Prevent Sun Damage & Fading
The damaging effects of the sun on our skin are well known. Not everyone knows that the sun’s UV rays can cause your home’s floors, furniture, curtains, as well as expensive artwork to fade as well. Has your home’s interior been affected by this? You can take the fade test to find out. Look for a rug in your home, peel back a corner, and if you see signs of fading, contact us to set up a consultation regarding UV protection window film in Salt Lake City.
Window film’s energy efficiency benefits are well known. In fact this is the main reason many homeowners decide to install window film. But in the end, many of our customers are pleasantly surprised when they find out that window film can also nearly double the life of their floors, furniture, and artwork with its UV fade protection benefits.
Protect Your Furniture, Health & Wallet
Installing UV protective window can’t completely block all of the sun’s UV rays that come through your windows. However, it can block 99% of the UV rays, as well as block a large portion of the summer heat. This means your home furnishings could last twice as long and you will save a significant amount of money on your cooling costs.
In addition to blocking 99% of the sun’s UV rays that enter your home, Vista window film can also protect your skin from the sun, without the constant need to reapply. In addition, it has the approval of the Skin Cancer Foundation.
UV Rays Are a Leading Cause of Fading
UV fade protection window film can block 99% of the sun’s harmful UV rays, slowing down the effects of fading by a factor of three. The top factors that contribute to fading include:
- Heat and Humidity
- Ultraviolet Light
- Visible Light
- Chemical Vapors
- Dye Fastness
- Age of Fabric
- Wear and tear that physically removes coloring