Using adhesive free window films is the best way to decorate, add privacy and to make your home more energy efficient the DIY way. It is easy to apply and can be used on any glass windows, doors and even on your cabinets.
- Use as a privacy film and security film for any window
- 95% UV blocking capability
- Makes good heat insulation for the entire home to save on energy
- Opaque window film blocks off or obscure unpleasant view
- Self adhesive window film - you do not need to mess around with any form of adhesive
- Static cling window film can adhere to any smooth glass surface
- Great products for DIY window treatments that can be installed in minutes
- Removable window film allows storage or usage on other windows
- Diffuses glare
- Can withstand heat and moisture - use as privacy window film on bathroom windows and shower doors
- May be easily trimmed to fit any window or door size, or customize
- 3-year limited warranty
- Made in the USA
- Shipping to USA, Canada and selected parts of the world
There are many functions of installing window clings for a building. Using them as decorative films is one of the most common usage and this is made popular with many types of glass films that can be self installed without the need to engage any professionals. Unlike in olden days when window tinting comes in only dark color, nowadays, window films come in many bright and cheerful color and design. You can easily find many patterns that match your design motif and intention.
Window decorative film is made of vinyl and they are long-lasting. If you are putting them up to decorate a glass window or door on your own, you should go for the self-adhesive type. Self adhesive window films stick to glass windows through static action without any form of adhesive. You will need very simple tools such as a squeegee, a spray bottle and a utility knife to put them up. Putting them up on a typical size windows will take approximately fifteen minutes.
With many designs to choose from, decorative film for windows is the easiest way to transform and clear glass to beautiful glasses. Moreover, with the latest manufacturing technology, glass decorative film does not look "fake" or "cheap" at all. On the other had, it is difficult to tell if a piece of glass has been installed with glass film. Not only home owners are using it, even professionals such as interior designer and architects are now commonly specifying some glass to be applied with window films.
Decorative film for glass is also frequently used on glass doors. They are now one of the best window treatments for sliding glass doors. There are plenty of designs that go well with glass doors. If you are using decorating film for glass doors, you would probably need to look for merchandiser that sell them in large dimensions. It is not advisable to join two smaller piece together even if the films come in straight edges. You may end up with some noticeable gaps between the films.
Depending on what effect you want, some have found installing tropical leaf patterns on their sliding glass doors look great. There are designs that are suitable for sliding doors, patio doors or side look-outs. One of the best way to find suitable glass films that suit your house is to look at product catalog that is available from the Product section of this website.
Other than for decoration purpose, there are many added benefits of installing decorative film for glass windows. As window films are capable to filter out infra-red ray and ultra-violet ray, they make your house more energy efficient and helps to protect the upholstery in your house from fading in color. Some are also finding them to be the perfect answer to their questions on how to frost glass windows, either as a temporary or permanent feature.
Most of the window film merchandisers are able to provide a product warranty of at least 3 years although the product will usually able to last twice as long as its warranty. It is also easy to redecorate any glass with the decorative window films installed as it can be peeled off easily enough to be kept or re-used on other windows.
|Last Updated on Friday, 17 August 2012 17:57|