Window film is a great cost-friendly solution for upgrading your windows and improving the energy efficiency of your home. From UV protection to lower cooling bills, privacy, and less glare, there are many benefits to be gained. Nevertheless, when making changes to your home, you want to be sure that you’re making the right decision.

One of the most common questions we get from our customers in Denver is, if I install window film can I remove or replace it later on? Below, we’ve discussed this matter in detail.

Window Film FAQs: Removal, Replacement, Reapplication

If you’re installing window film for your home for the very first time, you likely have some questions. Don’t worry, we’re here to guide you through the process! Below, we’ve answered some common questions related to window film replacement, replacement, and reapplication.

Can Window Film Be Removed?

Yes, window film can be removed. It is not permanent. But we don’t recommend attempting to remove the film on your own. You could leave behind pieces of film or damage your windows. Instead, let our experts take care of it for you. We’ll make sure that the film and adhesive is removed completely, without damaging your windows.

Can You Replace My Window Film with a Matching Film?

Yes, if you need old window film replaced with a matching film, this is a service we can provide. Or if you’ve recently had new doors or windows installed on your home, we can help you find a film for these new additions that matches the rest of your existing film.

Can Window Films Be Reapplied?

No. Once a window film has been fully installed, it has cured and bonded to the glass. It can be removed, but it cannot be reused.

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Does your window film need to be replaced? Are you looking for an expert who can help you match your existing window tint? We can help! Call our office today to learn more about our professional window tinting services in Denver!

 

Mike Kinsey

Mike Kinsey has sold and installed over 250,000 square feet of window film. As the Operations Manager for Denver Home Window Tinting, Mike oversees all aspects of sales, product education, and customer relations. He is also the project manager for all residential window film installs. Mike's extensive product knowledge and years of experience give him the ability to select the perfect window film for any home. From privacy and decorative to energy efficiency, security, and more, Mike is well versed in all the top innovations and products available on the market today. He and his team have completed hundreds of projects in the Denver metro area, as well as the surrounding areas of Aurora, Wheat Ridge, Arvada, Centennial, Englewood, Thornton, and Littleton.