By Tom PfeifferPhoto courtesy of John and Kate JohnsonThe front door has long been an important part of homes, but it’s also a key element of the exterior that you see.
This is because glass is a strong absorber of UV light, which can cause it to break down and leave a visible damage to the exterior.
In fact, according to a 2014 study by researchers at the University of Texas at Austin, glass can actually help protect the exterior of a home by absorbing UV light.
In a recent article in The American Journal of Preventive Medicine, Dr. Brian D. Smith, a professor of dermatology at the School of Medicine and the University College of London, looked at the effects of glass on the exterior and found that glass actually acts as a barrier to UV light when exposed to sunlight.
“The protective effect of glass has been observed in many different species, including many insects, birds, fish and mammals,” Smith said.
In the study, Smith and his team examined the effects that light, color, shape, texture, and other factors had on the color of the glass front doors that they examined.
In general, the glass doors were darker than the surrounding wall.
When light reflected off the glass did not penetrate the interior of the door, it did not affect the interior appearance of the doors.
In other words, the doors were not affected by UV rays from the outside.
“It was interesting to see that some of the most well-known features of glass front houses were not necessarily the most beneficial features of the front doors,” Smith told The Huffington Post.
Smith said that the study suggests that people may be more sensitive to light reflected from the glass.
“We think that people have a higher sensitivity to the light that comes through the glass, but this study also indicates that there may be other reasons for the high sensitivity that we are finding in these front door glass fronting houses,” he said.
Smith says that people should consider getting rid of glass as soon as possible.
“When we looked at this in detail, we found that in the United States, in terms of overall indoor lighting, people are actually more sensitive than people in Europe,” he explained.
“So, in a lot of cases, the reason why people have problems with these glass front facing doors is that people don’t use them for light, and they don’t know how to remove the glass,” he added.
Smith and his colleagues believe that if people do not remove the plastic panels that protect the glass from UV light and get rid of the plastic, they could actually improve their health.
“If people use a glass wall to protect their house from the sun and to have natural light, that can actually improve the quality of life,” Smith concluded.
“There is actually some evidence to suggest that people who use glass doors are actually healthier,” Smith added.
“When you think about the benefits of getting rid, it’s not just to protect the home from UV rays.
It’s also about protecting people from the potential of disease.
If you can protect your house from UV, then you can be sure that it will be safer for your children and grandchildren to be in the house.”