Three Reasons Why You Should Consider Getting Home Window Tinting
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Three Reasons Why You Should Consider Getting Home Window Tinting

You have probably heard about it online, on television, or maybe from a couple of your friends who are already enjoying the benefits of home window tinting. If you are still undecided whether to do it or not, here are three reasons why you should seriously think about adding tinting to your home windows.

1.   Cooling Cost Reduction

Having many windows provides you with natural light and warmth, which is healthier for you and your family. However, during long summer days, all these windows can make your home incredibly hot. By adding a thin film over your windows, you can keep the summer heat out, which can reduce your cooling costs to about 50%, according to the EPA Energy Star Buildings Manual.

 

2.   UV Light Protection

Even if your body needs it to produce Vitamin D, having an excess of UV light is a significant factor in the development of various skin cancers. Even more, too much of it can damage your eyes and suppress your immune system. Window tinting blocks about 90% of the UV light, which means additional layer of protection for you and your family, particularly if you don’t want to wear sunblock inside the house. Tinting your windows will also keep your furniture, art, and other home decor in good shape, as UV light weakens plastics and fades colors with time.

 

3.  Prolonging Window Life

With the emergence of new technologies, most old windows are no longer considered efficient. Instead of spending large amounts of money on replacing them, you can simply improve the quality of the glass by adding a film over it. Besides improving and maintaining the quality of your windows, the film also acts as a safety net should someone accidentally breaks it. Most of the time, the window tint manages to hold the glass shards together, keeping it from shattering on the floor.

To benefit from these advantages, you should start looking right now for a professional team that does residential window tinting. Not only should tinting reduce your overall energy bill, but you also protect yourself from the harmful effects of UV light. In addition, it should prolong the life of your home windows without having to replace them.

Sources

(Positive and Negative Effects of UV, sciencelearn.org.nz)

(How to Tint Your Home’s Windows, howstuffworks.com)