Fading Carpets and Furniture

Many people think that UVA and UVB rays are not able to penetrate through glass; however, this is not the case, and in many instances, the sun’s reflection off a building’s windows can actually intensify the amount of heat and UV exposure that is experienced inside by a significant amount. Over time, this will result in interior fixtures in buildings such as expensive carpeting and costly furniture items to become scorched in places or even rot. Plastic items that are exposed to these rays on a daily basis will also become brittle and break or crack. As a result, it is strongly recommended that a UV-resistant window tint product be used on all building windows.

Although most people are aware of the fact that UV rays exist wherever they go outdoors (even when they are in the shade), not all of them realize just how harmful they can be if they are exposed to them for prolonged periods of time. However, there are numerous ways in which these rays can cause a lot of damage to people and objects.

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