By applying most professional U/V Films to your home or business you will filter out 99.9% of all UV Rays. We chose just 7 eye opener facts according to the Skin Cancer Foundation concerning the harmful effects of UV Radiation.
1) On average, a person’s risk for melanoma doubles if he or she has had more than five sunburns.
2) Each year there are more new cases of skin cancer than the combined incidence of cancers of the breast, prostate, lung and colon.
As I sit here biting my nails, waiting for our new web-site to launch, I'm told that it could be completely down for up to 48 hrs, ouch!, I thought, why not take this time and talk about some of the new features of our new home?
1) This new site features even more information then our last site from 2001 but we've designed it so that the information you read isn't overwhelming, taken in bite sizes rather then all at once. If you're up to the task you can continue to dig in to learn more about that subject. On that note we've added 'Learn More' icons for more pertinent information on that particular subject you are reading. This takes you to another level, and we'll be adding more layers as time goes by. So if you just need a quick summary about window film in general it's within easy grasp but if you want to learn more about specific types of window film technologies we've added this additional layer which in turn is connected to our Technical section for even more information. We will continue to expand on this but it will never be cluttered, that's the main goal at least!
As you can imagine, we do get asked this question a few times a week. So I thought it would be appropriate to make this my first blog.
Who really does make the best stuff? Maybe you've met or have spoken with several dealers that all claim to have the greatest window film product on the planet. Most dealers have one or more favorite brands of window tinting they prefer to market and sell. In the real world no one is going to stock every major brand of film on their shelves anyway, that would take some serious shelf space. Contractual restrictions usually prevent that from happening in the first place, in other words, Brand C doesn't want Dealer A to sell Brand G because that would compete against Brand C and they just can't allow that. Our reaction is simply to stay away from Brand C, what is Brand C afraid of anyway? hmmm...