While many window tinting products offer plenty of privacy by day, we recommend installing a privacy window film that works at night, too.
One-Way Mirror Film with Night Vision
If you want full, nighttime privacy and don’t want to use window coverings, a one-way mirror film is your option.
Here are some advantages and disadvantages of one-way mirror type privacy films:
Maintain your beautiful nightscape
An unfettered view of the night sky, with complete privacy, is the number one benefit of one-way mirror films.
Increase the security of your home
Because one-way mirror films have a mirrored effect for those peering in from the outside, they are also a great security enhancement. You get to ditch clumsy window coverings or shades and open things up by day while preventing outsiders from seeing what is inside.
Optimize energy efficiency
The reflective properties of these films reduce solar heat gain and glare, which optimizes interior energy efficiency.
Exterior and interior lighting must be balanced
Even with today’s innovative nighttime privacy window films, you will still need to experiment with balancing the brightness or dimness of exterior, and interior lights to maintain the exterior mirrored effect.
The mirrored aesthetic
The reflective quality that makes these nighttime privacy films so useful, may not be ideal for you. The only way to block an outsider’s gaze in the dark, and keep the interior of your home illuminated, is to make a wholly reflective or mirror-like surface. But if you don’t like that mirrored look, or it doesn’t suit your architectural style, this option may not be for you.
Do you want to learn why a privacy window film that works at night is the best solution? Contact Sun Masters Window Tinting. You can either call us at 281-351-4363 or drop an email at email@example.com, we will get back to you shortly.