In Calgary’s chillier, less sunny months of October and November, UV rays continue to present an inherent risk to the interior of your home. The sunlight that pours in through your windows can cause your furniture to fade, and while sometimes that fading is gradual, the damage could be significant depending on the level of sunlight in your home and the materials your furniture is made of.
Thankful, residential solar film can protect the integrity of your furniture and keep your home decor beautiful.
How UV Rays Can Damage Your Home
The continuous influx of UV radiation through your windows can pose a largely unnoticed threat to your furnishings. This radiation is often responsible for the gradual fading or discolouration of your furniture, as well as other items throughout your home. That includes artwork, flooring, and cabinetry. In most cases, this damage can occur without immediate detection, meaning it’s too late to correct the issue once it’s finally noticed.
How Residential Solar Film Helps
Residential solar films from Spectra Light are expertly crafted to mitigate the effects of UV rays on your furniture. As an exclusive dealer of VISTA and Llumar residential solar films in Calgary, we can provide you with options to keep UV rays away from your furniture without obstructing views or natural lighting within your home.
Choose Spectra Light for Residential Solar Film in Calgary
In Calgary, choosing high-quality solar film for your windows is important. At Spectra Light, we distinguish ourselves from the competition through our commitment to superior quality, exceptional customer service, and unwavering professionalism. Our affiliation with the International Window Film Association and our recognition through over a dozen awards underscore our dedication to excellence.
Our products offer more than just protection for your furniture and interior decor; they also enhance energy efficiency by maintaining the temperature in your home. This can result in a more comfortable indoor climate, as well as a reduction in your monthly heating and cooling costs.