Conservatory Window Films

Did you know that 70% of the heat gain in your conservatory comes from the roof?

Once Elite Films have installed the correct window film the heat gain can be reduced by 80%

For example:

Outside temperature 25 degrees
Inside Conservatory Temperature 35 degrees
Difference in Temperature + 10 degrees
80% of 10 degrees 8 degrees
Inside Temperature of Conservatory with film applied 27 degrees

Did you know that the right window film applied to your conservatory roof can reduce the glare from the sun by up to 80% making the experience of your conservatory more pleasurable, allowing you and your loved ones to read, watch TV and relax without squinting your eyes.

Did you know that applying Elite Films to your conservatory will stop 99% of all damaging UV Rays, ensuring that the furniture and floor covering stays in top condition.

We can apply film to the side windows as well as the roof of your conservatory if you want to further reduce glare and the effects of UV or even if you just want some additional privacy.

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Don't Spoil the View!

At Elite films we can install high tech films which won’t spoil the view, it is a misconception that dark window film is needed to protect you and your loved ones from the harmful effects from the sun. Installing our Ultra-VisionDS will give fantastic results, whilst allowing you to view the outside in comfort.

 Advanced solar performance, including heat, infrared, and UV rejection
 An elegant, barely visible appearance
 Non-corrosive, all-metal raw materials that eliminate the need for edge sealing
 Low interior and exterior reflectivity, therefore, the view of the outside is unaltered
 Available for internal and external installations
 Full warranty against faulty product and workmanship

For a quotation please call: 0151 321 2151 or fill out the form below, if the floor area and type of conservatory is known please use the appropriate boxes to tell us.

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