Glare Control with Panorama Window Film

Residential Glare Control

It’s like having sunglasses for your home!

In the Pacific Northwest, we know there are certain items that one must carry outside at all times, especially during those winter months. A warm, waterproof jacket, something to cover the head — and sunglasses. That’s because the weather can change from moment to moment, sometimes going from dark and brooding to bright sunshine and back in a matter of minutes.

Inside the home, it’s different: we’re already warm, dry, and protected from the elements. But the glare from the sunlight (even when it’s hidden behind clouds) can make for an uncomfortable experience. Having big picture windows that bathe the room in natural light on bright, sunny days is great–until it’s time to watch some TV or be on your mobile phone or electronic device.

You know what we’re talking about, trying to watch the big game or a movie, only to have that great natural light cast a glare over the screen. So we get up, close all of the blinds or curtains, and feel like we’re living in a cave. With solar control window film, you can still enjoy the natural light coming into your home without having to deal with the glare.

Pacific Window Tinting can do for your home what your sunglasses do for you

Glare is all about light, and glare control is all about window tints.

Sunlight hits your home from many angles and with varying intensity throughout the day. With window tinting, it doesn’t matter what time it is or where the sun is positioned in the sky—you’ll be protected from glare day long. Most importantly, you’ll still be able to enjoy the view.

Talk about having your cake and eating it too!

Panorama window films come in many different shades and levels of darkness. From tints that are so light, they’re hardly noticeable to tints so dark, the home looks like a stretch limo. At Pacific Window Tinting, our expert staff can help you decide which film is just right for you, your family, and your home.

With spectrally select window films from Panorama, you’ll reflect the solar energy from the sun to reduce glare, but also help save on cooling costs of your home. Your AC won’t have to work as hard to keep the home comfortable because the solar heat is reflected away from the home.

Dual reflective window tints have many purposes

Add privacy while reflecting UV rays

More modern office buildings all seem to be built with large windows, perhaps to take advantage of the benefits of natural light. In many cases, the windows are reflective, meaning workers can see out but the general public can’t see in. That’s because the film is designed to be highly reflective when light is present.

The same level of privacy offered by commercial window tinting can also be applied to your home. As the home office becomes more prevalent, security is becoming more important. The high-performance Panorama Slate series of window films will help keep your home private from prying eyes.

This is in addition to the heat and glare reduction found in all Panorama Hilite window films. Protect your work, your furnishings, and even your eyes by blocking harmful UV rays.

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