UV Blocking Window Tint: Solar Protection for Your Home or Office
The sun’s rays that are known to cause cancer are UV, UVB and UVA rays and even when you are home or in your office, you are exposed to them quite frequently through windows. This is why UV blocking window tint is essential to a healthy lifestyle that lowers your risks for certain cancers. It filters out 99.9% of UV rays while still allowing natural light to enter the interior of your building, keeping your space bright, beautiful and best of all healthy.
What are UV/UVB?UVA rays?
These rays are one of the many types of light that make up the electromagnetic spectrum. Many UV rays are thankfully absorbed by our planet’s atmosphere but a portion of them still reach Earth and your skin. While UV rays are not detrimental in limited amounts, the exposure we get every day through our windows is not only significant but magnified as well. Scientists have linked UV rays to a variety of health diseases such as melanoma, macular degeneration, premature aging, and immune system oppression.
UV Related Health Concerns
Numerous Studies show that being exposed to too much UV radiation can be seriously harmful to our bodies and health. It is not hard to see examples of sun damage just looking around; sun spots, certain freckles, lines, and wrinkles are all tell tale signs of skin damage from UV rays. Some diseases related to prolonged UV exposure are:
- Corneal damage
- Macular degeneration
- Premature aging
- Immune system suppression
- Window tint protects you from UV
Window tint offers the same protection as an SPF 1000 and blocks out 99.9% of UV rays. By having your home or office windows tinted, you take an important step towards protecting those you love from sun related diseases. An ounce of prevention and window tinting is healthy and the long term effects are certainly worth the short term investment!
Find out more how your home and family can benefit from uv blocking tint. Call Denver Window Tinting to learn more about uv protection window tint or schedule an appointment for a free onsite consultation.