Control Heat and Glare

Take control of the sun with residential window film. The only thing that will melt is your energy bill.

Reduce harmful ultraviolet rays and protect home furnishings from sun damage.

LLumar home window film controls the sun to help you live in greater comfort. The sun can make certain rooms too hot or filled with glare and can ruin your expensive furniture and fade your hardwood floors. LLumar window film puts the sun in its place to give you back those rooms to enjoy when you want. Plus you’ll save on cooling costs and protect your family from harmful UV rays while adding lasting value and beauty to your home.

Residential window tinting with LLumar window films can help you control these problems while providing increased comfort and lower overall energy costs.

Residential window treatment with LLumar window films can lower heating and cooling expenses by reducing solar heat from the outside, reducing hot and cold spots inside, and helping to prevent heat from escaping.

Open your blinds, shades, or drapes and let the sunlight in! LLumar window film reduces glare by up to 87%, making it easier for you to watch television or work on a computer.

Because LLumar residential window film is available in a variety of clear, light and subtle shades, you’ll be able to enjoy your view.



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Nearly 53 percent of skin cancers in the US occur on the left, or drivers’, side of the body, according to a new study in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology. 
The distribution pattern supports the theory that automobile drivers in the US are exposed to more ultraviolet (UV) radiation on the left, through the driver’s side window, and that ultraviolet A (UVA) radiation causes more damage than formerly believed.
About 90 percent of all skin cancers are associated with the sun’s UV radiation, which reaches the earth in the form of long-wave ultraviolet A (UVA) and shortwave ultraviolet B (UVB) radiation.
When researchers at the St. Louis University School of Medicine reviewed the medical charts of almost 900 skin cancer patients, both men and women had a greater propensity for left-sided skin cancers. 
In one particular kind of skin cancer, the distribution pattern was even more lopsided: 74 percent of all melanomas in situ (early, non-invasive melanomas that have not spread from their original tumor sites) were on the left. Invasive melanomas are the deadliest skin cancers, killing an estimated p 8,650 people in the US every year.