ThermaFrost – Conservatory Roof Window Tint
- Colour: White Frost
- Reflects 30% Of Solar Glare
- Creates an Aesthetically Pleasing Finish
- Does not fade over time
- Applied Internally
- Prevents UV Light
- Free Next Day Delivery
ThermaFrost – Conservatory Roof Window Tint supplied by Multifoil Insulation. Available with Free Next Working Day Delivery Nationwide as standard!
ThermaFrost is designed to be fitted on the underside of Conservatory Glass Roofs. Furthermore, it can be used on windows in the Conservatory.
The material will create a white opaque finish which will add privacy and also reduce sun glare.
Multifoil Insulation advise installing on flat, clean glass. We do not recommend installing ThermaFrost on rough cast glass surfaces, or when the glass is extremely cold.
Whats included in the ThermaFrost Kit for Conservatories?
Below are all items in the ThermaFrost – Conservatory Roof Window Tint kit;
- ThermaFrost – 760mm x 30m (22.8m²) OR 1520mm x 30m (45.5m²)
- 3 x Microfiber clothes
- Cutting Knife
- Spray Bottle
- Rubber Squeegee
- Free Next Working Day Delivery to UK Mainland (Must order before 2pm)
We strongly recommend to read the fixing instructions prior to installing ThermaFrost for conservatories.
Considering Insulating your Conservatory Roof?
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Our Multifoil Insulation products work in two key ways. The first is by the internal foil, which helps retain heat in your conservatory in winter. The second is by repelling away unwanted hear in the summer months.
Many conservatory companies will chase thousands of pounds for this work. Insulating your conservatory yourself at the fraction of the price!
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ThermaFrost is available with Free Delivery to UK Mainland. If ordered before 2pm, it will be delivered free shipping next working day.
Friday afternoon and weekend orders are delivered Tuesday.
Orders can be placed online or over the phone, please call direct on 0114 323 0012.
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Is there any preparation required, prior to installing this?
The area should be completely free from particles of dirt. Failure to remove dirt will cause it to trap behind the film. Although we appreciate airborne dust may get beneath, this will be minimal and will not impact the performance – but do ensure you remove any visible dirt / dust prior to starting. You can use 1 tablespoon of washing up liquid to every 1 pint of cold water to wash the glass, then squeegee dry.
How do I apply the Film?
Cut the film to size (but make it a little wider and longer) using the knife provided in the kit / scissors. You should spray the window and the adhesive surface generously and place the film on the wet glass. The adhesive side should be in contact with the class. It is essential that you keep the film taut and straight, you want the film to be straight and not to wrinkle as its very difficult to flatten it once applied.
Is there a trick to using the squeegee to secure the film?
Spray the film with your solution, do your first stroke horizontally across the window. The next stroke should be downwards, further strokes should go downwards working away from the first.
At what point should I trim the film down, given we are advised to make it a little bigger pre applying?
After you have squeegeed the film, you should then use the knife provided. Trim the excess away and then squeegee again, applying firm pressure. At this point you can also focus on firmly pushing down all of the edges too.
What do you do if you accidentally trap a particle behind?
Life the film carefully from the corner and remove it before replacing the film. Ensure when replacing that you use sufficient solution before replacing the film.
When should I apply my Tint Kit?
We do not recommend installing the Tint Kit on a day when the temperatures are below freezing, or when there is direct sunlight shining in.