White print on frost: Your order will be printed in white ink onto frosted window film. You won't be able to see through the glass, but natural light will be allowed pass through your glazing.
Clear on frost: The background of your film will be a frost effect, with the patterned area clear. The frost effect will provide privacy while you will be able to see through the patterned part of the film. It also makes magical shadows when the sun shines through.
Frost on clear: You will receive a clear panel of window film, with the pattern printed in a frost effect. The only visible element on the film will be the pattern. This makes beautiful shadows too.
What customers say...
'I got some of your window film yesterday and love it. It's so much prettier than the nets and does the job perfectly. Very happy with it.'
'We noticed that your window film not only reduces the glare in a sunny room, but projects an image onto the white walls which moves around the kitchen during the course of the day. We love it.'
'My tall grass window film does a fabulous job of hiding the rubbish in the garage!''.
How much does it cost?
Please follow the links to the Window Film Company website. Here you can put in the height and width of your window panes and it will calculate the cost instantly.
How long will it take before I receive my window film?
The Window Film Companies policy is to despatch all orders received before 1pm on the same working day. Deliveries don’t take place over the weekend.
Is it easy to apply?
It is easy and satisfying to apply. It will come with full fitting instructions and a little squeegee. There is also an instructional video on the Window Film Company website.
Can you make the pattern flow from pane to pane?
Yes this can be done and looks best done this way but it will need to be a special order. Please contact the Window Film Company about it and thy can make the pattern flow for you.
What if I want something different?
In theory my patterns can be enlarged to fit a special window or shower screen. You’ll need to get in touch with the Window Film Company to ask them for a special quote.