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Due to UV rays and excessive sunlight in conservatories, fabrics on furnishings can severely fade. Those with tendencies for heat-stroke or have adverse reactions to over-exposure of sunlight can also suffer. Until you own a house with a conservatory that gets direct sunlight, you don’t realise just how much damage can be caused.


With the installation of our solar film, we can reduce UV by 99% and protect fabrics and furniture from being damaged, which saves money on replacements. An added benefit is the reduction in heating bills.

During the warmer, summer months, conservatories can heat up like ovens, creating an uncomfortable environment for those relaxing in them due to sunlight “glare” (“dazzle”). Unfortunately, wearing sunglasses are often needed or headaches can occur.


Did you know that installing our anti-glare film can reduce up to 85% of the sunlight glare, whilst retaining the natural view of the surroundings through the glass.

Conservatories suffer from excessive heat-gain in the Summer, which makes them uncomfortable and potentially unsafe to be used by those affected by dehydration and those who have a tendency to suffer from heatstroke.


Heat-reduction conservatory window film allows families, children and guests to enjoy the comfort and scenery their conservatory affords, especially when opening doors and windows for fresh air brings heat in, when it gets too hot.

Solar Window Film Installation in Bedfordshire

Did you know that huge cost savings can be made from installing solar & UV window film on your windows, glass doors and internal partitions?

For commercial business owners, shopping facilities and retail outlets, the benefits of installing commercial solar window film are largely unknown.

Window Film: Commercial Crime and Theft Prevention

Are your local businesses worried about their offices being broken into by intruders?


Window film provides extra layers of security and safety for the commercial and retail industry, acting as an anti-shatter, protective deterrent against break-ins, corporate theft, burglary and forced entry. Breaking and entering through windows or glass doors can be their quickest route to a company’s assets, IT equipment and confidential information.

Canada Life’s Commercial Tower-Block Solar Window Film Installation

Is your commercial operation run from a tower block, skyscraper or high-rise mall, restaurant or retail outlet?

Have you considered the benefits that installing window film can bring to your business?

A long-term client, Canada Life Insurance, met with Prism to discuss the need to reduce the load on the air-conditioning system within their commercial tower block as it was very expensive to run, overloaded at maximum performance and couldn’t handle extreme temperatures.


School Window Film Budgeting? Invest Wisely!

Prism has worked with educational buyers for many years and has gained valuable insights into the pitfalls and challenges that bursars, administrators and Head teachers face, when trying to navigate the often-confusing jargon and terminology that can be found within the window film installation industry.

There’s no hard and fast rule for how a schools’ buying-cycle operates: some schools obtain 2x quotes, while others obtain a handful – it really depends on the tendering process, the schools requirements’, the size of their buying department and the priorities of the bursar.

Initially, Bursars obtain quotations first; then they meet with the school governor and PTA committee (parent and teacher association) who pool together resources to facilitate parental participation in a school – so parents have a very big say in which company the educational establishment purchases window film from.

How Does Window Film Work?

Window film, for domestic and commercial applications, can be coated with a variety of micro thin layers of aluminium, polyester, gold, platinum, adhesives and inhibitors.

Why Is Window Film Better Than Blinds?

Window film tends to last longer than blinds. Also, they will not deteriorate or weaken with time. There are documented and proven cases of films that have lasted for more than 22 years. Imagine the condition of the blind fabric after that same time period!