It isn’t uncommon to long for the warmth of the sun after a long, cold winter. Sunlight warms the body as well as improves the mood and lightens the spirits. Unfortunately, it can also cause an extensive amount of sun damage to valuable furnishings, floors, and even artwork. So how can you protect your furniture from sun damage?
Blinds, Drapes, Shades
One obvious way of protecting your home from sun damage is to have blinds or shades installed. Blinds, drapes, and shades block light from entering through the windows and allow for your furniture to maintain its color. While this method protects your furniture from sun damage, it doesn’t allow for you to enjoy all of the benefits of sunlight when you spend time indoors.
Plant a Treeline
A treeline is an investment that you won’t benefit from for several years, but it’s a natural and eco-friendly way of protecting your home. Not only will you have added several new trees into your neighborhood, but you will shield your possessions from excessive UV light.
Have Window Tint Installed
Solar tinting your windows can block up to 99% of harmful UV rays that may be damaging your furniture. It also reduces glare, allowing you to enjoy the sunshine without the negative aspects of it. Window tint gives you peace of mind, knowing that you can enjoy the sun and not have to pay an exorbitant amount of money to replace the floors or any artwork that could potentially become damaged.
American Solar Tinting
American Solar Tinting has the expertise and equipment to keep your home or business decorative and beautiful with window film. We have almost 60 years of experience serving our wonderful customers without the Maryland and Washington, D.C. area. We offer a variety of solutions for you, whether you need residential window or glass tinting, logo graphics, or security films. For more information on how we can help you and your business, contact us online or give us a call at 1-800-969-0100. For more tips and tricks for your home and business, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, YouTube, and Pinterest.