Window films and tint
Improving your home energy efficiency
and increase privacy at the same time
Modern window films and tints have helped make the windows we have today
safer, more efficient, and protective. Sunlight rays enter our homes, buildings and vehicles as radiation. The
ultra violet spectrum of light can damage your homes furnishings, drapes, floors, even your skin. But tinting
provides a barrier from this destructive sunlight.
Window films and tints have come a long way in recent years. From a humble beginning as basic
protection from the sun, window film now includes characteristics such as optical thermal radiation blocking, heat
insulation, privacy protection, and shatter proofing safety performance.
Optical Thermal Comfort
Tinting provides optical protection by bringing the bright light down to a level that is more
comfortable to the eyes. By tinting windows you prevent the full effects of suns rays from glaring off smooth
surfaces and shining into your eyes. That means less squinting - could that mean less wrinkles?
Businesses and homeowners all want to keep operating costs as low as possible. Window film tinting
is a great way to help with this effort. Films can provide significant insulation from the sun. By keeping the heat
out, you can lower your air conditioning related expenses and function more efficiently and economically.
The reflective surface of window film brings a significant amount of privacy to any window. Instead
of being able to see right through a window, outsiders are treated to a reflection of the outdoor scenery.
A reflective surface like this brings you a mirror like privacy while still letting the pleasant
light fill the room. It's like having a one-way mirror for a window: you can see out, but they can't see in.
Shatter Proofing Performance
The film lining is laminated onto the glass itself. In the event of a window breaking, the film
will prevent shattered glass from scattering and showering down. This is great protection you from being wounded
and pierced by tiny pieces of sharp glass splinters.
Window tinting has practical usage with the automotive industry as well. Today, car owners can
bring all the benefits of home tinting into their cars as well. Tinting car windows can highlight the uniqueness of
every car, and give a very clean look. By obfuscating the details inside, all an outsider can see is the clean
external details of the car - looks good too.
Homes, cars, hospitals, offices, and schools are but some of the places and things which can
benefit from window tinting. Simply put, with films and tints, you'll never 'see' your windows in the same way