Installing Umisol® window film greatly improves the thermal insulation of your existing glazing during the winter.
The heat generated by your heating system is reflected back into the room, so the warmth that would normally be lost through the glass remains in the house.
This results in savings on heating costs of up to 30%, depending on the kind of glass. The investment is recovered very quickly in just a few years.
The energy savings you make during the entire year are not only good for your budget but also for the environment because CO2 emissions are reduced.
Your existing glazing gains in value without you having to pay for new windows and special cutting and breaking. Create a perfect climate with pleasant warmth in winter and refreshing coolness in summer.
Umisol Group NV undertakes to provide high-end, quality window film.
We offer a manufacturer’s guarantee of 10 years on our Umisol® window films.
The life of the foils is actually much longer. You can be sure that Umisol® foils will retain their visual clarity and quality properties.
This beautiful notary residence at the Lousbergkaai in Gent was completely covered with Umisol® glass foil. The thermal discomfort mainly occurred in the office sections. The French windows have clear glazing with no sun-resistance. And the appearance of such a listed building may not be changed. The installation of Umisol® kept the heat out and let the visible light in, all without changing the appearance of the building.
The front face of this lovely mansion is completely south-facing. The installation of blinds didn't resist the heat from the sun radiating in. On the contrary, they generated local heating which resulted in convection-heating. The installation of Umisol® stopped the troublesome heat, whilst at the same time retaining the optical transparency.
Appartments by the sea frequently have to do with the greenhouse effect and this because of their position. Umisol® behaves in an intelligent manner according to the season. The solar factor varies depending on the exhibition angle to the sun. In the summer this factor is lower (larger exhibition angle) and more sun rays are blocked, and so the greenhouse effect is stopped. In the winter this factor is higher (smaller exhibition angle) and so the foil favors the supply of sun rays. This results in considerable savings on heating costs in the winter.