RESIDENTIAL

RESIDENTIAL TINTING BENEFITS

Fade protection from the sun
Over time, the harsh sun fades upholstery, furniture, rugs, hardwood floors and curtains inside your home and office. Professionally installed window film blocks out 99% of the damaging UV rays that ordinary windows allow in. This means your belongings will last longer without fading or discoloration.

Keep temperature and glare under control
Window film will reflect the hot sun in the summer and keep you comfortable all year round.  Film will also deflect that annoying glare you experience while reading or watching television.

Easy to maintain
Window film comes with a durable surface that can be cleaned with most everyday household window cleaners.

A protective barrier
Ordinary glass will break and splinter, but having window film on your windows can reduce the likelihood of injury, helping to hold fragments of shattered glass in place.

TAKE THE DEFENSE ON FADING

Laboratory studies of fabrics and woods show significant differences in the color stability of these products. Fabric fading results may vary, depending upon fiber type, dye color, and stability and/or pattern printing techniques. Expensive fabrics are not necessarily a guarantee of fade protection. Natural wood finishes are much more stable than stains or finishes which may alter the color of the original wood. Wood may actually darken with prolonged exposure to ultraviolet rather than fade to a lighter color.

Our window film is available in multiple shades and hues to fit your needs- from decorative to blackout film, we can provide the best protection for your home or office.

To enhance the life and function of the film, all solar control window film comes with a patented scratch-resistant coating and a full lifetime warranty on residential installations and 10 year warranty on commercial installations.

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To understand the causes of fading, one needs to know a little about the makeup of sunlight

Sunlight is basically made up of three elements:

  • Visible Light – The part which enables us to see
  • Infrared Light – The part which we feel as heat
  • Ultraviolet Light (UV) – We neither feel it nor see it, but it is the main factor in causing fabrics and upholstery to fade

All three elements of sunlight can contribute to fading, which is why effective film installations must harness all three. Ultraviolet absorbers are used to stop ultraviolet light within the film.

Professionally installed window film will block 99.9% of all ultraviolet rays (UV) with ultraviolet absorbers as an integral element of the film.