3 Benefits You Probably Didn'T About Residential Window Tinting

Window tints are well known for reducing the glare of the sun and giving a greater sense of privacy. However, that is not the only reason to put window tint on your home windows. Window tint can also help your home stay warm in the winter, keep your glass together if it breaks, and prevent sun fading inside of your home.

#1 Stay Warm in The Winter

Window film is well known for reflecting light away from your home, helping to keep it cooler in the summertime. However, window film is also beneficial in the winter as well. In the winter, window film will help keep your home warm. Window films helps keep your home warm in the winter by reflecting radiant heat that your home produces back into your home, instead of allowing the heat to transfer through your windows outside. This will allow your home to stay warmer during both the day time and the evening time.

#2 Keeps Your Glass Together

If your glass were to ever crack or break, window tint can help keep your glass together. For example, if you live in an area that gets strong wind storms, and your window gets hit with a projectile and breaks, the window film will help keep all the pieces of glass together. The glass will not shatter into your home. The window film will keep the glass together, protecting you not only from the glass, but from the elements as well until you are able to put in a new window.

#3 Prevent Sun Fading

Third, window film can help protect the inside of your home from fading. If you keep your windows open all the time, the light that comes in through the windows can fade numerous items inside of your home. Ultraviolet light can fade your furniture and your flooring. Ultraviolet light can also be damaging to your skin.

Window film helps filter out ultraviolet rays so that they don't damage your furniture or your skin. This is a great way to enjoy the benefits of natural light without experiencing the drawbacks of natural light.

Tinting your windows will give you privacy and help you regulate the temperature of your home more effectively. Tinted windows will also help protect your belongings against fading from the sun and will help keep your glass together should it ever break. 

Tinting has a lot of benefits. It can keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer. It can prevent the sun from fading your belongings and damaging your skin. 

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