There is more to window tinting than meets the eye. Windows are an important part of any structure because they let in light, open up a space, provide a view, and offer an escape route. Life without windows would be one that is dark and dreary.
Window Film Still Lets in the Light
Light coming from a window is like a welcome friend that has come to visit. Windows can present a challenge when it comes to energy efficiency, glare, heat, and UV rays. Window film is the answer to those unwanted problems. It is applied directly to the interior glass surface in commercial buildings, residential homes, and cars.
Block the Rays Using Window Film
The interior of a home or car is valuable and needs to be protected. Window film filters out dangerous UV rays which protects the occupants, upholstery, carpet, fabrics, and artwork. The film should filter both UVA and UVB rays for optimal protection.
Window Film Allows for Cost Savings
Windows are one of the biggest culprits of energy loss for any business or home. The solution is window film. The right film can make any window more energy efficient during the heat of the summer or the cold days of winter. The cost savings alone can pay for the window film installation.
Looks Do Matter
Window film can increase the value of a building. It is aesthetically pleasing and creates a good first impression. People notice when a business looks professional and their interior furnishings are protected from the sun’s rays. Window film comes in a variety of options including distortion free clear or different degrees of tint. It is much more cost effective and less disruptive to have window film installed instead of ordering all new replacement windows. It is possible to let in the light and save money with window film that is made for commercial applications and for residential homes.
Did You Know We Worked on the Capitol?
Shades of Texas participated in The Capitol Exterior Preservation Project, where we applied 3M Ultra 600 Safety and Security window film to all the windows at the State Capitol.