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Heat Shield Window Film of Denver, Colorado partners with A Solar Solution.

A Solar Solution, Inc. has been chosen as Denver’s sole installation company for our premier line of Nano-Ceramic window films.

A Solar Solution of Denver is Colorado’s only authorized Heat Shield Window Film installation company.

Due to the rapid growth of our Heat Shield line of films, A Solar Solution, Inc. is hiring qualified window film installers. Heat Shield window films are industry leading Nano-Ceramic films that are applied to the interior side of windows. They are the by far the clearest films on the market that allow the most visible light (the light we want), while rejecting a very high degree of infrared heat.

The Denver, Colorado UV index is forecasted to reach 8 on Thursday April 26th 2011. Got Film?

The UV Index is a forecast of the amount of skin damaging UV radiation expected to reach the earth's surface at the time when the sun is highest in the sky (around midday). The amount of UV radiation reaching the surface is primarily related to the elevation of the sun in the sky, the amount of ozone in the stratosphere, and the amounts of cloud cover. However, heavy cloud cover can greatly reduce ultraviolet radiation levels and surprisingly, certain types of thin cloud coverage can magnify the ultraviolet radiation.

Prestige Luxury home in Solterra Lakewood, CO installs Heat Shield Ultra Clear ICE window film on 151 panes.

Heat Shield Ultra Clear ICE window film was installed on 151 panes in Lakewood, CO for the Bennett residence. This fabulous home is located in Solterra which was home of the 2008 Parade of Homes. The Ultra Clear ICE is our clearest product. It allows 77 % Visible light transmission while blocking out 99% of Colorado’s intense UV. This home has incredible views of Red Rocks Amphitheatre. The homeowners were accustomed to seeing night activities at Red Rocks through their beautiful windows.

The Kirk residence in Lone Tree, CO chooses Heat Shield IR-99 Titanium Nitride Window Film because of its clear appearance.

The Kirk residence in Lone Tree, CO chooses Heat Shield IR-99 Titanium Nitride Window Film because of its clear appearance and superior heat rejection.The back of the Kirk residence has a southern exposure and with not a tree in site the sun penetrates into their home for 10 to 12 hours a day. The UV exposure is intense. They are concerned about furniture and flooring fading from the Colorado UV.

Heat Shield Window Films headquartered in Denver, Colorado teams up with APEX Dermatology to help protect against skin cancer.

Skin cancer in Colorado is more prevalent than you might think. Most people think they’re doing enough to protect themselves and their family. Research shows however, that you can get skin cancer from the comfort of your own home or office. For every 1000 feet in elevation the effects of Ultra Violation Radiation increase by approximately 5%. Clear, un- tinted glass only blocks 27% of the Ultra Violet Radiation. Installing Heat Shield Window Film can increase your protection to 99%!

Castle Pines, CO homeowners in prestige community choose Heat Shield IR-99 to enhance their million dollar views.

Several Castle Pines homeowners have decided to protect their castles against Colorado’s intense sunshine. Click on the link below to see how clear our products are. 
http://www.asolarsolution.com/videos/NanoCeramic.html

Heat Shield Window Films of Denver, Colorado does not recommend installing solar glass film on the following glass types.

  • SINGLE PANE GLASS LARGER THAN 100 SQUARE FEET. 
  • DOUBLE PANE GLASS LARGER THAN 40 SQUARE FEET. 
  • CLEAR GLASS THICKER THAN 3/8 INCH. 
  • TINTED GLASS THICKER THAN 1/4 INCH. 
  • WINDOW FRAMING SYSTEMS OF CONCRETE, SOLID ALUMINUM, OR SOLID STEEL .
  • GLASS WHERE SEALANT OR GLAZING COMPOUND HAS HARDENED.
  • VISIBLY CHIPPED, CRACKED OR OTHERWISE DAMAGED GLASS. 

Denver, CO high-rise, 410 Seventeenth St. installs Heat Shield IR-99 window tint film to improve tenant comfort.

Denver, CO high-rise 410 17th St. installs Heat Shield IR-99 Titanium Nitride window film on 6 upper floors to reduce solar heat gain and improve tenant comfort. Built in 1978 and at a height of 335’, the 410 building sits at the corner of Tremont St. and 17th St.

Colorado prestige home-owners choose Heat Shield IR-99 window film over traditional, darker and more reflective window tinting.

Denver residential homeowners that enjoy spectacular mountain views and beautiful sunny exposures will appreciate this new Nano-Ceramic window film. Older window film technologies make rooms darker and decrease visibility to the outside, especially at night. Our new Nano-Ceramic film is less reflective than glass so it enhances views both day and night. Our motto is “Block the UV and IR Heat and Enjoy the Visible Light”.

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