5 Benefits of Installing Window Films in Time for Winter

5 Benefits of Installing Window Films in Time for Winter

Window film is known both for its decorative and protective uses. However, it is also practical during the winter seasons. Window film can add security, reduce fade, protect against harmful ultraviolet rays, reduce window glare, and even save energy.

Here are some other benefits of window film:

Added Security

Winter is a season that affects every organism in the area. As the vegetation around the house dies during the season, your home may be more exposed than usual. Therefore, installing window film will help add a layer of protection to replace the protection provided by trees or shrubs.

Getting a reflective home window tint is a more brilliant option as you can see people looking from the outside of the house without them seeing you from the inside. It’s easier to observe the outside without being seen while doing it.

Reduced Fade

Although sunlight is less intense during the winter season, it’s still a factor that can fade out anything it touches. Household items such as furniture, carpeting, upholstery, and flooring are often subjects of fading due to long hours of exposure to sunlight.

Although it’s best to install a window film to block out the sun’s harmful rays, tinted window film should also work during winter. The sun’s rays are less intense during the winter months as the sun shines at an angle—emitting a more even spread of light on the earth.

UV Protection

Even if it’s expected to have less sunlight during the winter, it’s still essential to protect our skin from harmful rays. Being exposed directly to the sunlight is a different story from getting exposed to sunlight through a glass window. 

Ultraviolet rays can emanate through conventional window glass and potentially increase the risk of skin damage. However, by using a window film, you can protect yourself against the sun and can stay indoors without worrying about its harmful effects.

Reduced Window Glare

There isn’t less sunlight during the winter. However, the same amount of the sun we receive all year round gets smeared over a greater area, making it weaker and less harmful. However, it’s nothing to be less concerned about. Nevertheless, it’s still important to keep a watchful eye for the sun’s harmful rays.

Since the sunlight is spread more evenly during the weekend, there are chances to develop stronger glare. Unlike in the summer, where the sunlight is mainly focused on a greater area, the earth’s tilt during winter allows more sunlight to bounce off the planet. Therefore, there will be more glare on windows, which can be painful to look at. 

Installing window film to protect our eyes from glare is an effective way to prevent vision problems caused by too much sunlight.


Better Energy Savings

An added layer of window film acts as an insulator for the cold winter seasons. Windows are known to be responsible for a significant amount of heat loss. While window film is not meant to prevent total heat loss, it can significantly reduce it. The simple move of installing window film can reduce energy bills and the facility’s overall operating costs.



There’s more to window film than simple ways to innovate and beautify a space. They can also be used to protect the people from the inside against the factors that may be harmful from the outside. Although they are not the first things to consider as soon as winter comes, it’s worthy of having them installed to provide more protection for the people inside a home or building.

Premier Tint offers residential and commercial window tinting in Sydney and surrounding areas. For over 20 years, we have been the leader in window film applications, graphic design, and signage applications. Our team is dedicated to providing the best work in their designs. Sign up on our website and get a quote for any project you might have in mind.

Premier Tint are proud members of the Window Film Association Australia New Zealand. Our team is dedicated to providing high-quality services and maintaining industry standards.

Premier Tint has a close partnership with The Window Energy Rating Scheme (WERS) who provides a scientifically based, fair and credible rating system for the assessment of window film products for their energy efficiency performance. 


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