Daystar Window Tinting Inc. Blog

A Brief History of Window Film

The concept of widow film can be traced to the 1960's, when it was mainly used to control solar heating in cars. Window film was found to be capable of reflecting solar radiation back from a window, thereby preventing the inside surfaces from warming up, after being...

Window Film vs Window Tinting

From reduced glare to lower energy bills, professional window tinting and window film both bring a number of benefits to homeowners in Northern California. The choice between film and tinting depends largely on personal preference, so as you weigh your options, be...

Common Residential Window Film Terms

Window film and tinting can do so much for your home. It can increase your home's value, protect your home from harmful rays and can keep those outside from seeing in. While there are many reasons to have residential window tinting and film installed, to derive the...

Window Film and Earthquake Safety

With all of the benefits that window film offers to homeowners and businesses - energy efficiency, glare reduction and lower utility bills being a few - it's amazing that more people haven't embraced window film in their homes. Fortifying Your Home  This is even more...

Does UV Protection Fade Over Time?

Protection from Ultra Violet (UV) rays from tinted windows will last as long as the window's tinted film remains in good condition. Top quality products are suppose to last from ten years to a lifetime maintaining their efficacy for UV protection. Tinted windows are...

8 Residential Window Film Facts

Homeowners are constantly looking for ways to save money on energy bills while protecting their investments. Residential window film allows you to do both by significantly slashing the amount of money you spend every month on heating and cooling, offering protection...