How Long Will Professionally Installed Window Film Last?

How Long Will Professionally Installed Window Film Last?

We are often asked how long someone can expect their professionally installed window film to last. There are a variety of factors that come into play that determine the given lifespan of a window film. We came across a great article on Homerous.com that discusses this topic.

From the article;

How Long Does Window Film Last?

That’s a great question – yet the answer depends on a number of factors. In essence, window film has been known to last for 20 years or more under the right conditions.

The types of materials used, the window that the film is placed on, the orientation of the window (e.g., facing east), and even local climate can all affect the long-term resiliency of window film.

The good news is that commercial window film usually has a very generous warranty period – typically ten years or more – and many residential window films come with a lifetime warranty. This means that if you, as a homeowner, experience any difficulties, then you can call on a factory-trained technician to make it right.

So, taking into account the durability of window film itself and generous lifetime warranties for residential window film, most families are able to lock in the energy efficiency and cost savings of window film for a very, very long time.

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If you would like to learn more about professionally installed window film and the lifespan you can expect in your particular application, call Sunset Glass Tinting today at 888-949-2468 today. We would be happy to answer any questions, provide a free consultation and give you an estimate on using window film in your home of commercial space.

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  1. My work was looking into having window films installed, and I was curious about how long they lasted. It’s interesting that they have been known to last up to 20 years under the right conditions. I will have to find out if our climate is the right conditions, because it would be nice to have them last that long.

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