The Benefits of Window Tinting
Energy efficiency. This
energy-efficient material can help lower heating and cooling costs by
providing extra insulation. Also, installing window tint is much more
cost-effective than replacing old windows with new ones, resulting in
even more savings for the homeowner.
Slowed fading. Adding window
tinting can help boost the UV ray blockage properties of the glass. By
keeping out excess sunlight, window tint slows fading, helping
homeowners to retain the beauty of furniture, carpets, and artwork, and
protect their value for years to come.
Privacy. The addition of
tint on windows increases a home’s privacy and security by making it
more difficult to see inside, while still allowing a homeowner to look
outside with an unobstructed view.
Design. Some interior
designers use window tints as a design element because they come in
various attractive shades and patterns and no drilling of holes for
curtain rods is necessary. Also, placing window tint of similar shades
on the inside of a home’s windows helps give the home a more unifying
look from the street.