We offer an array of energy saving window tinting that will pay for itself in as few as three years with the savings you’ll see in your energy bills. But our energy efficiency window films do more than just cut costs. They also provide a ninety nine percent UV block, virtually doing away with the rays of the Colorado sun that cause furnishings and interiors to fade. This can help your flooring, upholstery, art work, and furniture to stay new looking much longer.
Energy efficiency home window tinting also cuts glare, making you more comfortable in your own home and able to enjoy the sun all day long, without having to draw the curtains so that you can read your phone, tablet, laptop, or watch your TV.
What if your windows could save you money on your heating and cooling costs, year round? In Colorado’s ever-changing climate, with its sweltering summers and frosty winters, many homeowners find they need either air conditioning or heating for much of the year.
The US Department of Energy reports that approximately thirty percent of the energy homeowners use to heat and cool their homes is lost, simply because their windows are uninsulated, particularly as compared to the walls and roof of the home.
But replacing perfectly good windows just to get better insulation is an expensive project, and with today’s energy saving/energy efficiency window films, entirely unnecessary. Window films will give you the same benefits as low-E replacement windows at a fraction of the price, and without having to rip out your windows and disrupt your family life.
Energy efficiency films block heat loss through the glass, and reflect the heat back into the room. This can eliminate cold spots in the home and make even sitting near a window comfortable.
Energy efficiency films block solar heat gain. If you’ve ever sat near a window in your home when the sun is pouring through in the summer, you know how much that can heat up your room, and how much harder your air conditioning system needs to work to keep it cool. When heat gain is blocked, rooms stay naturally cooler.