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  • Writer's pictureMatthew Sandherr

5 Advantages of Tinting the Windows in Your Home

Cut the Cooling Costs in Your Home by up to Half

It’s been discovered that about half of the utility bills in the home are wasted because heat gain and heat loss through windows that aren’t treated. Tinting your home’s window can improve your home’s energy efficiency.

Reduce the Glare and Heat

Open up your shades, draperies, or blinds and let the light come in. as well as blocking the heat, tinting your windows will reduce the glare greatly. This makes it a lot easier to work on your computer or watch TV.

Reduce UV Rays

Most of the furnishings, artwork and fabrics can fade just because daylight goes through the windows. When you tint your home’s windows, it will block many of the UV rays. This will protect your carpets, furniture and fabrics.

Protect Your Family and Home

When glass has been broken in your house, it can cause a hazard to your family and pets. When your windows are broken from an accident, storm, or a break-in, there’s always a chance someone will get cut. When you have tinted your windows, it holds the glass when impacts occur and safeguards your family.

More Affordable than Replacing Your Windows

Even though a lot of people replace their windows because they are old, many people replace them to make them more energy efficient. But when you choose window tinting, not only is it more affordable but it also takes a lot less time. If you are on a tight budget and you want to make your windows more efficient, you can do it with window tinting.

These are just a few of the benefits that you will find when it comes to tinting your home’s windows. If you are concerned about high energy bills and you are looking for ways to make your home more energy efficient, you can do it with window tinting.

It also makes your home more comfortable and it reduces the glare from sunlight that is coming through your window so that you can enjoy using your computer and watching your television without worrying about the glare that is on the screen.

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