Atlantic Sun Control, Northern Virginia window film company, recently released a blog post to educate people — both homeowners and commercial building owners — about the pros and cons of heat control window film. The blog explains that one of the main benefits of this type of window film is the fact that it can better protect a building’s windows while still letting in sunlight. It can also help significantly reduce a company’s energy costs (e.g. air conditioning) and give anyone who enters the building in question a more pleasant experience. Other pros of heat control window film include the fact that it rejects the sun’s powerful UV rays, which means furnishings like rugs, paintings and furniture can be better protected against fading. This type of window film also helps reduce glare, so anyone indoors watching a computer or TV screen doesn’t have to strain his/her eyes as much. One of the primary cons of heat control window film is the fact that it is very thin and therefore does not offer as much protection from sunlight as shades or blinds do. It also does not provide as much privacy as blinds or shades, unless it comes in a very   Read more…