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Static cling window film is a thin laminated material you can place on the glass inside your home to give it a frosted look. Static cling window film not only looks fantastic, but provides privacy and helps regulate the temperature in your home. It can also be attached, removed and re-used multiple times as necessary; unlike self-adhesive window film, static cling varieties also leave little to no residue behind.

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Aside from the aesthetic appeal, static cling frosted window film is a great DIY solution to common heating and cooling issues. The window frosting provides privacy and can trap heat during colder seasons. Static cling window film is a great option for summers as it can reduce external heat and keeps the room interiors cool.

Solar control tint window filmFrosted window filmStatic cling privacy window filmGive your home a new look and feel with our easy-to-apply frosted window film. Its unmatched strength and durability will not only last for years to come, but our outstanding designs are sure to be a hit with future guests. Contact us now to learn how we can help you transform your home.

Give your home a new look and feel with our easy-to-apply frosted window film. Its unmatched strength and durability will not only last for years to come, but our outstanding designs are sure to be a hit with future guests. Contact us now to learn how we can help you transform your home.

Yes. However, this will come down to proper preparation and application. We recommend using a squeegee to ensure the film is stuck down properly. And even if you decide to remove your static cling window film, our products are easily removable and leave no traces or marks.

The idea behind using insulating film for your windows follows the concept of double glazed windows. You install a sheet of special plastic film, which you can purchase in most hardware stores, to your window pane. You measure your window glass, cut the film to size and apply it to the glass.

For an even cheaper DIY option, some people apply cling film to the windows, and then seal it with tape or the heat of a hair dryer. If you purchase your window film, there are both exterior window insulation film products and plastic film products that you can apply to the inner pane.

This makes using film more appropriate for windows that are relatively out of sight such as a closet or backroom. However, these are probably not the areas where you are most concerned about heat loss or heat gain, as you can simply shut the door to these unused spaces of your house.

And, they are the exact windows you can insulate, for a fraction of the cost of installing new double glazed windows, with retrofit double glazing. If you want the most impact on your energy bills and the comfort level of your home, but the least impact on your budget, there is a sensible solution, and it doesn't involve plastic.

By retrofitting the windows that matter the most, you can achieve the thermal insulation results you want for an affordable price. Instead of spending money on plastic film, you can use that money towards retrofitting some or all of your windows.

Our tinting window films come with a manufacturer's warranty for extra protection and peace of mind. We offer our products to consumers via an extensive network of local dealers who can help you choose the right film for your applications and perform fast and professional window film installation.

Both episodic and cumulative exposure to UV radiation are associated with an increased risk of skin cancer. Clear or tinted films and window covers on the side and rear windows of vehicles can provide protection by substantially reducing the amount of solar ultraviolet (UV) radiation that is transmitted through glass.

The need for window tinting on car and building glass should be considered with regard to the risks to the occupants. In general, UV radiation through the untinted windows of buildings poses little health risk to people unless they are spending extended periods of time close to windows that receive direct sun or have a severe photosensitive skin disorder. Those who spend a lot of time in vehicles (e.g. for occupations such as driving) should consider using sun protection to prevent harmful exposure to UV.

UV radiation levels inside a car vary depending on factors such as whether the side windows are open or closed and the position of the vehicle in relation to the sun. UV radiation levels are generally much lower inside the vehicle than outside in full sunlight[6].

Laminated glass, used for windscreens, and tempered glass, usually used for side and rear windows, both block UVB radiation[4][6]. However, UVA transmission depends on the type of glass. Laminated windscreens, made from a tough plastic layer bonded between two panes of glass, provide better protection against UV radiation compared with tempered glass, blocking about 98% of UVA radiation[6].

In comparison, tempered glass (which provides greater strength and reduces shattering, and is used for side and rear windows), allows the transmission of substantially more UVA radiation. However the amount transmitted can vary widely depending on the thickness and colour of the glass[4]. Estimates of UVA transmission through tempered glass range as high as 79%[6].

Clear or tinted films can reduce the amount of total UV radiation penetrating the tempered glass by over 99%[6]. Tinting is recommended for work vehicles where practicable. The general public should also consider the sun protective benefits of window tinting for their vehicle. Alternatively, fabric side window covers can provide shade and UV protection. These measures are often found to be useful in providing extra UV protection for children and babies travelling in the vehicle.The amount of protection varies with different products. Tints and covers are only effective in providing protection against UV radiation when windows are closed.

Film and tint applied to car windows must meet state and territory regulations. All states and territories in Australia stipulate a maximum darkness, known as the visible light transmission level (VLT) for the windscreen, and side and rear windows. Windscreens are not to be tinted as the minimum requirement for VLT is 75%. However, a tinted band (not more than 10% of the windscreen area) is permitted providing it is above the portion of the windscreen swept by the wipers and it does not intrude into the primary vision areas of the windscreen. The Window Film Association of Australia and New Zealand website has information on regulations.

UVA transmission through building glass is highly dependent on the type of glass. Laminated building glass reduces transmission of UVA completely, while tempered building glass and smooth annealed building glass can allow around 70% of UVA transmission[5]. Where windows are under deep eaves, verandas or awnings the transmission of UV radiation is reduced.

While tinting of windows in buildings can further reduce UV radiation transmission, the need for this should be weighed against the actual health risks to occupants. Generally, UV radiation through windows of buildings poses little risk to people unless they are spending extended periods of time close to a window that receives the direct sun or have a severe photosensitive skin disorder.

WFAANZ is the peak industry body for the Australian and New Zealand window film industries. Our members include window film installers and distributors. Established 30 years ago, WFAANZ is proudly independent and non-profit.

Summer heat, winter chill, shocking electricity bills, glare on the TV or fading timber floors are some of the problems window film solves. These WFAANZ videos explain how the right film can optimise the performance of your existing windows.

American Standard Window Film offers a full line of window films for the automotive, residential and commercial market at our new factory located in Las Vegas, Nevada. With our leadership team drawing from vast experience in window film manufacturing, the new machinery was customized for increased production efficiency, faster turnaround times and greater cleanliness resulting in superior product quality offered at a competitive price. One of the unique innovations that increase production efficiency is our inline three coating head with an automated rewind system. ASWF is the only manufacturer in the world with this type of system.

ASWF automotive films have excellent shrink characteristics and are designed to be installer friendly. ASWF also offers an extensive line of films for the architectural market, ranging from shatter protection, design film, and NFRC rated films. Click here to receive an automotive data pack, specifications and literature or a complete package of architectural film samples, brochures and specifications.

Black Armor Window films offer cost effective film solutions to provide to your valued customers. We have a full Automotive range with a standard, mid range & premium option designed for any budget and customer requirements.

Black Armor Classic is coated with a durable, scratch resistant coating so you can enjoy years of beautiful performance without constantly replacing your cars window film. Black Armor Classic is a carbon ceramic film that are designed not to fade or change in colour.

Black Armor Select ceramic is manufactured by the most technologically advanced window film manufacturing facility in the world. Black Armor Select ceramic offers you substantial heat and glare reduction with high infrared performance.

Black Armor Elite advanced Nano ceramic composition ensures your comfort and security and provides maximum heat rejection without the risk of interference to GPS and satellite navigation caused by traditional metal-based films.

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