Glaringly obvious…Posted on - October 11, 2016
Sunshine. We love it.
Not when it’s right in our eyes or bouncing off our PC screen we don’t!
This time of year the sun can still be pretty strong, and because it’s lower in the sky – it can make glare an even bigger problem than it was in the summer.
In summer the sun might rise high enough to stop causing a problem, but the low angle in autumn can make glare an issue all day. It’s not as hot – but could be directly through your windows into your line of vision. It can make reading anything on a computer screen a nightmare, and watching TV impossible.
One solution is – do like Cillian Murphy in the Danny Boyle film ‘Sunshine’ does. Just let it consume you completely.
OR you could call us.
Durable have a range of simple and effective solar control films which can cut unwanted glare through your windows by up to 95%. It’s simple to maintain, less obtrusive than traditional blinds, and still lets in most of the natural light. Anti-glare window film also offers additional benefits, preventing fabrics & upholstery from fading and filtering of up to 99% of the sun’s UV rays.
So – as Elton John once said ‘don’t let the sun go down on you’. Get Durable to check out your problem windows and give you a professional opinion on how best to fix it.
Anti-glare solar control film from durable puts other solutions in the shade.
SUNSHINE was a 2007 film by Danny Boyle starring proper film stars Cillian Murphy and Michelle Yeoh – ironically about our sun dying — meaning earth will freeze.
The crew of the Icarus II spacecraft have to ignite a bomb in the sun itself to re-start it.
If you haven’t seen the film check it out. It’s really good. So we won’t spoil the ending…. needless to say it’s lucky there was no bomb-blast or anti-shatter film from Durable involved or it could have severely hampered their chances of succeeding!
Mind you – the cost of getting a Durable installation team to the sun and back – on a weekend – might be a little high. We’d be happy to put a quote in though… 🙂
Solar control window film — another film star from Durable.