Stained glass and/or historic windows are beautiful decor details in many churches, but often present a glare problem causing congregation members to use their pew Bibles more for shade than inspiration. In the past, these have been tough solves because you don’t want to film the stained glass on the inside, and the exterior film choices to cover the storm glass commonly on the outside of these type of windows were limited to high-shine mirror reflective – not the look most churches are going for – or using a film meant for the interior on the exterior – meaning no warranty.
Luckily, new to our film line-up just the past few years is an exterior non-reflective window film! We recently applied it to reduce glare for a Presbyterian church near Lewisburg, TN.
Our installer, Drew, is six feet eight inches tall, so he had some height advantage on this job! Exterior work is always a gamble with scheduling – Good thing he had an extra layer of clothing on that day, it was a breezy 52 degrees in May!