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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.

 

 

  • Colored Window Film
  • Decorative Window Film
  • Privacy Window Film
  • Stained Glass Window Film

 

 

  • 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
The followings are some of the more popular window films designs that home owners love:

 

 

 

Window Coating

 

With window coating, you may apply it on any glass window or door for decoration, add privacy or filter out solar radiation

 

It is a brilliant choice to use vinyl films to coat your window. Window coating using adhesive-free films are by far the most convenient and popular choices among home owners to protect their windows and homes. Whereas home window film often conjures the image of dark glasses to block off solar ray and light in the past, this is no longer true.


There are many benefits of installing window glass films on your windows. Many of these vinyl films are UV rated, which means that they can filter out more than 90% of UV ray from the sun. UV ray is what causes your furniture and carpet to fade and by installing the window static films, you can easily prolong the life of your upholstery.

Window glass film not only protect your upholstery from UV ray, it also helps to keep the heat out during the summer. When you install window glass films, you also help to reduce the glare caused by the sun. You will have more pleasant experience while watching TV and when you look at your computer monitor. While heat is kept out of the house, you can still block unpleasant view by creative use of decorative window films.


During the summer, as heat is kept out of the house, you save on your electricity bill on your air conditioner. As light is still allowed into the house you save on your bills from the unnecessary use of lights. Previously, many home owners have been using blinds and curtains to keep heat out, but the UV ray will still cause the curtains to fade. Furthermore, when they draw the curtain and blinds, the entire house becomes very dark, and the only way to lighten up the house is by switching on more lights, which not only translates to higher electricity bills, but also generates more heat within the house too.




While window coatings using vinyl films help to keep the heat OUT during the summer, they help to keep the heat IN during the winter. Vinyl films have heat resistance property. The warmth and heat generated from our human body are well contained during the winter and is prevented from escaping to the cooler environment during the winter. Again, this helps to lower your electricity bill down from running the heater all time round.

There are many other uses of the vinyl films to coat your window. Some owners use privacy coating for windows to maintain privacy while at the same time allows natural lighting in. Today, there are many designs available for privacy window films. There is also the fully opaque version or the lite frost which is the semi-opaque version.

Conventionally, to install privacy window glass would means getting the shower door or the bathroom window glass to be frosted. Having a glass frosted is the same process of getting the glass sand-blasted through industrial process and this means replacing totally the shower door or the bathroom window.

Now you can use frosted glass films instead. If you do not like the conventional frosted glass films, you can also opt for etched glass window film. There are many types of etched glass film patterns to choose from. These includes the Allure Clear, the Aspen Clear, the Austin Privacy (a popular choice among home owners), the Chateau Privacy or the Eden Privacy. If you are for something modern, consider going for the Doral Clear or the Eden Accents. Other choices include the Everleaf Privacy, the Glass Block Privacy, the Monte Clear, the Naples Accents, Orlean Clear, the Pebble Clear, the Pebble Privacy, the Ritz Clear and the South Beach Clear.

If you are thinking of coating your glass doors, consider using the Tropical Oasis Clear Glass films. The theme of the films is based on tropical design and it is a very refreshing designs and that blends in well with the entire living room or whichever room that you are installing it. You can read more about the design of the film here: Tropical Oasis Window Film for Sliding Door.

Wanted something more fanciful to decorate your windows and glass doors? Why not consider using stained glass window films. With stain glass window films, you can get the effect of stained glass without actually getting your windows stained. There are also many different types of design that you can choose from for the stained glass effect. To get one of your window glass stained, consider getting those located at a location of attention, such as at the living hall or the dining hall.

You would not want to have the entire house windows coated with stained glass films, unless you want your house to look like a church. Stained glass window films were only popular on churches in the past, but in recent times, it had been gaining popularity among home owners. Try getting the centrepiece stained glass film with a specific artwork. During the day, you will enjoy the effect of an ordinary glass being transformed into a piece of art. At night, as your neighbours drive past your house, they will see the radiation of you house light through the stained glass, thus creating a wonderful piece of art to the outside.

Today, there are many choices for window glass film. Coating your glass windows with vinyl films is easier than you think. We suggest that you use adhesive-free window films as they are very easy to install and easy to remove too. You will only require the following basic tools – a squeegee, a spray bottle and a utility knife.

First, prepare a soapy solution by mixing window cleaning solution with water. Thoroughly clean the glass of your windows or door. You may need a scrapper to clean off any paint residue on the glasses. Then spray the glass wet with the soapy solution. Peel off the backing paper from the glass film. Place the glass film on the window or door and position it carefully. Use the squeegee to squeeze out all the water. You should spray the front side of the film with the soapy solution as it helps you to work better. Use the utility knife to trim off any excess film. You are done with installing the glass film.

You can see a detailed video and read a full step-by-step description on how to coat your window here: Window Film Installation.

To conclude, coating your window glass or glass doors with adhesive-free window films is not only easy but beneficial for your house. With the many choices of window film designs and patterns available, there is very little reasons why you should not have your windows coated.

 

 

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 21 May 2013 18:33
 

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