Reduce Heat From Windows With The Leading External Reflective Window Film

by Liz Seyi Digital marketing manager

Being able to control the extent to which the inside of your organisation’s buildings heat up during warm weather is a godsend in more ways than one. It can certainly help to keep the users of your premises comfortable, and therefore productive, throughout the day. Moreover, when your windows reject heat gain, you won’t need to spend so much on air conditioning inside.

This is why it is often best to Reduce Heat From Windows, rather than allow the heat into the building and then attempt to lessen it with some form of mechanical cooling. Window film can be an excellent solution for this, but you will still have another key decision to make before you can start narrowing down specific options.

Internal or external application?

It may seem logical to purchase window film that is designed to be applied from the inside, rather than a solution that has been conceived with exterior application in mind. After all, an external Window Film will not remain in the same impeccable condition for as long as an internal film does, unless it incorporates additional UV barriers to protect against sun-related degradation, as well as a strong waterproof adhesive that can stand up to the inevitable rain.

However, it is also possible that your organisation cannot access the inside of its windows to be able to apply internal window film – or your glazing may be of a type of glass that renders internal window films unsuitable. Examples of the latter may include some double or triple glazing, as well as laminated, Georgian-wired or heavy tinted glass.

An extensive selection of acclaimed reflective films

While we can bring organisations like yours many well-regarded forms of external film to reduce heat from windows – including low mirror films with a neutral tinted appearance – it is our reflective films that are often especially sought-after on account of the remarkable performance they deliver.

Such films include External Grey/Silver 10 (SO-10RGS-iSR), which is a 60-micron film that rejects 85% of total solar energy, and External Silver 20 (SO-20RS-eSR-4), which can be specified with a four or seven-year warranty. External Silver 35 (SO-35RS-eSR) is another well-regarded product, enabling vision through the glass both ways while still providing good solar heat and glare rejection.

All in all, we are delighted here at Stockfilms to be able to supply a broad range of options for those looking to reduce heat from windows with Automotive Window Films. We have solutions available to suit a wealth of practical requirements and budgets, so don’t hesitate to call our team for a quote for any of them, by calling 020 8441 0449.

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About Liz Seyi Magnate I   Digital marketing manager

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