Tinting the windows of your home can have a variety of positive benefits. From decreasing the harmful ultraviolet let that can affect you and your family, to reducing the sun’s effect on your home furnishing and wall coverings, and of course keeping your home cooler during those crazily hot Summer months. But some people are concerned that tinting their home windows will make their home way too dark.
Decorative Film has quickly become one of the latest trends in modern office spaces. From visual privacy to color and design details, decorative film can instantly transform an ordinary office habitat into "extra" ordinary.
Tinted car windows are commonplace. Tinting on skyscraper windows is almost mandatory. So what about home windows? Most people don’t think to put window film on the windows in their homes, but there are plenty of great reasons to make that small investment. Even though many new home windows already come with UV protection and sometimes thermal protection, additional coatings on windows can go much further. (Older windows, or less expensive brands, don’t have any coating on them at all.)
After 30 years in business at the Jersey Shore, one of the most common calls we receive is from do-it-yourselfers that complain, “It’s not as easy as it says on the box!” This prompted us to compile a list of 5 Important Reasons You Should Hire a Window Tinting Professional.
Boat window film is decidedly one of the hottest new trends for boat owners when it comes to marine window tinting. This solution is versatile, good looking and cost-effective. In fact, it could help you save thousands of dollars! Read on to learn more about four great ways boat window film can save you money.