Llumar Conservatory window films are technically-advanced solar control films, which present a cost-effective, unobtrusive, and permanent solution. So your conservatory is an additional living space, which allow you enjoying the benefits of sunshine, and that can be used in comfort all year round. That way, they are to be of real value and provide a good return on the initial investment.
Llumar Conservatory window films require no maintenance, other than normal window cleaning. Above all, they effectively and efficiently address the issues of solar gain, glare, and UV protection, whilst allowing visible light to pass through.
Material blinds are the traditional approach taken to deal with these problems, but they can be expensive. They require periodic cleaning and maintenance, and can substantially affect the visible light levels within the conservatory. For many people this goes against everything a conservatory stands for – excellent visibility to view the garden and surroundings.
The addition of a conservatory to a residential or commercial property, should add a pleasant ambiance, with a view to enhancing our lifestyle. Llumar Conservatory window films prevents the conservatory to become too hot in the summer months, and the glare from the sun renders the room unusable, or very uncomfortable. Also stops ultraviolet rays from fading fabrics and furniture.
Conservatory window films Performance
Llumar Conservatory window films can reject as much as 79% of unwanted solar energy, (which can mean a heat gain reduction of 71%), reduce solar glare by 83%, and block out 99% of harmful UV rays. Its use can typically reduce internal temperatures by as much as 6-8°C in a conservatory.
Llumar film comes in a range of finishes. Tinted film will subtly transform the appearance of the conservatory, while reflective films will give a more dramatic look. Or minimise the impact with neutral film, which will blend into carefully planned designs and colour schemes. Llumar Conservatory window film is the right choice for your conservatory.