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Mirror and Tinted Window Film

Do you often find that your living and work spaces become uncomfortably hot and bright? Our tinted and solar control window films offer a solution. We created these films to address the wide variety of issues that overexposure to the sun can cause in your home or office.

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Window Film Reduces Excess Heat, Glare, UV Light

  • Control UV, excess heat and glare
  • Apply directly to your existing panes
  • Durable with up to ten-year warranty on every window film
  • Easy to apply films, with detailed instructions, tools and video tutorials 
  • Available by the metre or cut to size
  • Save on air conditioning bills

Which is best? Reflective or tinted film?

Reflective films tend to be much more effective than tinted films at preventing excess heat. Thanks to their metalised coating, they reflect sunlight and heat away before they penetrate through the glass making the room uncomfortable. Tinted films are just as efficient when it comes to controlling excess glare, but without the reflective finish which is not always suitable for every type of property. Internally, both types of film will look very similar adding a grey blue tinge to the glass. Like sunglasses for your windows.

Can solar window film control excess heat?

In the summer and on sunny days, your windows allow a lot of infrared light to enter, which can make a room unbearably hot. Double glazed units also act as heat storage units by trapping the heat in.  Excess heat is uncomfortable to live with, affects productivity at work, and will lead to an increase in your heating and air conditioning bills. The concept of window film is to create a barrier, using reflection, nano ceramic and metalised finishes, but also by darkening the glass, to prevent the heat from going through the glass and being trapped in the room.
Purlfrost's range of heat rejection and window insulation film provide a suitable solution. Not only do they help prevent excess heat from entering a room, but they also act as an insulating layer which also helps saving on heating bills.

My furnishings are fading. Is there a solution?

 UV light is responsible for much of the long-term fading and damage to household items. Paintings, photographs and your furniture are all vulnerable to UV rays. Our UV protection anti-fading window film can protect some of your most valuable possessions. We're proud to say that Buckingham Palace has used our UV film, as well as numerous museums and retailers.

Excess glare is making it difficult to see the screen (TV or computer)

The excessive brightness of the sun can make your home or work environment very uncomfortable, and can cause a number of health issues, which range from headaches caused by sun glare to eye, and skin problems caused by UV light. Our tinted and reflective films block up to 99.5% of UV rays as well as reduce the excess visible light. These films come in a variety of grades and finishes to ensure that you get the ideal amount of light in your home or office.

Our conservatory is too hot!

Conservatories are a great addition to a home but can quickly become unused in the summer as they become to hot. Please click here further information about which window film option are available for your conservatory roof and windows.

Do you offer an installation service?

Yes we do. Our team of installers can apply any film for a home, business or office, including conservatory roofs. Our service covers Central and Greater London, as well as most of the South east. Reach out to us via our contact form and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.


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