How Does Window Film Work?


Window film is applied to the interior surface of a window. Particles in the film, usually consisting of metal, reflect much of the sun’s radiation. Infra-red radiation, heat energy is reflected. 99% of Ultra Violet radiation, responsible for furniture fade, is blocked.

By letting in natural light without the associated heat, you can reduce your air-conditioning and other cooling costs during the summer.


In Winter, Window film prevents some of the heat energy generated from inside sources from escaping, helping to reduce your energy costs.

Security Film

Safety and Security films are applied to the exterior and interior surfaces of a window. The film’s adhesive helps keep the glass pieces together in the event of strong impact, where it would otherwise shatter.