Residential Window Tinting Denver
The term window film may conjure up images of mirrored windows or opaque film that you may find in a commercial space. However, if you haven’t heard about residential window tinting, it may be time you learn about the other side of this application.
Residential Window Tinting Benefits
Our most common product for residential window tinting is energy saving film. If your windows are outdated, window film can actually often be even more effective at energy savings than fully replacing your windows. Here are some of the benefits:
- Anti-glare: Depending on which shade of film you choose, you’ll see a reduced amount of glare reflecting on your electronic devices, so you’ll be able to enjoy natural light at technology at the same time!
More comfort: Residential window tinting creates an environment that takes less energy to heat and cool. This means you’ll be able to better afford to keep your living space at a comfortable temperature year-round.
- Less maintenance: When your heating and cooling units don’t have to work as hard to keep your home comfortable, you’ll have less maintenance over time.
- UV ray protection: Untreated windows only block about 11 percent of UV rays from entering your home. These rays can fade your floors, walls, furniture, and curtains. Installing residential window tinting blocks 99 percent of all UV rays, keeping your belongings looking better for considerably longer.
- Energy savings: This is the biggest reason that homeowners choose our products. You can save up to 60 percent on your energy bills from installing window film, which means that your investment can pay for itself in as little as 2-5 years, and will continue saving you energy for many years to come.
Residential Window Tinting with Scottish
At Scottish Window Tinting, we use only the best when it comes to our products. Unlike some other options on the market today, none of our tinting products are adhesive based. If you work with adhesive based products, you’ll eventually see bubbling and peeling throughout your home. Our tinting actually forms a permanent bond with your windows to ensure this never happens.
If you would like to learn more about our products, the process, or to schedule an appointment for an estimate, give us a call or send an email today. We’ll set you up with an expert to take a look at your windows, and to show you the options for creating a more efficient home!