Discover the benefits of Abode Window Film
We use modern technology to create practical, attractive window film. You can select our designs with confidence for new and existing windows, glass doors, glass partitions, shower cubicles, glass tables and more. We also have a range for your car.
Why choose Abode window film?
All Abode solar window films help reduce the amount of heat that gets through your glass. With our heat and glare range, you can achieve up to 78% solar heat rejection. This can mean a significant saving on your energy bills – when less solar heat comes into your home or office building, your climate control system doesn’t have to work as hard.
As less heat from the sun comes through the glass, our window film helps you enjoy a more comfortable living/working environment.
Our window film can help create an interior environment that’s more functional too; where watching television and viewing computer screens becomes easier.
Complement your décor, theme or environment beautifully with our range of light densities and colours. We’ve carefully chosen designs we love – and we hope you’ll love them too.
There’s less risk of scratch damage during normal handling and maintenance as our window films are made with a tough, scratch-resistant coating as a standard feature.
Although standard films aren’t considered ‘safety and security’ products, once they bond to glass, they can help make that glass more shatter-resistant by holding broken splinters and shards together after accidental or storm-related breakage.
When interior furnishings fade, so does their look – and then the prospect of having to replace them looms. Our window films help reduce fading of interior furnishings by blocking out as much as 99% of harmful and damaging ultraviolet and up to 78% of total solar energy (although the exact degree of fade reduction depends on your specific film selection, as well as the overall environment).
About ultra violet and fading
It’s important to stress that no window film or glazing product can totally prevent or stop fading. It’s generally accepted that ultraviolet radiation is responsible for between roughly 40% and 60% of all fading. Other factors that can contribute to fading are solar light energy, indoor artificial lighting, humidity and moisture, poor dye quality in fabric, chemical vapors in the air, and abuse.