Architectural tinting

A sun protection film is a special film that prevents excessive penetration of ultraviolet rays and sunlight into the room.

This film prevents overheating during hot periods, which saves on room cooling. During colder periods, on the contrary, the material retains heat, which significantly reduces heating costs.
Sunscreens can be installed both inside and outside the building. Exterior films were specifically designed for those rooms where architectural plans do not allow the installation of films from the inside. This way the installation takes place on the outside of the window, while the material retains all necessary functions.

You can choose matte or mirror films, the colour you like from our rich palette, as well as the percentage of darkening. In other words, the selected film is as if it were made to your specifications.

Colour films for windows are a decorative solution for your office or home. Do you want to add some colour or separate the space visually? Our company offers a rich palette of colours in mirror and matt finish to suit your choice.

Your comfort at home and in the office.

Architectural tinting – is darkening windows of commercial and residential buildings, designed to protect rooms from overheating, prying eyes or unwanted sun glare that could interfere with work. Tonesana.lv offers a wide selection of film, fast and high-quality installation and pleasant prices.

Protective or armouring films

Security or «armouring» films have two functions – they protect against excessive UV rays, protecting your interior from premature fading, and they increase the impact resistance of any window, which will increase the security of your office or home. «Armouring» films are available in thicknesses of 100, 200 or 300 microns, each with a different level of impact resistance. You can also choose a hybrid film that, in addition to its protective function, is coloured to your preference.

Athermal or infrared films

Athermal or infra-red films, like sun protection films, either keep out or retain heat, depending on the weather conditions. The difference is that athermal films are much lighter and have higher light transmission, as they are based on ceramics and do not have a dyed layer. Athermal films do not retain UV rays, thus they are an excellent choice for rooms with many plants.


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