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How To Stop Glare With Window Tinting

Let’s avoid squinting our eyes, with window film! Harsh light can lead to eye discomfort and can even cause headaches. That troublesome sensation that causes eye irritation is called glare.

Luckily for you, Sunset Glass offers window tinting that can help avoid that awful glare in your home or office. There’s nothing better than natural light, but when it starts to affect us physically, it’s not that great. No need to fret – Sunset Glass is here.

What is Glare and What Causes It?

Glare is the loss of visual performance or discomfort produced by an intensity of light in the visual field greater than the intensity of light to which the eyes are adapted. When too much light enters your eye and interferes with your eye’s ability to manage it.

Glare is the response to bright light. Glare can be extremely harmful to the eye and can cause cataracts, macular degeneration, or other eye diseases. Glare can be very distracting when doing day-to-day activities. Simply put, watching tv or even working on your computer, glare can be unproductive to your day.

How Can I Reduce Glare?

Window Film!

Window Film can reduce reflection and glares when added to the surface. Window film also has many other benefits to your home or office like reducing your energy usage and increasing your privacy. You can reduce the glare in your home and still enjoy the natural sunlight.

Additionally, adding window film can help minimize harmful UV rays. Sunset Glass window film can block up to 99% of both UVB and UVA rays.

Get Your Windows Tinted

The answer is simple, add window film to your home or office to reduce that harmful glare. Sunset Glass is here to help you with all of your window needs.

If you are interested in learning more about window tinting for your residential or commercial building, contact Sunset Glass Tinting by calling 888-949-2468 or contacting us via our website. We would be happy to arrange a free, no obligation consultation for your home or commercial building and discuss how you can implement a window film solution.