Window film (also known as window tint) is an ultra-thin polyester-based material with an adhesive backing that is applied to glass windows. It is a cost-effective way to reduce heat in a room or protect furnishings from fading. There are many different myths that applying window film to your windows will cause them to shatter through thermal shock. Let’s take a look at thermal shock and talk about the likelihood of it affecting your tinted windows.
The Window Film Association of Australia and New Zealand (WFAANZ) is the industry body representing window tinters. Joining the WFAANZ is not mandatory. However, it is recommended that anyone considering window film use a WFAANZ window film installer. By choosing an installer who is a member of the WFAANZ, you can be guaranteed that the work will be of the highest quality using only the best film from global manufacturers.