Window Film Can Be Functional AND Decorative
More and more people are using window film as a treatment for their windows. As we have mentioned elsewhere, window treatments include anything that goes in, on, over, or around a window.
Film for windows comes in a wide variety of designs. Some types have a specific amount of opacity and can resemble frosted glass or glass blocks, while others feature a stained glass design. The stained glass design might be anything from a religious theme to a depiction of wildlife or a scenic vista.
A common usage for home window films is to provide added privacy because many home window films allow light to enter but make it harder for people to peek in.
Some films are made to reflect/reduce ultraviolet light, which can sometimes cause damage to furniture, carpeting, and fabrics. Also, some films are made to help maintain a more comfortable temperature in a home.
Much of the time, applying film for windows is a do-it-yourself project that can be done with ease in a short period of time.
There are two main methods of applying window films. Some have an adhesive backing and others use static cling to stay in place.
Some films are pre-cut and others are cut-to-fit. Either way, there are enough options and designs available so that you can find exactly what you want.
In addition to the wide variety of designs and styles to meet any need, one of the best things about window film is the affordability. Also, film for windows makes an ideal window treatment for renters because it doesn’t require mounting hardware like most other types of treatments for windows.