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5 Benefits of Home Window Tinting You’ll Love

5 Benefits of Home Window Tinting You’ll Love

Did you know that the average American uses 10,812-kilowatthours a year on energy?

That’s a lot of energy and a lot of money being spent. Plus, it isn’t that great for the environment.

Everyone is looking to save money and move towards a green home. There are several options for doing so without sacrificing your lifestyle. One of those ways is to tint your window’s home.

Home window tinting may be a concept that you weren’t aware of. But you’d …

Increase Your Green Footprint With Green Houses

Increase Your Green Footprint With Green Houses

Energy efficiency and green living are popular these days and for good reason. Living green and increasing your green footprint both saves money and helps protect the environment.

After all, we get one Earth, and we’re quickly doing irreparable damage to our planet. Of NASA’s 134-year record keeping, all but one of the hottest 16 years have occurred since 2000.

That alone is enough incentive for most people to invest in green living. Though if you’re still not convinced, …

How Residential Window Tinting Can Lower Energy Costs

How Residential Window Tinting Can Lower Energy Costs

Even though the summer solstice falls on June 21st this year, the sun’s rays will be turning up the heat much sooner than that. While spending the day basking in the hot sun is great when poolside, it’s less enjoyable when you’re inside and trying to relax. Higher temperatures outside drive interior temperatures up as well, meaning a hotter (and more expensive) home for you. Summer energy costs can easily break the bank if you’re not prepared. We can help …

Why Window Film Bubbles

Why Window Film Bubbles

In some especially sunny regions of the country, you find that many of the residential windows are tinted to soften the glare of the midday sunlight streaming through the windows. Oftentimes, if you look closer, you’ll see blemishes that look like bubbles on the windows – trapped within the tint work. Why do residential window film bubbles form, and how can you minimize or eliminate their formation on your own windows? We’ll explore what causes them in the following; the …

Decorative Window Film: A Stained Glass Alternative

decorative-window-film-a-stained-glass-alternativeFor centuries, stained glass windows have graced have graced the most important buildings in the Western world. Everything from cathedrals and museums to stately homes and schools have all used them – almost to no end. At once, these serve both an artistic and a functional purpose. They are, by any definition, the epitome of what a window should accomplish. Unfortunately, they are also extremely expensive to create and install.

Interior designers and other aficionados of stained glass windows understand …

Knowing When it’s Time to Replace Your Homes Old Window Tinting

knowing-when-its-time-to-replace-your-homes-old-window-tintingMost homeowners love the natural light that their windows let in during the day. If you’re lucky enough to have a home with a breathtaking view, you probably spend a lot of time standing and sitting around those windows as well. They might even be the main attraction for visitors and guests.

Too much sun can be a problem when it comes to your home’s health and the functionality of your space, however. That’s why so many people have chosen …