How does window film block UV rays and solar energy?
Window tinting blocks UV rays by absorbing or reflecting them back towards the source. Most window films are made from polyethylene terephthalate (PET), a type of plastic that is highly resistant to UV radiation. The film is typically coated with a layer of metal or a metallic compound that reflects or absorbs UV radiation, depending on the specific type of film.
Block UV Radiation
UV radiation is a type of electromagnetic radiation that is emitted by the sun and is harmful to the skin. It can cause sunburn, skin cancer, and other skin problems. By blocking UV radiation, window tinting can help to protect the skin from these harmful effects.
Reduce Fading & Deterioration
In addition to protecting the skin, window tinting can also help to protect furniture and other household items from fading or deteriorating due to UV radiation. By blocking UV radiation, window tinting can help to preserve the color and condition of these items for a longer period of time.
Overall, window tinting is an effective way to block UV radiation and protect the skin and household items from its harmful effects.
Protect What Matters
Shield your interiors from harmful UV rays and fading with our protective window films. Preserve your furniture, artwork, and flooring while maintaining a comfortable atmosphere. Reach out to schedule an appointment and learn more about safeguarding your investments! Call our experts at (732) 410-5728 or request a quote online!