keyboard_arrow_upWindow film to keep buildings cool
keyboard_arrow_downWindow film to keep buildings cool

Window film, as it has been applied in the past, often brings to mind dark reflective plastic film that not only looks terrible but also makes buildings uncomfortably dark. While these window films succeeded in reducing heat gain in buildings, they often meant that the lights had to be on permanently – counteracting any intended energy usage and electricity costs. Hillel Bloom, managing director of Lamin8 Window Film, says that much research and development has been invested in creating new technology window film that looks good and works effectively – and is virtually invisible.