Maximum Artificial Turf Protection With A Residential Turf Guard Window Film
Artificial turf is a beautiful way to transform the appearance of your yard. People who live in hot, dry areas where natural grass is difficult to maintain often choose artificial turf.
Artificial turf can, however, run into problems that natural grass does not. The biggest challenge is that it melts at high temperatures.
HOW A TURF WINDOW FILM PREVENTS MELTING
Windows can direct sunlight directly onto artificial turf, which usually causes it to heat up twice as much as it would otherwise. Second-story windows can reflect the light at an angle that artificial turf cannot tolerate.
A residential turf guard window film prevents light and heat from reflecting glass. Instead, the light is absorbed by the shade. It also helps with thermal regulation by keeping your home cooler inside.
Consider installing window film on any window panes that have a view of your yard. Tint Solutions offers excellent window film installation performed by experienced technicians. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us for a quote.
Benefits of Window Film For Turf Protection
However, these aren’t the only advantages of installing window film. There are several other reasons to use window film to protect turf that will assist you in protecting both the inside and outside of your estate.
Professionally tinted windows will keep more of their power inside since they don’t overheat in the sun and don’t lose as much air conditioning. As a result, you can keep your heat inside during the cold season and outside during the warmer months. Due to this, window films are popular among people who want to save money on their monthly energy bills without investing in expensive equipment.
Artwork, rugs, couches, carpets, wood, and other surfaces in your home can be shielded by window film. A high-quality window film is an effective way to keep your furniture from fading prematurely. A window film can prevent up to 99 percent of UV and infrared rays from the sun.
Reduced Indoor UV Exposure
Even if you’re indoors, opening your windows exposes you to the sun’s UV rays. Window film can help shield you from sun damage, making it essential for people who are more prone to getting sunburned or having adverse reactions to the sun.
Additionally, catastrophes such as strong winds or tornadoes that can fling objects through glass are protected by security film. Other natural disasters, such as fires and earthquakes, can destroy windows. The glass can be broken but not shattered with window film, allowing those attempting to flee to do so safely.
As previously stated, this keeps the sun from heating your artificial turf. When the glare isn’t making it impossible to see the television, it’s a lot easier to relax at home.
It serves as a solution for homeowners who want more privacy in their homes, especially if they live in the suburbs where there’s a lot of foot traffic.
TYPES OF WINDOW FILM
We provide numerous window tinting solutions that address your home window needs, including: