Frequently Asked Questions

» What is Window Film?

Window film is a micro-thin polyester material, which gives you plenty of sunlight with less of the sun’s heat and UV rays. Applied to the interior of your windows, the film is an invisible “solar shield” that can reject over 80% of the sun’s heat. In summer, your home is cooler and more comfortable, so you save on energy bills. In winter, films contain heat for year-round comfort.

» Will it stop my furnishings from fading?

Actually nothing will completely stop colors from fading. However, the new Panorama window films stop over 98% of the damaging Ultraviolet rays. This will slow down the fading process and help prolong the life of your furniture, hardwood floors, drapes, and other sensitive home furnishings.

» Is window film expensive?

No, the average installation costs less than most other window treatments. In fact, your window film will return your investment quickly through reduced utility costs and increased longevity of your interior furnishings.

» Will it reduce heat coming in through windows?

Yes, window films stop up to 89% of the heat from entering your home.

» Will it help me see my television/computer?

Yes, window films greatly reduce glare caused by sunlight on televisions and computers.

» Is film hard to clean?

No, window film is almost maintenance-free! It has a scratch-resistant coating and can be cleaned with any home cleaning products.

» How long will my film last?

Your film is made with a process called sputtering whereby metal is mixed with polyester to create a high-performance film that is warranted for as long as you own your home. The Sunlight Solutions warranty includes both labor and material.

» Will it work at night?

All window films work on the same basic principle: Where light is most intense, is the reflective side. This is why mirrored office buildings can be seen at nighttime so easily. The Panorama line is the only film series that does not have the nighttime reflectivity of conventional films.

» Is window film safe for dual pane or insulated low e glass windows?

Yes, Sunlight Solutions’ entire line of window films is thermal safe and made specifically for these windows.

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