There are many benefits offered with window tint that is used on residential buildings, including a high level of privacy and preventing anyone outside from seeing your activities in each room. 

Window tint is also beneficial because it reduces your energy usage by preventing sunlight from filtering into a house or building you want to keep cool. Once the tint is installed, it can reduce your electric bill each month, leading to potentially hundreds of dollars in savings.

What to Consider When Choosing the Best Window Film

When shopping around for the best window film to install on your home, it's important to read reviews online to determine its overall quality and if other consumers recommend it. Look for window tint that is the appropriate size for each window in the building and can hold up well over time without suffering from premature deterioration. 

Choosing the right window tint for your home requires measuring your windows to ensure the tint covers the entire glass. It's also necessary to consider the percentage of tint, which can allow more exterior light to be blocked from the outside.

You'll also want to research the expected lifespan of each window tint to determine how long it'll last before it needs to be replaced in the future to ensure you can get the most out of your investment.

We can help you with all of these decisions, saving you the time and effort of researching and measuring.

Residential window with mirror tint.

Choosing the Right Type of Tint for Your Home

Mirror film is one of the most common types of window film to use on commercial buildings because it allows you to have a clear view of your surroundings while spending time in the building. From the outside, it has a reflective look, which prevents the office interior from appearing visible. With this type of film, the window is no longer transparent. 

Solar tint is also popular for those who want to create a comfortable interior climate and have more control over their energy bill.

If you want to create a stylish look on the outside of your house and create a unique look, decorative window tint is a great option that adds a pattern or design to your windows.

Blackout tint is another consideration that blocks out all exterior light from the sun or a nearby streetlight. This tint is ideal for those who want to enjoy uninterrupted sleep. You can install translucent window film if you want more light to enter the building.

You can also talk to our technician about installing carbon window film, which is manufactured without any metal. In addition, the matte look of this type of film creates an attractive appearance when you place it on every window.

Why Contact Professionals to Do Window Tinting 

Window tinting is challenging to perform without the right tools and experience. Although this type of project may seem like a simple DIY project, it can be easy for imperfections like bubbles to develop if the window tint is installed incorrectly due to a lack of experience and the correct tools.

By working with a professional, you can discuss your specific needs and obtain recommendations to avoid investing in the wrong product for your home. Our technicians are qualified to install window film that is perfectly applied, guaranteed!