7 Common Myths About Commercial Window Filmby Lizzy Halery American Window Film, Inc.
With the help of this article you will be able to know about the safety films and the most common myths associated with them.
When it comes to installing clear safety window film in commercial space, most owners wonder if it’s the right decision or not. That’s because of the common myths about commercial window film that most people are true. To bust those myths, here we have compiled a list to answer most myths commonly asked about safety window film.
There is only one type of safety film that can be installed
As every building is different, each owner has unique goals and different expectations. For this reason, there are plenty of appropriate recommendations that be considered as per needs and expertise. Even most installation companies offer test panels to allow you to determine the perfect fit based on energy analysis and other factors.
Safety window film doesn’t last a lifetime
Though it’s commonly believed the lifespan of clear safety window films isn’t much longer, it depends on standard usage, life expectancy, and warranty the difference depending on the type of window film. In general, commercial window film has a standard lifespan of 10 years or more. But some window films even last more than 20 years. In most cases, most window films last more than the warranty time period.
The installation of window film is time-consuming
The installation company provides you with a time frame after reviewing the scope of work and your property. In case, you want the job to be finished before the estimated time period, you can consult the window film company.
Installation of window film will disrupt the business
Most business owners worry about the installation as it may disturb employees and disrupt the workflow. To limit the distraction and disruption, most window film installation companies complete the installation after working hours and/or on weekends.
Window film may break the glass
Gone are the days of glass cracking at the time of installation. But now most companies consider the type of glass and shading condition before installation of the window film. Besides they ensure that the appropriate product is installed.
Window film case dual pan windows to fail or get foggy
Even after installation, the dual-pane is absolutely safe. In most cases, dual pane fails because of defective or weak seals. But the warranty for window films covers both glass and film replacement in case of failures.
Special cleaners are required to clean installed window films
Though for the first thirty days, you have to be extremely careful about the cleaning procedure because it’s a dry-out period, afterward you can use mild soapy water or alcohol-based cleaners to clean windows. However, most installation companies provide complete care and cleaning instructions.
These were some most common myths about safety window film that most people believe are true. Make sure to find the best commercial window film installation company to install the best Designer film.
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