The effect that ultraviolet (UV) rays have on interior furnishings, including artworks, carpets and furniture, can be devastating. With window tinting products rejecting as much as 99.9 percent of harmful UV rays that would otherwise enter your home, tinting your windows can increase the lifespan of your interior furnishings, saving you money and protecting the things you love.
Sunlight, UV and Your Home
A home with tinted windows doesn’t mean a dark, gloomy home in which the sun is unable to enter, as window tinting still allows the sunlight indoors, but without the harmful UV rays that accelerate the ageing of carpets, curtains, works of art and, of course, your skin. By applying a window tinting film to the windows (and sliding doors) of your home, you can block around 99 percent of the UV rays that pass through your windows, keeping your interior furnishings looking newer for longer.
How Does Window Tinting Work?
Window tinting works by rejecting ultraviolet (UV) radiation and selectively allowing infrared and visible light to enter through the windows. There are many window film types that can be applied to windows, with some varieties rejecting more UV or heat, or reducing glare, than others. This means that window films have been constructed to provide independent regulation of these factors depending on the needs of the homeowner.
Most window tinting films deliver around 99 percent UV rejection, with glare reduction and heat rejection ranging anywhere from 10 – 83 percent. At Rayban Window Tinting, we have a wide range of window tinting films to ensure that homeowners’ requirements are met.
Protecting Your Home Interior with Window Tinting
Window tinting can help to protect your home’s interior by reducing the infrared, visible light, and ultraviolet radiation that would otherwise enter your home. Ultraviolet light/radiation is the greatest contributor to the fading of interior furnishings (40 percent), though infrared radiation (IR) and visible light also contribute about 25 percent. The remainder is comprised of artificial light, humidity and heat (around 10 percent), as well as the forces of ageing which depend on product quality, materials, workmanship and other factors.
As UV radiation is the greatest contributor to the fading of interior furnishings and our window tinting films block up to 99 percent of the ultraviolet radiation that enters the home, all the window tinting solutions that Rayban Window Tinting delivers will help you to protect your home’s interior.
This means you can select a window tinting film product from our high-tech wide range, including our popular night, neutral and reflective series, with complete confidence. However, you’re advised to discuss your window tinting needs with one of our friendly specialists to ensure you select the right window film for the requirements of your home, enabling you to enjoy superb heat rejection and glare reduction in addition to protecting your interior furnishings from harmful ultraviolet rays.