Window tinting for energy savings.

If you have been considering installing window film but still have questions about all of the benefits, keep reading. Although we use the terms window film and window tinting interchangeably, we are not talking about the product on your car windows at all.

Window tinting, Denver homeowners are rapidly discovering, is a way to cut down on their heating and cooling costs through the specific qualities of this product. It works both summer and winter.

In the summer, window tinting and Denver are the perfect combination. A lot of the summer’s heat blasts through your windows, heating up your home and requiring a lot of air conditioning to be comfortable. But once the window film has been installed, it will block up to 50 percent of that heat gain. Many clients report needing much less air conditioning, or not needing it at all.

With our high-quality energy efficiency window tinting, Denver homes are also able to save on their heating costs. The film acts as a barrier preventing the heat from escaping out the window. Clients report a corresponding drop in their heating bills, as your furnace needs to work that much less to keep your home warm and comfortable.

Window tinting for cars doesn’t do either of those two things.

But those aren’t the only benefits of home window tinting, Denver residents find. Because this product also blocks 99 percent of the sun’s UV rays. And those rays are the spectrum of the sunlight that causes your flooring, your art, your upholstery, and just about everything else to fade. Artwork, paintings, etc., can actually fade to the point of being ruined. This is particularly true of older works and prints that were not framed under museum glass or not done with today’s colorfast pigments.

So imagine the money you can save if you can keep your furnishings looking newer longer. Imagine turning over your sofa cushion and not being shocked at how much more vivid the colors are than on the exposed side.

Window tinting, Denver climate, and your home . . . are they the idea combination? We believe so. If you would like more information about window tinting and window films, and to find out which one is the best possible choice for your home, why not give us a call? We can answer any questions, give you a quote, or set up an appointment.

Mike Kinsey

For the past fifteen years, Mike Kinsey has been consulting on window tinting projects all across the United States. As the Operations Manager at Scottish Window Tinting, Mike strives to ensure that each and every customer is completely satisfied and personally oversees all projects from start to finish. His extensive background in project management and construction gives him unique perspective and insight which he brings to every job. Mike has sold and installed over 250,000 sq. ft. of window film and is an expert on all brands. He is certified by 3M, EnerLogic, and AIA for continuing education.

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