UV Protection for your home and family
UV film protect your home from fading and sun damage
UV Window Film Rejects 99% of harmful UV rays. Floors and furniture can be damaged or fade over time when sunlight is allowed to pass through untreated windows. The best way to protect your family and your most prized belongings is to have professional window tinting installed.
Since 1972, dermatologists have recommended window film as an effective skin cancer shield. Our premium UV window film carries The Skin Cancer Seal of Recommendation. The seal is awarded to products that protect against skin cancer, like sunscreens.
control glare with window tint
Take control of the sun with residential window tinting. The only thing that will melt is your energy bill.
Open your blinds, shades, or drapes and let the sunlight in! Home window tinting with our Best-in-Class window films reduces glare by up to 87%, making it easier for you to watch television or work on a computer. And because residential window tinting is available in a variety of clear, light and subtle shades, you’ll be able to enjoy your view.
added privacy for your family
Privacy added for the comfort of your family
One way window film is a type of mirrored privacy window film that offers a high level of daytime privacy. The reflective finish of one way privacy window film gives the glass a one way mirror effect when there is more light on one side than the other.
This means that, during the day, people on the outside of the window can’t see in through the glass, while you can still see clearly through it from the inside.
reduce heating and cooling cost
Approximately 1/3 of an average home's utility bills are wasted by heat loss in winter and heat gain in summer through untreated windows.
Windows play a significant role in regulating heat and energy in your home. According to the EPA Energy Star Buildings Manual, approximately 1/3 of an average home's utility bills are wasted by heat loss in winter and heat gain in summer through untreated windows.
Residential window tinting with window films can lower heating and cooling expenses by reducing solar heat from the outside, reducing hot and cold spots inside, and helping to prohibit heat from escaping.