Architectural films

Architectural films have been used successfully for more than 50 years. They represent a simple and fast solution for the improvement of glass surfaces (windows, doors, glass panels) both for business and residential buildings. There are a large number of different window films, and they are usually classified by their primary purpose: thermal insulation, safety and decorative films.
1. Solar window films: 

Solar window films (stopsol or thermal insulation films) offer the highest heat protection. By refusing solar heating from the exterior part of the glass surface, thermal insulation window films significantly reduce room temperature and filter out harmful solar radiation, without blocking the natural sunlight.

During the summer, LLumar thermal insulation films can reduce the room temperature up to 15ºC. At the same time LLumar thermal insulation films block up to 99,5% of UV rays and reduce up to 87% of sun glare, making computer work or watching TV more comfortable. Due to its thermal insulating features, the films significantly impact energy consumption, in both terms of heating and cooling)

Thermal insulation films can be reflective (with the “mirror effect”, because of which they are called “spy films”) and non-reflective(completely transparent or slightly toned). These films are applied from the interior of the glass, and in case it’s not possible, it’s recommended to use the films for outdoor use.

2. Safety window films:

Safety (security or anti-vandal) window films provide the protection against break-ins and injuries. 

From big companies to small shops, restaurants and schools, the use of safety window films enable control and eliminate danger or damage cause by the broken glass.

The glass with safety films become stronger and safer and is harder to break and, if it does break, the films keep the glass fragments in place.LLumar Safety Window Films are available in different thicknesses and are usually maid as completely transparent and optically clean, but there are also safety films which are slightly tinted, or have thermal insulating or mirror effect.

3. Decorative films:

Decorative (or decor) films represent a simple, fast and affordable solution to enhancement and change of any glass surfaces. They are generally used for They are mostly used for office space redecoration, interior enhancement of shops, restaurants, coffee shops and hotel rooms, but recently they’ve also had increased residential use. 

Main types of Decorative Window Films are: color films (white, black, yellow, red, blue, green etc.), frosted or milky films indifferent nuances or transparency, and patterned films (dots, nets, stripes, squares, ice effect etc), as well as custom-made films.

LLumar decorative window films are available in various finishes, nuances and colors, and they offer a unique style and privacy without scarifying the natural light and your budget.