Frequently asked Questions

Q: What’s the difference between EnerLogic® 35 and EnerLogic® 70 window films for commercial buildings?
A: Both EnerLogic films share the same industry leading low-e (low emissivity) technology and provide year-round energy cost savings. The key differences of EnerLogic 35 include: ongoing energy cost savings of up to 15% annually, a typical return on investment in 3 years or less, and a slightly darker shade than EnerLogic 70. The unique characteristics of EnerLogic 70 include: ongoing energy cost savings of up to 10% annually, a typical return on investment in 5 years or less, and a virtually invisible appearance that doesn’t change the look of existing glass from the inside or the outside.
Q: Can EnerLogic window film be installed on odd-shaped windows in commercial buildings?
A: Yes. EnerLogic installation professionals cut window film specifically for each individual frame. That means a custom fit for every window.
Q: Do EnerLogic® commercial window films require special care or cleaning?
A: Yes. EnerLogic Window Film products are unique in composition compared to all other window films. They require special care to avoid permanent damage to surface coatings. Should any cleaning be necessary, wait at least two weeks after installation before doing so. Learn more:
Q: Will my window film bubble or turn purple?
A: No. Purple, bubbling film is a sign of a very low-grade window film whose mounting adhesive and dye components have broken down. EnerLogic® films are warranted against this, using more stable and advanced dye chemistries and / or permanent metal layers that do not discolor over time.
Q: How are window films installed?
A: EnerLogic® window films are installed by our professional dealer network. Installation is quick and hassle-free and our dealers will take you through the process step-by-step. The film may be computer cut to precisely fit your windows and is usually installed on the interior side of the glass using adhesives that are water activated. Window films usually need time to cure or dry out – usually for a number of days, but it can often be longer.