A. To help solve problems, make you feel comfortable, and help with fading, glare, and damage to furniture.
A. Film is necessary because it helps protect the other window treatments.
A. Window film will not darken the interior of the house.
A. The film will help reduce heat up to 65%.
A. Film does not change the colors of the furniture, fabrics or accessories.
A. The window film will hold the window in place to help protect injury from the flying glass.
A. Most window films come with a lifetime warranty against cracking peeling, adhesive failure, or delaminating.
A. Window film is professionally installed on the interior side of the window.
A. All the films we install have a coating on top of the film that is scratch resistant.
A. Do not clean the film sooner than 30 days after installation. No abrasive cleanser should be used when cleaning. Use 1/2 ounce of liquid dish soap added to 1 quart of fresh water. Use a soft cloth or clean synthetic sponge for washing the window film. We recommended Bounty brand paper towels for softness and the least amount of lint.
A. It does not compete with other window treatments. The customer can also enjoy the natural sun light during the day light, protecting the interior of the home and building.
A. Interior designers often recommend window films to help their clients with protection.
A. Cold and non-sunny weather conditions can lengthen the dry-out time. Warm weather and direct sun light exposure will shorten the dry-out time. If slow drying occurs, do not be alarmed.
A. If you have small bubbles in your film do not touch or try to get them out. The bubbles are most likely water bubbles. The trapped moisture will dry out completely. It may take longer if you have safety and security film installed due to increased thickness of the film.
A. Dry-out can vary from a few days to as much as 6 months.
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