Increase comfort while reducing energy costs

Providing an abundance of natural light in your home is a great way to conserve energy. However, sunlight can create excessive heat and uncomfortable hot spots, fade valuable furnishings, and create screen glare. It also contains harmful UV rays. Solar controlling window films help control energy costs for both new and older homes. Additionally, these films provide your family with a more comfortable environment.


Safety, Protection, and Comfort

01Ultraviolet Light Rejection

Each solar window film line has unique solar properties that block ultraviolet light. These films also reduce heat and glare in varying degrees. Our solar films reject 99% or more of both UVA and UVB rays. With virtually all harmful UV rays effectively blocked, you can live in comfort knowing your family is protected.

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02Solar Energy Rejection

Solar heat comes from two primary sources: the visible light you can see, and the infrared light you can feel. At Hi-Calibre Views, we use multi-layer optical film and nano-technology. Our films reject up to 97% of the sun’s infrared light and up to 85% of the heat. These films also reject up to 99.9% of damaging UV rays to reduce fading of your furnishings. These industry-leading, spectrally-selective films are designed to keep you cool, comfortable, and protected.

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Winter Heat Retention

03Reduced Energy Costs

By rejecting solar heat in the summer months by up to 85% and by increasing winter heat retention by up to 88%, you can significantly reduce your heating and cooling costs while simultaneously improving your comfort and protecting the health of your family. Since windows have the most extended replacement cycle of anything in your home, you have 15-20 years to enjoy the savings. You can expect a return of between 5-15% per year on your heating and cooling bills, which calculates to around $0.20 per square foot. Multiply that by the size of your home, times 12 months a year, times 20 years, and you start to understand the sort of savings you could experience.