With energy costs on the rise, window tint is one way to save on your monthly bill. Applied to the interior side of your window glass, it can increase heat rejection up to 84% and lower bills by as much as 30%. With an average lifespan of about 10 years, your investment will quickly pay for itself. There are many different colors and shades of tint, which makes it easy for you to get the look and performance you desire.
In addition to reducing energy costs, window tint also reduces glare on TV screens and other electronics. It also blocks 99.9% of UV rays coming into your home, which helps preserve your flooring, drapery, paintings, photos, electronics, musical instruments and other items affected by direct sunlight.
Tinted window film can be applied to windows, glass doors, glass door panels and skylights throughout your home or only in rooms where glare or UV damage is a concern.
While tinted film can afford you some measure of privacy, there are other ways to give yourself privacy while improving the appearance of your home. Frosted window film looks exactly like frosted glass but doesn’t carry the same cost.
Applied to glass door panels, glass doors, bathroom windows or glass shower doors, frosted window film gives you privacy while still allowing natural light to pass through the window.
In addition to full coverage, frosted film can also be cut into interesting shapes or turned into decorative accents that leave some of the glass uncovered.
If you’ve always enjoyed the look of stained glass but could never justify the cost, you can use colored window film to create the same look at a fraction of the expense.
Whether you use a single color or combine several to create an interesting pattern or mural, colored film has almost limitless options to help you achieve the exact look and effect you want.
Even homes with a security system in place are vulnerable to “in-and-out” thieves who strike fast and escape with your valuables before your security company have time to act.
Depending on its thickness, security film has the ability to keep glass intact in all kinds of situations where it would normally shatter. It can act as a deterrent to people trying to break in, since the time it would take to break the glass would require more time than it takes for your security company to act and the police to arrive.
In addition to the threat of crime, security film can also protect your glass windows and doors in extreme weather conditions.
You can also combine the safety of security film and the comfort of tinted film with a special kind of film that offers the benefits of both.
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