Add privacy and style to your home or business windows with our Decorative Window Film. It will add a color or pattern to any glass surface, as well as keeping prying eyes from peeking through windows that they shouldn’t be!
By using our tinting window film, you can help to improve the appearance of your home, as well as adding privacy by obscuring vision through glass, but without losing the natural sunlight. There is practically no maintenance needed, and is an excellent alternative to using blinds or curtains that can get dirty or dusty. We have a wide range of decorative window film, with varying levels of privacy and light reduction.
Our decorative tinting window film:
- Can improve the appearance of your home.
- Usually block 99% of UV rays (depending on the choice of film).
- Has a three-year warranty from the manufacturer against fading, peeling and cracking.
- Can be used to obscure the view into your office or home.
- Can add a level of protection to your windows, holding glass together if broken accidentally.
- Is removable, without damaging the glass, if you want to change a room’s appearance in a few years.
Our Decorative Film Patterns
You can choose from hundreds of decorative window film patterns, so you can choose the pattern that best fits your personal taste, needs and home decor. Most of the films are 36″ wide, with some available in 48″ wide & 60″ wide. Please contact us for details.
Frequently Asked Questions
When would I think about installing decorative film?
If you are looking for daytime or nighttime privacy but don’t want to reduce natural light levels, a decorative window film is for you. It works perfectly in both domestic and commercial settings, including banks, restaurants, health clubs, hotel foyers, conference rooms and in office partitioning. Businesses are increasingly using glass walls as an internal partitioning as this brings natural light into offices creating greater work productivity, as well as the illusion of more space. So by applying a decorative film to the glass walls you are allowing light to come in, whilst still offering privacy. Residential applications include bathrooms, entry doors and sidelights, and work on the same premise.
How do I look after my windows, after having window tint installed?
You first need to leave it for 30 days, and then just clean your windows as you normally would. It is advised to use a window cleaning solution and a soft, lint-free cloth. Don’t use abrasive materials that could scratch or damage the film, and if possible use non-ammonia based window cleaners.
How long will my decorative film last?
This depends on where the window is situated and in what type of environment, as well as where are you living, but 3-5 years is normal. When it is not in direct sunlight, or exposed to excessive U.V. rays, our decorative films can last for over 10 years.
How long will it take for my decorative film to “dry”?
Depending on weather conditions and the film type, it can take up to 30 -45 days for the film to fully dry and cure. Whilst it is drying and curing, you may notice small water bubbles and/or a hazy appearance in the film. Don’t worry though, this is normal and will disappear over time. Once completely dry, your window film will be virtually unnoticeable and will look as if the glass originally had your chosen pattern/style for many years.
Will my decorative window film block UV rays and prevent fading?
The decorative film is made specifically for decoration and privacy. There are different causes for fading, such as different light rays and heat and our decorative films do not reduce all of them significantly. However, certain decorative films do have qualities that block UV rays, so when you are choosing your pattern, please let us know if UV blocking is important to you.
Will my film fade and bubble?
Over 3-5 years, you may notice a change in the coloring of your decorative film. Fading will occur over time as is normal with anything that is exposed to the suns heat and light for any amount of time.
Can a decorative film be installed on my shower door?
Yes- but it is recommended that the film is installed on the outside of the door, and it must be on a flat glass surface.
Does decorative film give privacy during the daytime & nighttime?
Almost all of our films provide privacy during the night, as well as the day and the level of privacy vary according to which film you choose. If you have any questions about the level of privacy a film provides, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
How would my window film be installed?
Window film is professionally installed by our well-trained and experienced installers. Most decorative films are designed to be installed on the inside of your windows or glass doors.
The first step is the preparation, which includes cleaning the windows thoroughly as well as the immediate surrounding workspace – this could mean that furniture needs to be removed, window treatments removed or protecting the flooring below.
Then the film is sprayed with a special mounting solution which will allow it to be properly positioned on the glass. Using professional tools and techniques, we will then form the film to the glass and trim the edges of the film for a perfect fit. To complete the process, we use a final squeegee technique to ensure that the film is in place.
Can decorative film be removed?
Yes. This of course is a great advantage, especially to those renting a property, and most landlords do not object to their tenants’ installation of film when they find out that the product can be removed. Removal is easy – just peel away the film from a corner and pull it away from the glass. Any adhesive that is left on the glass can be removed with soapy water and razor blade or other sharp edge.