre-cut orders cannot be returned or cancelled once the order has been cut. All panes larger than 1524 x 1524 mm will be supplied in 2 pieces due to the maximum roll width of 1524 mm. This is a standard fitting method within our industry. We will contact you for your choice of size preference for each piece for larger panes. Please ensure that the film is fitted within 14 days of delivery.
Easily fitted DIY in minutes! Why not watch our 3 Minute Video on our home page of film being fitted, the technique is the same for all films!