CONSUMERSHelp prevent ultraviolet damage to your home’s décor.

Every day, the interior of your home is exposed to harmful UV rays.
And although it’s invisible, UV radiation is the single most damaging light from the sun, causing your furniture, fabrics, floor coverings and artwork to fade.
But you can help save your home’s furnishings from UV damage. That’s because SolarZone™ Window Film absorbs up to 99.8% of UV light – keeping your treasures from aging prematurely.
SolarZone. Because there’s no such thing as safe UV radiation.

SolarZone™: The ultimate protection.

• Rejects 99.8% of UV radiation
• Slows fading and deterioration of your home’s décor
• Excellent protection from UV damage to skin and eyes
• Reduces solar heat build up
• Reduces energy costs
• Controls unwanted glare

Better climate control. Lower costs.

Because SolarZone Window Films are designed to reduce solar-heat buildup and glare, you’ll experience a controlled, comfortable climate inside your home year round. You’ll appreciate the lower energy costs, too.


How do SolarZone films work?

SolarZone window films are installed on the interior side of the window, and reduce the amount of solar energy (UV radiation, visible light and infra-red heat) entering the room by increasing the solar reflection and solar absorption of the glass. SolarZone films thus reduce heat gain by up to 80%, block UV radiation by up to 99%, and moderate the amount of visible light and glare entering the room.

How long will the film last?

In general, most solar films are replaced not because they stop working, but because of surface damage. SolarZone’s tough scratch resistant coating helps to protect the film from day-to-day wear and tear. However, the life of the film will be extended with careful cleaning, using mild soap and water and a soft cloth.

How can I remove window film?

Mix a solution of 2/3 water with 1/3 ammonia, together with a spoonful of dishwasher liquid soap in a spray bottle. Peel loose the top edge of the film, pulling down and spraying on the exposed glass. Allow the mixture to soak down and loosen the adhesive, then continue peeling and spraying, ripping the film off the window. Spray the solution on to any adhesive that may remain on the window, and scrape upwards with a razor blade to remove the loosened adhesive. Clean the window with the ammonia solution, allow to dry, then clean the window again with regular window cleaner or soapy water.

What savings can be made by using SolarZone window films?

Industry studies and the US Department of Energy models predict a return on investment through energy savings within 3-5 years. It is estimated that every 100 sq. ft. of window film can reduce the air conditioning load of a building by as much as 12,000 BTUs or one ton of heat. Because the issue is really summer heat gain, the most dramatic savings occur in hot climates. However, during the winter, when the temperatures are lower outside than inside the room, SolarZone film can help prevent heat loss by lowering the emissivity of the glass, reducing the absorption of the room heat into the glass, and reflecting the heat back into the room, lowering heating costs.