Whether you are working from home or want to feel comfortable coming home from work, our residential window films can make a room feel cooler in the summer and cosier in the winter. With our range of residential window films, we can offer options to help make your home work that bit better for you.
Residential Window Film
Solar control window film is ideal for reducing glare from the sun’s rays. As well as reducing the amount of light that can distract you while working from your home office, it can also block out 99 per cent of UV rays, reducing damage to your furniture caused by direct sunlight.
Residential Privacy Window Films
If you want to enjoy the view (but not be someone else’s view) our residential privacy window films can stop people looking in, while still keeping in enough light so rooms still feel comfortable.
Residential Security Window Films
Deter burglars and reduce the risk of injuries caused by breakages with residential security window films. While it may not prevent the glass from shattering, it will do enough to reduce the dispersal of glass and reduce injuries caused by the spread of broken glass in the event of an accident or natural disaster.
Residential Bi-Fold Door Window Films
Get the additional benefit of a bi-fold door but without additional heat traps and glare with our residential bi-fold door window films.
Residential Frosted Window Films
Ideal for your bathroom, residential frosted window films can provide additional security without having to compromise in terms of comfort in your own home.
Residential Skylight Window Film
While a skylight can provide additional light and warmth, there is the danger it can create additional pockets of heat and glare. One way to prevent this is by using a residential skylight window film, which will block the glare while still allowing you to see through the skylight.
Alternative To Net Curtains Window Film
Avoid the additional maintenance issues that come with net curtains by installing a window film, allowing you to keep your home private while still being able to get the benefit of a nice view and letting light into your home.