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Tinting Home Windows


The endless number of sunny days in north Florida is what most people enjoy about living in the south. But sometimes that sun can be a burden, even when you are indoors.

By having your home’s windows tinted, you can enjoy the sunshine without all the downfalls it can have on your home. By reducing the amount of sunlight and UV rays that enter your home, you and your family can enjoy the great indoors and even save some money at the same time. Tinted windows can also add a level of safety and style to your home.

Keep your home looking stylish

Sunlight can make your furniture and carpet fade and look worn quicker than normal. The best way to protect them without having to keep the blinds closed is to have your windows tinted. The film added to tint your windows still lets in plenty of sunlight for you to enjoy while also keeping your furniture looking great for years to come.

Tinted windows also add style to any room. While blinds and drapes have to be changed when you get new furniture, tinted windows look great no matter what type of décor you prefer.

Blocking UV Rays & reducing heat

The Jacksonville sunlight is a great source of Vitamin D, but the UV rays the sun gives off can be harmful for your health and even cause cancer. By tinting your windows, you can reduce the number of UV rays that enter your home by up to 90 percent. Blocking these rays will keep you and your family safe from UV rays without avoiding the windows.

By regulating the number of rays that come into your home, you will also notice a difference on your energy bills. Tinted windows can still help keep your house warm in the winter by letting in some sunlight, but will also reduce the amount of heat that comes in during the summer by reducing some of the sun’s rays.

Reducing Glare

Electronics such as cellphone, tablets, and televisions are used on a regular basis inside almost every home. Direct sunlight can make it difficult for you to enjoy any of these electronics near a window unless you close your blinds because of the blinding glare it can cause. Tinted windows can help reduce this glare, so you can still enjoy the sunlight and your devices at the same time.

Added safety

One feature that most people don’t think about when they are considering having their windows tinted is the added safety they provide. The same film that limits the amount of sunlight coming into your home as increases a window’s durability and prevents glass shards from scattering when they do become damaged.

To get your free estimate on residential window tinting, contact us today!

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