Benefits of Home Window Tinting
Residential Window Tinting is a great way to control the sun that comes in to your home. The sun can make certain rooms in your home unbearable during the day, so by applying window film to these rooms, you help to better control this. Residential window film has many different added benefits.
Open your blinds, shades, or draperies and let the sunlight in. In addition to blocking heat, home window tint reduces glare by up to 87%, making it easier for you to watch television or work on a computer in the comfort of your home. Because window films are made with ultra-clear, distortion-free materials, you won’t even know it’s there.
Most fabrics, furnishings and artwork can fade simply by allowing daylight to pass through an untreated window. Home window tinting with window films will block up to 99.9% of all UVA and UVB rays, helping to protect your family and preserve the color of your furnishings, fabrics and carpets.
According to the EPA Energy Star Buildings Manual in the United States, approximately half of a home’s utility bills are wasted by loss of heat and heat gain through untreated windows. Home window tinting can significantly improve energy efficiency. With a thin, virtually invisible addition to your home’s existing windows, window films can help you save up to 50% on cooling costs.
Glass can be a real hazard in the home when broken from accidents, storms, or break-ins. Safeguard your family and your property with safety films. This transparent but powerful barrier helps hold glass in place should an impact occur, and helps you defend against the unexpected.
Because your HVAC will not need to wrk as hard to keep your home cool, the life of the unit could be extended through the use of window film.
Contact The Tint Shop by Joe’s today by calling (559) 474-7238 or emailing us at email@example.com to learn more about the residential window tinting services that we offer. We would be happy to arrange an absolutely free, no obligation consultation and estimate on implementing window film into your home.