Is Tinting House Windows Worth It?
Window Tinting For Homes
Time and again, a homeowner finds themselves interested in winding tinting, but they are afraid of how it will look. That is when the team at Window Tinting Brooklyn shows them our ceramic window film.The company behind adhesives and other products, also creates the best window tinting film available for purchase. The ceramic series is helpful as it appears nearly invisible.
While reflective glass film may remain appropriate for commercial applications, most homeowners don’t want it for their windows at home. When tint is too reflective, it can appear tacky in a residential setting, and picky homeowners association members may make a stink over finding it installed at your place. Ceramic tint is not as reflective, but it continues offering relief. By reflecting infrared heat, you can enjoy the same benefits of traditional film with a clearer look.
Keeps Natural Light
Whether you have scenic window views or just prefer the look of natural light, ceramic window tint can keep you safe without removing your favorite features. Your application will remain longer lasting than with any other film available.
The reason why tints wear out is that over time, the metallic aspects of tinting start to break down. When that happens, it renders the film useless, and it begins peeling away in unsightly strips.
Because the ceramic film does not contain metals or dyes, it won’t corrode from prolonged sun exposure. That means never needing to worry about old, faded films and splitting adhesives again.
Superior UV Protection
One of the most frustrating parts of selecting a window film product is knowing how useful it is at keeping you safe. Unfortunately, without considering your options, you may not purchase the right product.
Typical window films will reduce UV rays from entering your home, but they vary wildly between about 30% - 80%. Ceramic provides superior UV protection by filtering out 99%.
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