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How Auto Window Tinting Can Increase Driving Safety

How Auto Window Tinting Can Increase Driving Safety

If you are considering the application of auto window tinting, we want to share a handful of tinting benefits that go beyond aesthetics or increased interior comfort. Auto window tinting can increase driving safety, particularly by minimizing sun and headlight glare. 

5 Ways Auto Window Tinting Could Make You Safer On The Road 

Here are five ways your newly installed window tinting could increase your safety while driving. 

Minimize sun glare 

Untinted windows allow UV rays from the sun into

Tax Incentives For Energy-Efficient Window Films

Tax Incentives For Energy-Efficient Window Films

With the summer months upon us, homeowners begin to look at energy-efficient methods to reduce solar gain and increase interior comfort. Installing window films is a smart way to achieve all of the above and benefit from Uncle Sam’s tax incentives for energy-efficient window films. 

Choose Window Films That Qualify For Tax Incentives 

Not all window films qualify, so make sure that you work with a licensed Bay Area window film installer to ensure you choose the right products. If

Window Film That Won’t Change Your Home’s Appearance

Window Film That Won’t Change Your Home’s Appearance

Tinted window films are one of the best ways to minimize solar heat gain, conserve energy, and enjoy greater privacy. There are plenty of window tints that don’t change your home’s appearance, keeping windows looking as clear and transparent as they do now, with the added bonus of window film benefits. 

Aren’t Interested In Dark Or Reflective Window Tint? 

Many homeowners believe installing window tints means adding dark or mirror-like films to their windows, potentially changing the exterior appearance.

The Science Behind Window Tinting

The Science Behind Window Tinting

Window tinting may look cool, or help to modernize the look of a car, truck, or service vehicle, or your home and business. However, there is a science behind window tinting, how it works, and why its benefits can improve the quality of your life.

Science And Window Tinting

Window tinting blocks UV rays 

First and foremost, window tinting was designed to block ultraviolet (UV) rays. In addition to hurting your eyes, causing headaches/migraines (more

How Window Film Can Help Migraine Sufferers

How Window Film Can Help Migraine Sufferers

Sunlight is a known migraine trigger, which is why window film can help migraine sufferers. In addition to triggering migraines, harsh sunlight exacerbates migraines and headaches, making it painful or even impossible to drive, keep the shades open in your home, or go to work. 

Window Film Can Help Migraine Sufferers Stop Suffering

There are several reasons why direct sunlight triggers migraines or makes an existing migraine or headache worse.  

Sunlight triggers migraines and can make existing migraines worse

Ceramic vs Carbon Window Tint

Ceramic vs Carbon Window Tint

Window tint comes in multiple options, varying in the types of materials or chemicals used to coat the underlying, transparent film – including ceramic and carbon. These tint layers change the exterior aesthetic, as well as the tint’s performance. Of course, products also range in price, depending on the strength and durability of the layer’s attributes.

So, while dyed window tint works well and is the most affordable option on the market, other products such as ceramic and carbon …