Windows add distinction, elegance and light to any home. However, window panes can be a great source of heat loss in the winter or heat gain in the summer. You may be faced with the options of adding window treatments or installing replacement windows to minimize this problem. There is, however, another option to consider - home window tinting! Besides sun control, residential window film can also do much to manage security concerns. Please continue reading to find out the seven benefits of using tint on your home's windows.
Window film is the most efficient way to reduce unwanted solar heat transferring through your windows. It can provide up to 79%solar heat rejection versus untreated glass, while controlling hot spots and cooling off sun-drenched areas in your home or office.
Window films blocks up to 99% of UV rays, while also reducing heat. This helps to protect your valuable furnishings from fading and provides a “sunscreen” for your skin against the harmful effects of the sun.
Whatever the cause –direct sun, reflections from snow, water, or surrounding buildings-there is a perfect window film solution to help reduce annoying glare.
Window films decreases the heat that comes in from the outside which makes it easier and cheaper to keep the house cool in the summer. Residential window tint also has an insulating effect that will help the heat in the house during the winter, which drastically decreases your electrical bill..
Accidents, environments effects and vandalism can instantly turn a pane of glass into life-threatening shards. Window films can acts as “safety net” by holding shatter glass together.
Whether it’s a contemporary look or a uniform design, there’s a choice of window film products that can aesthetically compliment the exterior of a home.