Aside from your home, your home furnishings may be some of your most expensive possessions. The rooms of your home are just perfect with the furniture you’ve picked out and the last thing you need is constant sun exposure to begin the fading process.
You wouldn’t let your kids or pets romp all over your best furniture, so why let the sun make its mark? Direct sun exposure is very good at slowly damaging every piece of furniture you own. Sofas, rugs, wooden tables, pillows, and all types of fabric will suffer from fading as a result of exposure to the sun.
There’s no need to cover your furnishings in unattractive plastic, though. You can protect your home furnishings with home window tint. When you do, you will be filtering the sun by allowing natural light into your home without the damage that usually goes with it.
What Sun Damage Can Do
Sunlight is a beautiful thing. It provides natural warmth and light. But it can also lower the value of your home furnishings. There are those pesky UVA and UVB rays that love to act upon everything they touch. We don’t advocate waging war on sunlight, but you should be aware that it can be responsible for the following scenarios:
- fabrics fade and patterns become less distinct and vibrant
- Leather furniture changes colors, cracks, and hardens
- Painted furniture begins to chip and fade
- Wood starts to fade, warp, and crack
- Rugs begin to fade
You can cover windows with clunky blinds or curtains, but these often don’t keep out the strong sun rays, either. What you need is home window tinting.
What Tinting Does
Tinting the windows of your home allows for the sun’s beautiful rays to come right into your rooms. Tinting, however, filters out those UVA and UVB rays and the components that damage your furnishings.
Those beautiful views you love won’t be blocked out by window tinting. We use Huper Optik window film; the best in the business.
Don’t allow just anyone to provide you home window tint in New Orleans and surrounding towns. We are the experts to call when you need premium tinted windows, safety window films, decorative films and more for any part of your home.