Home Window Tinting FAQ for Colorado Springs Property Owners

Home Window Tinting FAQ for Colorado Springs Property Owners

So, you’ve finally had it with those enormous energy bills! You looked into ways to improve the energy efficiency of your home and came across window film. Home window tinting helps Colorado Springs homeowners save up to 30% on energy costs each year and is an effective solution for improving the energy efficiency of a property.

Whether you’re ready to dive right in or are still undecided about what you want to do next, you probably have some questions. Below, we’ve answered some of the top residential window tinting FAQs.


Home Window Tinting – How it Works

Window tinting is a relatively straightforward process that involves applying a thick sheet of laminate (usually made of durable polyester) to the inner side of the windows in your home. Homeowners invest in window tinting for a variety of purposes including added privacy, UV protection, aesthetics, security, and energy efficiency.


Residential Window Film FAQ’s

If you’re considering window tinting for your Colorado Springs home, these FAQs may help you get started with understanding the process as well as some of the benefits involved. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to reach out and ask our team.


How long does the process take?

A: It all depends on the situation. Most residential window film installs can be completed in a few hours. However, if your windows are hard to reach or there’s a large amount of glass, it could take longer. Window films usually take about 2-4 weeks to fully cure and reach total clarity.


How much money will I save?

A: Homeowners can save up to 30% on energy costs with window film, but every home is different. Outside factors may influence your ROI including sun orientation and exposure, square footage of your home, environmental conditions and weather, etc.


Is window film better than replacement windows?

A: Windows with window film tend to perform better than untreated single pane windows. Double pane windows can provide similar results, but the ROI takes years longer. Also, new windows are typically not recommended for historic properties.


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