Can Decorative Window Film Damage Windows?

One of the major misconceptions about window film is that is can damage your windows. There have been some cases where window film damages certain types of glass but this can be avoided by working with an experienced, reliable window film contractor. So does this apply to decorative film? And how do certain types of window film damage certain glass types? We’ll delve into these questions below.

Misconceptions About Decorative Window Film for Denver Properties

  • Window film damage: Certain energy-efficient window film products when installed on double pane glass can cause heat buildup. Any experienced window film contractor is aware of this risk and would only recommend compatible products for this type of glass.
  • Decorative window film damage: Decorative window film doesn’t have the same solar rejection properties as energy-efficient window film, voiding this risk. Decorative window film is engineered to be applied to any type of glass and doesn’t pose any risk when installed by a professional window film contractor.
  • Short term vs. long term: The benefit of decorative window film is that it can be used for both short term and long term projects. Decorative window film is easily removed and replaced by professional window film contractors. Decorative window film can be printed with UV resistant inks for vibrant displays that last longer.

Work with Denver’s Leading Source for Decorative Window Film

Denver Window Film is proud to be the leading source for decorative window film in the Colorado area. Work with our talented designers to create a custom design for your property. We’re always here to provide professional installations and removals to ensure no damage is caused to your windows. With the largest selection of decorative window film, we can help you transform your existing property.

For more information regarding decorative window film for your Denver property, please contact us!

Mike Kinsey has successfully completed hundreds of window film installs in Kansas City and throughout the U.S., accounting for more than 250,000 square ft. of film. As the head of operations, he is personally in charge of overseeing every install and ensuring that all procedures go smoothly. His years of experience in construction and project management give him the unique ability to accurately diagnose areas of concern and implement a plan to remedy the situation. Mike is a subject matter expert and is intensely familiar with all different types of window film as well as leading brands. He is well equipped to handle both residential and commercial projects and is certified by 3M, EnerLogic, and AIA for continuing education.