Vista Window Film for San Pedro Residences and Businesses Posted on July 11, 2017July 11, 2017 by Kimberly Tejada The southernmost community of Los Angeles is known for many things, but sunshine is an ever-present challenge – making Vista Window Film and San Pedro a perfect match. While Pacific Coast breezes or on-shore haze can keep the harbor town cool much of the time, the sun shines aplenty in San Pedro and more than one property owner certainly is concerned with the cost of keeping structures cool especially in summer and early autumn months. Vista Window Film focuses on delivering high-quality window film that engages modern technology to provide a stylish appearance while also bringing plenty of protective punch against the sun’s harmful rays. Challenge No. 1: Dangers of Ultraviolet Rays Southern California residents and visitors adore the sunshine and overall climate of Los Angeles especially along the coastal areas. However there is a caveat: too much sunshine without precautions can be disastrous. For people, ultraviolet rays (UV rays) in particular are an ongoing concern. In the past few decades most Americans have learned of UV rays due to medical reports but also a bombardment of advertising from sunscreen companies. And for good reason: UV rays are terrible for the biggest organ on our body, the skin. Unaddressed, ultraviolet rays can cause premature aging of the skin, harm your eyes and most alarmingly cause skin cancer. Quality residential or commercial window films in San Pedro or nearby communities like Wilmington or Carson takes on the trouble head-on. Challenge No. 2: Heating Properties of Infra-Red Rays For homes or commercial buildings on San Pedro or South Bay communities the other challenge is infra-red rays (IR rays), the spectrum of light from the sun that causes heat. We all love plenty of windows in our homes or workplaces to let in natural light or just enjoy views. But unaddressed, IR rays just plug away constantly at warming up interiors. This results in a demand for air conditioning system usage, which costs money. Today’s modern window films for structures reject a good portion of IR rays – and nearly all UV rays – keeping interiors cooler, more comfortable, and less costly to manage. Add Luxury Inside with Quality Window Film Many people think San Pedro is its own city, like nearby Long Beach. At one point it was its own city, but early in the 20th century it consolidated with the City of Los Angeles, which desired its own port to compete with other major metropolitan cities. What once was a major seaport focused on fishing became a significant regional economic player with the Port of Los Angeles. San Pedro today is known as a working-class neighborhood of L.A. and as such many residents lack the luxury of high-powered air conditioning systems or other cooling mechanisms for structures. Hence the need for quality window film like those offered by Vista Window Film or respected window film manufacturer Huper Optik. These window films keep interiors cooler and more comfortable and save a lot of money in the long run. Proud Heritage and History of San Pedro, California San Pedro has a history with U.S. military protection, serving as a U.S. Navy Battle fleet home port for more than 20 years, before most of the fleet headed to Hawaii to deter Japanese aggression. Much of that history remains, and proud long-time residents treat their hometown and properties with respect. The community has a thriving local economy with many small and medium-sized businesses, many of which are in older buildings that could use the cooling (and money-saving) power of window film on large glass windows. Please contact us today to learn more about Vista Window Film or other window tinting options for structures in San Pedro, Wilmington, Lomita or other nearby locales. Vista window film for homes. Vista window film can help lower your energy costs. Vista window film for businesses.