Four Season UV Rejection Energy Efficient Residential Home Window Tint Film
Reject up to 77% summer heat gain
Retain up to 25% winter heat lost
Dry adhesive for superb clarity & low dust attraction
Reduce up to 99% harmful UV rays
Reduce interior fading and glare
The U.S. Department of Energy estimates 45% of energy consume in an average American household is for cooling and heating. Furthermore, they estimates that the amount of energy lost annually through windows is $35 billion US Dollars.
Four Season window film virtually upgrade your current glass to a Low-E glass by rejecting up to 77% summer heat gain and retaining up to 25% winter heat lost, this influences how much energy you need to use to keep your home comfortable.
Four Season can protect you and your family by rejecting 99% harmful UV rays that can cause skin cancer and accelerated skin aging.
Four Season can also reduce interior fading and with the darker shade, it can also reduce glare and provide daytime privacy. If use conjunction with other window treatment such as blinds or drapers at night, you can even create 24-hour privacy.
Installation is easy. Your investment will pays for itself in no time with better health, lower energy bills, and the needs of replacing faded interior.
The most beautiful part is your contribution to energy efficient in the community.
|Four Season 15||Four Season 50|
|Appearance||Max glare||Slightly tinted|
|Safe on Single/Double Pane Window2||Yes||Yes|
|Total Solar Energy Rejection||77%||57%|
|Winter Heat Loss Reduction||25%||25%|
|Warranty1||7 Year||7 Year|
2 Excluding wired or textured glass, any glass which is visible damaged, chipped, cracked or pierced or where light can be seen between glass and frame; or on non-glass materials, such as polycarbonates or other plastics; or in locations in which there has been prior glass breakage; or on glass which is framed by concrete, solid metal or sealant which is no longer resilient; or any glass of 100 square feet or more or having any linear dimension (height, width, or diagonal) of more than 12 feet; or when damage occurs partly by reason of loss by any cause other than thermal shock fracture, including, but not limited to, impact, stress, scratching, improper application or installation, wind or the elements, earthquakes or other acts of God, fire, war, invasion, hostilities, rebellion, insurrection, wear and tear, inherent vice, pre-existing break, or latent defect; or when 25% of less of a glass lite is shaded and the shaded area includes more than 25% of the lite’s perimeter.