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The most frequently asked questions about window tinting

I have started this blog to answer some of the most frequently asked questions about window film, solar film or window tinting, to give you some up-to-date information about the installations and solutions we provide and which problems I have solved for my customers. The temperatures throughout Europe are at record highs with forest fires…

I have started this blog to answer some of the most frequently asked questions about window film, solar film or window tinting, to give you some up-to-date information about the installations and solutions we provide and which problems I have solved for my customers.

The temperatures throughout Europe are at record highs with forest fires to hose pipe bans not only in Spain but many other european countries. Global warming only seems to be getting worse and the temperatures on the Costa Blanca Spain are getting higher.

One of our recent installations in La Finca Golf near Almoradi had four big glass sliding doors which caused heat problems with the sun blazing through the main living area and causing damage to the furniture by fading, but the villa has lovely views of the mountains.

The Customer didn’t want to spoil his daytime views so the first question he asked was “Will window film restrict my visibility or stop my clear view.”

Solar Guard offer many types of window tinting but always recommend, in this situation, that R20 Solar Reflective film is the best solution, it provides the clearest view with the best visibility, maximum amount of heat reduction for this type of problem, reducing up to 78% of the direct heat, stopping up to 84% glare and 99% of harmful UV rays.

With noticeable differences the R20 Reflective Silver Solar film installed by Solar Guard is a perfect example of how to solve this customer’s problem.

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