UV Window Film for Homes
Prevent fading and sun damage with UV window film for homes in Tennessee.
Your home is a large investment, and UV window film for your windows can help you protect that investment by preserving your home’s interior. UV ray exposure leads to fading, discoloration, and sun-damage for furniture, hardwood floors, art, photographs, and more. UV window film from ProTint Window Tinting blocks up to 99.9% of those damaging UV rays, protecting you and your interior from further sun damage.
Not only is UV film a great investment for protecting your home interior, but UV film also comes with all the great advantages that other window films offer, including glare and heat rejection. Protect your home from sun damage and create a more comfortable home with window film from ProTint Window Tinting in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
Reduce Interior Fading with UV Window Film
UV rays cause irreversible damage to your home’s interior, including walls, flooring, paintings, family photos, and furnishings. Leading to replacement costs for these items, fading is a costly concern for homeowners. Significantly reduce the need for replacing your interior furnishings by installing UV window film.
Apply UV protection window film to any window in your home and increase ultraviolet ray protection. Cover windows in a room that gets direct sunlight, a whole floor, or your entire home.
Keep Your Family Safe from Harmful UV Rays
Whether you are inside or outside, UV rays have damaging effects. The harmful effects of UV ray exposure include skin and eye damage, premature aging, and an increased risk of skin cancer. UV window film blocks up to 99.9% of harmful UV rays from entering through your windows, ensuring the highest level of coverage for you and your loved ones. Protect your family with UV protection window film.
Will UV Window Film Change the Look of My Home?
UV window film comes in a range of shades, giving you the option of choosing how dark of a film you want for your home. UV film shades range from dark to almost clear, with the same level of UV coverage, but varying levels of heat and glare rejection. You can opt for clear UV film that will give you 99.9% UV rejection, but won’t alter the outward appearance of your home.