Reduce harmful ultraviolet rays and protect home furnishings from sun damage.
LLumar home window tinting controls the sun to help you live in greater comfort. The sun can make certain rooms too hot or filled with glare and can ruin your expensive furniture and fade your hardwood floors. LLumar house window tinting puts the sun in its place to give you back those rooms to enjoy when you want. Plus you’ll save on cooling costs and protect your family from harmful UV rays while adding lasting value and beauty to your home.
- Product Benefits
- UV Protection
- Reduce Heat and Glare
- Safety and Security
If you’ve recently furnished or redecorated your home, good for you. There’s nothing better than a fresh new look. But harmful ultraviolet rays can make things look old fast.
Most fabrics, furnishings and artwork can be damaged and fade when sunlight passes through untreated windows. By blocking more than 99% of all UV rays, LLumar UV window film offers protection for the things you love and have special meaning to you. It will help preserve the color of fabrics, carpets and hardwood floors and help protect fine antiques, woods and works of art from discoloration and fading.
UVA rays streaming through your home windows not only adversely affect your furnishings, but are damaging to your eyes and skin and may contribute to premature aging, and lead to skin cancer. With one out of five Americans developing skin cancer these days, why live with this risk? LLumar UV window film is designed to protect against harmful ultraviolet rays. It is a micro thin film that is transparent so you can enjoy the view without the UV.
LLumar UV window film has been recommended by dermatologists as another skin safe preventative measure for patients with solar sensitivity, skin related diseases and cancers of the skin. LLumar UV window film carries The Skin Cancer Seal of Recommendation. The seal is awarded to products that protect against skin cancer, like sunscreens. Help change the odds for your family. Make LLumar UV window film part of your sun safety program. You can never be too safe.