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HEAT, glare & uv rejection

There are many benefits of high-quality Window Film for your home. It can reduce up to 85% of the heat from the sun, give 99% rejection of ultraviolet light and reduce 95% of the glare. Window films also offer complete privacy during the day. Films come in varying degrees of light transmission so you can pick the one that best meets your individual needs. By installing window film in your home you can also enjoy up to 15 degrees of saved temperature from the film itself which translates into energy cost savings on air conditioning.


The percentage of glare reduction is usually related to the visible light transmittance. The lower the amount of light transmitted through the film, the greater the glare reduction inside the home. While a darker film can offer more glare reduction and privacy, a clearer film offers a more natural view from the window. Darker films can also have higher values for reflectivity. Reflectivity can be beneficial when reflecting the sunlight, but can be less desirable when the view out of your windows at night includes a shadowed version of the room's interior.

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Along with heat reduction, window film can also help you protect your investments. Curtains, furniture, and even flooring can fall victim to the effects of the sun. One of the leading culprits in fading your valuables is ultraviolet light. To keep those home furnishings and decorations looking their best, a window film with a high percentage of ultraviolet (UV) light rejection would be a good choice. Many films can now block almost 99% of the sun's UV rays. UV light doesn’t only fade your furniture, but too much of it can affect your health. UV rays are the reason for sunburns and are also seen as one of the risk factors for cancer.


protect your investments uv rays

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protect your investments

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Some window films offer another benefit in the area of safety: shatter resistance. The film's shatter resistance comes from its ability to hold glass shards together and act as a barrier between the interior of the home and the glass.



  • Protects against broken glass hazards – accidents, forced entry, extreme weather, seismic activity, industrial and bomb blast (7 mil thick films or greater)

  • Blocks 98% or more of harmful UV rays – minimizes UV health risks to skin and eyes and reduces fading of furniture, wood floors/rugs, and paintings

  • Rejects Heat – Solar control shades help to balance hot spots and reduce heat gain

  • CST™ Scratch-Resistant Hard-coat – long-lasting durability, protection, and clarity

  • Backed by Johnson Window Films' Comprehensive Manufacturer's Warranty Program

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