Solar Art installed solar film to a home in San Francisco, California! The customer is having an issue with one window in their house. There is a large glass window in the eating area of their kitchen. The homeowner loves it because while they are eating they have beautiful views of San Francisco, which is pretty rare. They love how much natural light the window lets in and how open it makes the room feel. However, the window also lets in a lot of heat and a lot of glare. The heat makes the room really uncomfortable and the homeowners don’t enjoy eating or spending time in the room. The glare reflects off of glasses and utensils on the table and is extremely uncomfortable. Just like a lot of other homeowners we have talked about, this one wasn’t interested in blinds or shades for this window. They wanted to keep the natural light and wanted to keep their views, but get rid of the heat and glare as best as possible. They had a friend who installed window film for similar reasons, so they did research on window film companies near them. They found Solar Art’s website and decided to reach out for a free window film quote!
Our sales representative met the homeowner at their home to talk through the different issues they are having and to try and find the best solution for them and their home. Our sales representative talked to the homeowner about all the different kinds of window films that are on the market and the benefits each of them offer. Since the homeowner was having issues with heat and glare but still wanted to be able to see out of the window, our sales representative suggested solar film. With solar film, you have a bunch of different options you can choose from. Our sales representative showed the homeowner different samples so they could hold it up to their glass to get a feel of what it would look like. After seeing the different options and learning about the benefits, the homeowner liked 3M Night Vision 35 the most. This is a type of solar film that is also a heat blocking window film and glare blocking window film. It blocks 51% of heat, 59% of glare and 99% of UVA and UVB rays. This will make the room more comfortable temperature wise and should stop the glare from reflecting off of things on the kitchen table. This solar film has a warm natural hue to it and has low interior and exterior reflectivity. What this means is the customer’s views won’t be compromised at all. Since this is a neutral solar film it also isn’t going to drastically change the aesthetics of the home. What this means is the customer can only apply it to this one window and it won’t make the rest of the widows in the home look off. In addition to solar film, Solar Art also services decorative window film, custom graphics, anti graffiti film, window security film and building wraps throughout the entire West Coast. If you are interested in getting solar film installed to your home, give us a call today, we would love to hear from you!
Solar film is a great way to reduce heat and reduce glare in your home without having to compromise natural light or views. Contact Solar Art today for a free quote!