Heat rejection window film is designed to reduce heat gain whilst allowing plenty of natural light through. Ideal for your home, office or retail outlet, you can purchase our films by the meter or cut to size. Our SER-50 is the most efficient and has a very slight blue tinge, the HRF-40 has a slight "Champagne" colouring.Read More
Our heat rejection films are ideal for your home, office or retail outlet, and can be applied directly on any smooth glass surface. Window film is truly revolutionary as it enhances your comfort for a fraction of the cost of curtains and blinds, whilst still allowing you to see out, with little loss of natural light.
Heat gain, also known as greenhouse effect, is what makes your home or office too hot on sunny days. Once sunlight goes through the glass and gets in contact with carpets, furniture and other objects, it is converted to long-wave infrared radiation which is unable to escape back through the glass, therefore creating and trapping heat inside the room.
Heat rejection films have layers of thin particles and material, which act in a spectrally selective way, mainly by targeting short wave infrared (SWIR) components of the light spectrum, preventing the heat gain cycle from taking place, and therefore making your room cooler.
Yes, but to target excess glare, you will have to sacrifcie visible light transmission by tinting the glass. Here are a few options:
Every case is different but even a few degrees difference will make for big savings, especially in buildings with large windows. Solar and heat control window films will also help with your heating bills by keeping some of the heat that would otherwise escape through the glass.
Most solar control tints are made of layers of different materials and fine metal particles, which are bonded together. This is what makes residential and commercial films different to car tints, as car tints are usually just single layered dyed films. Typical composition is as follows:
Window film is a self adhesive material applied using a soapy water solution and a squeegee, making bubbles a thing of the past. Please click here to view our installation tutorials.
Yes we do. Our team of installers can be deployed anywhere within the M25 and bordering counties. For our window film installation service, please contact us with a few details regarding the work involved, and a member of our team will get back to you.
Absolutely. You will need a spray bottle and some soapy water, and as wide a glass scraper as you can get. Click here to view our range of window film installation and removal tools
How do I clean heat rejection film?
Just clean with soapy water and a squeegee, that's all. Do not use anything abrasive on the film or it will scratch it.
Wait 4 weeks after installation before you clean the film.
Most of our heat rejection films come with a 10 year warranty, but will last much longer in the right conditions. External films have a lower warranty. Please check the product's detail.