The pros of residential window tinting

Usually when you think of window tinting, you think of car window tinting. Did you know that you can also add value to your home, as well as increasing your safety, comfort, and style, by tinting your residential windows? A seemingly simple process of applying a transparent sheet of film to glass can have tremendous […]

Skin Protection for Inside your Home

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Am I safe inside my home from UV rays?  The windows in your home can put you at risk for unknowingly exposing your skin to harmful UV rays. The UV light divides into three classifications: UV-A, UV-B, and UV-C. Of the three classifications, UV-A and UV-B are associated with sunburns and tanning as well as […]

Fade Control for your Home

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What is fading?  Fading is the gradual change in color. Fading can happen to upholstery, hardwoods, carpeting, artwork, wall paint, and more. Navy blue, dark green, dark red, brown, and black will appear to fade faster because of being deeper in the color spectrum than white, tan, or other lighter colors. Darker hardwood floors and […]

Everything You Need to Know About Heat Rejection for your Home

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How is Heat Rejection measured? Total Solar Energy Rejection (TSER) measures the heat rejected by window films. The heat entering through the window is comprised of several different components- 44% visible light, 53% infrared radiation, and 3% ultraviolet energy. The TSER takes into account each part to create a total percentage of heat rejection. The […]

Reduce Carbon Emissions with Window Film

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What are carbon emissions? Carbon emissions are the leading factor in greenhouse gasses, making up roughly 82% of the greenhouse gasses present in our atmosphere. They are created through burning fossil fuels (coal, natural gas, and oil), solid waste, trees, and other biological materials. How does energy affect carbon emissions? Heating and cooling your home […]