What added value do you get from installing solar control film?

If you are wondering how a window film can help improve your quality of life and how you can also save energy and costs, we will answer this question below. You are sure to find solutions for your glass or windows here.

Technically speaking, self-adhesive window films are PET films with a pressure-sensitive adhesive on one side. The specialisation of the respective film, for example sun protection, privacy protection or burglary protection, is determined by its individual film structure.

From car tinting film to Architectural film - protective films have a lot of added value to offer and can be used in many different ways. As a rule, wrapping gives you one or more additional protective functions at no extra cost!

Energy saving - heat protection - cold protection

A solar control film helps to reduce or keep room temperatures low in summer and improves the indoor climate. In winter, the protection is reversed, the heat remains in the house - the cold outside, so energy costs / heating costs can be reduced by using a window film.

UV protection films

As our glass films are equipped with a UV filter, which generally filters up to 99% of dangerous UV rays, these films offer considerable protection against harmful UV rays, regardless of whether they are tinted or mirrored.

Fade protection

At the same time, the UV filter also protects your interior - it minimises the fading of colours, carpets and paintings and preserves the value of your interior.

Glare protection - Architectural film interior installation or Architectural film exterior installation

Good glare protection is particularly useful in office buildings to avoid annoying reflections at computer workstations and to ensure a pleasant indoor climate for employees. You don't have to do without this option when travelling either; our car tinting film offers passengers effective glare protection while driving, helping you to arrive at your destination more relaxed.</p

Vision-blocking films - preserving privacy

Films that contain a tint reduce or prevent unwanted views through the window into the interior. There are also glass films that are completely opaque, such as frosted glass film, which prevents a view through but does not darken the room, or only slightly. A white frosted glass film, for example, provides a very pleasant light in the room thanks to its light diffusion.</p

Burglary protection - shatter protection with security films

Sun-blocking films can also serve as your invisible security guard for private and commercial buildings. Use security films to retrofit the glass surfaces of your building against unwanted intruders and benefit from shatter protection at the same time. In the event of glass breakage, the glass splinters are still held in the window frame and do not pose a risk of injury. As it is no longer possible to break in easily and quickly, attempts to break in are usually stopped quickly. In the event of an accident, laminated car windows also protect against flying glass splinters.</p

Anti-graffiti films - protection against vandalism

An anti-graffiti film provides protection against wilful damage caused by graffiti or other soiling and also offers UV protection. The transparent films can be easily and inexpensively replaced after damage by simply peeling them off and replacing them with new ones.</p

As you can see, glass films are very versatile and have become indispensable in today's world. They protect us from the harmful effects of the sun's rays and can improve your well-being at home, in the office and when travelling.

A sun protection film contributes to your safety and health, maintains the value of your property or goods and offers a customised look - according to your wishes or taste!