Without protection, the sun can harm and discolor surfaces and objects.  By blocking out 99% of the sun’s harmful UV rays, window film attacks the primary culprit of interior fading.

Windows play a significant role in regulating heat and energy loss in your home. Approximately one-third of an average home’s utility bills are wasted by heat loss in winter and heat gain in summer through untreated windows (EPA Energy Star Buildings Manual).

Residential window tinting can lower heating and cooling expenses by reducing solar heat from the outside, reducing hot and cold spots inside, and helping to prohibit heat from escaping.

Tinting Benefits:

  • UV Protection
  • Reduce Heat and Glare
  • Safety and Security
  • Privacy

Reduce Cooling bills and Lower Room Temperatures up to 15 Degrees

Clear glass transmits heat and energy and also allows heat to escape, increasing utility costs year-round. Window films act as thermal shields, reflecting the hot sun in summer and insulating against inside heat loss during winter. You’ll cut both ac and heating costs as you conserve energy. Window films will keep you cooler in summer and warmer in winter, reduce uncomfortable solar “hot spots” in your home, and reduce annoying and distracting glare.

Added Strength & Security to your Windows

Window films add a degree of shatter resistance to the glass in your home. These films bond to glass and help hold dangerous glass fragments in place should breakage occur due to accident, natural disasters, or illegal entry.