If you are looking for frosted window film in Eastbourne, we can provide it. However, it helps to know why this is the best option compared to others such as net curtains or blinds.
Net curtains have certain negative connotations, with people associating them with ‘curtain twitchers’. More to the point, while they allow for some level of privacy there is a limit to what they can offer.
With blinds, there are a few more issues. Some blinds (especially in older houses) can have very fiddly operations, making opening them on a regular basis a chore. They can also break and need dusting. By contrast, windows with frosted window film only require washing down gently with soapy water and a non-abrasive brush or sponge.
Frosted window film is ideal for people who want to use their bathrooms or en-suites without worrying about people being able to see them. This can also be useful for people who live in flats that are on or near the ground floor so you don’t have to worry about people looking into them.
For commercial properties, this can be equally useful if your business involves activities where people could feel self-conscious. For example, having frosted window film around a gym can help make it stay airy and light while at the same time stopping people worrying that someone can look in on them while they are exercising.
If you want to get frosted window film installed in your Eastbourne property, we want to hear from you. Our products come with a 10 to 15 year guarantee and are fully insured, plus our team has been working in the industry for more than 20 years. For more information please contact us today.
Please get in touch to discuss your requirements with us. Call us on 01892 278611
All our films come with a manufactures warranty for 10 – 15 years. For that extra peace of mind.
We are a friendly and professional family run business, with 20+ years experience in the industry
Here at TS Window Films we are fully insured and follow all health and safety regulations.
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