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The 20th century has seen the explosion of the Do It Yourself generation. Now, giving your home windows a face lift is as easy as 1-2-3.

Introducing Window Film, the newest, most innovative and cost effective method for changing the look of windows, glass doors, mirrors and even shower doors. Designed to cling to glass surfaces through the use of static electricity, these  window cling films are completely removable and reusable. With many different types of Window Film to choose from, any look can be achieved. Enhance the beauty of a room with decorative window film like ‘etched’ or ‘stained glass’ featured in our Etched Art collection. These static window films add a decorative touch, or add privacy to block that unwanted view. We also offer a line of Window Film that focuses on sun and heat control, Gila.  Gila has created a  static cling solar window film which comes in three different colors that is easy to apply, durable and an affordable alternative to professional installation. This window tint film reduces the effects of the sun’s harmful UV rays and stops excessive heating after intstallation. The Gila heat control window tint also reflects up to 55% of the summer heat, which will save home owners hundreds of dollars yearly in heating and cooling costs alone. Nothing is easier than static window film. Installation is a snap. Simply  wash your window, trim your film to size and apply a layer of water to your  window to easily set the film in place. Then squeegee away any excess water and  air and you’re done. That’s it!  No muss, no fuss!  Since all window film is removable, reusable and does not use any adhesives, it makes it the perfect Do It Yourself project.

 Window film is safe for dual windows and  allows the decorative, creative genius inside you to come out. Add flair to the patio sliding glass door, bring life to that old bay window in the living room and reduce your heating and air conditioning bills. Whichever way you look at it, window film is the way to go!