Quick Facts About Window TintingGet Informed Not All Window Tinting Is Created Equall
There is a lot to think about when considering window tinting for your home or business. Here are some facts about window tinting that you may or may not know.
Window tinting depending on your ratio of glass to wall space can reduce your power bill anywhere between 20% and 50%. The average utility savings realistically achieved in the Southeast United States is around 30%.
Thousands of dollars every year are spent on refinishing and or replacing Sun damaged floors, window treatments and furnishings. Window tinting can help reduce the damaging effects of sunlight by eliminating UV rays, reducing heat and lowering visible light.
Return on investment with window tinting is typically around the 3-5 years depending on the type and size of the structure along with the amount of windows. The type of window tint chosen can also have a dramatic effect on the results.
Window tinting applies easily to your existing glass with little or no disruption to your daily routine its non toxic and can be removed if needed making it the perfect addition to your home or office.
Most Residential Window tinting comes with a manufactures lifetime warranty and commercial warranties start at 15 years. These warranties cover the film itself and include most everything except abuse.
You can improve the integrity of glass by the addition of window tinting creating a safer environment against shattered glass.
Security films can deter burglars. This film is thicker than regular window tint with a more aggressive adhesive. Security films hold the glass together making access to a home or office through a window a lot more difficult.
There are a lot of different types and kinds of window tinting available today. Not all of them are created equal. Some absorb heat and some reflect heat. Some are reflective and shiny and some are dull and non-reflective.Window tinting can be dark and some are light some of the light ones actually stop more heat. Some are quality and some are just colored plastic.
Contact us today and get informed about window tinting and how the different films work so that you can make an informed decision about the window tinting that’s right for you.