How to Protect your Flooring, Area Rugs and Furnishings from UV Rays


Photo is from portfolio of Kimberlee Jaynes Interior Designs Inc.

I'm sure you have seen it before...you move the area rug and your hardwood floors are darker under the rug, the chairs over by the window are faded.

If you have redecorated, remodeled or just furnished your new home, you have spent some sizable dollars. One area that most home and condo owners neglect to consider is the protection of their investment. I advocate window film to cut down on UV damaging rays.

One product is Hüper Optik Fusion Films. They use a 'fusion technology' of performance, aesthetics, neutral tones, and sustainability: providing the advantages of affordability and high heat rejection. Fusion Films deliver privacy, comfort and energy efficiency year round: reducing high energy bills, preventing temperature variances, and hot spots, and rejecting infrared and ultraviolet light rays.


Fusion Film Benefits
Dry Adhesive (DA)
Reduced Glare and Fading
Increased Comfort and Energy Efficiency
High ultraviolet rejection; greater than 99%
100% dye-free - Scratch-resistant hard coat
One of the BEST warranties around
- Residential limited lifetime product warranty
- Commercial fifteen-year limited product warranty
- Replacement up to $2,000.00 per glazing unit
Increases comfort, leading to a cooler interior
Reduces glare and fading to interior upholstery
Saves energy by reducing fuel/electricity consumption
Protects against sun-related skin problems
Enhances safety with improved glass shatter resistance
Enhances overall aesthetics with a soft neutral shade

One of my favorite representatives for all of the many film choices is Julie Herschbach with Protint she knows her stuff and will bring demonstration samples to your home to show you the protection power of window film and what happens when you don't use protection.
protintoffice@gmail.com
1-877-283-8468
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