Temperature

If you live in an area that is prone to a high amount of direct sunlight and is capable of uncomfortably high temperatures, then it might be time to consider getting your home windows tinted. Many people try to “beat” the heat by blocking their windows with cardboard or blinds, but this is not a very effective way to keep heat out and of course blocks our view. By tinting your home, you can have the benefit of a cool and comfortable home and still retain your view of the outside world.

UV Ray Protection

It is no secret that our biggest threat from the sun comes in the form of invisible rays that damage our cars, homes, and bodies. If you look at the flooring near the windows of your house and you see that it is starting to fade out, it might be time to consider tinting your windows. Imagine this, you finally saved up enough money to buy those nice hardwood floors that you always wanted. Now, not even a year after getting them, they have already been damaged by the sun. It is important to protect your assets, and for most people, their home is their greatest asset. Protect you and your home with UV and heat resistant window tint.

It Won’t Be Too Dark!

There is a common misconception that tinting your windows will make them too dark. We are here to tell you that you can have your windows tinted to have the same benefits and keep the windows as transparent or translucent as you like. There are a variety of styles available, and you are sure to find one that best fits your needs. If you want to tint your windows for more privacy, you can select a darker tint type. If you want the same solar protection benefits without making your windows darker you can do that too! Window tint can vary in levels of opacity which allow us to tint as dark or as light as we want. Still providing our customers with the benefits of UV protection and heat reduction

Glare Reduction

Now this won’t be a huge concern for a lot of people, but it can make a significant difference in their lives. It is the arch enemy of every screen, monitor, and TV. Glare. I’m sure you have experienced a time when you were trying to watch TV and the glare from outside kept making it an unpleasant and annoying experience. Nowadays, it’s more than just the glare we see on the TV. We do so many activities from behind a screen. Trying to read a book on your new Kindle? Or perhaps doing some writing on your laptop while sitting and looking out your favorite window? Although many of us have just chosen to live with it, there is a way to effectively remove this annoying element from our lives. Tinting our windows can effectively eliminate glare from bothering you ever again.

Additional Security

Did you know that tinting your house can provide you with more security? Using a product called Security Film, your home will be more protected from a break-in. The way the technology works is that we install the very thick film (security film) on the window and seal it. Once set, it will serve as a deterrent to a break-in. Someone attempts to break the window, the security film will keep all the broken glass in place, making it very difficult to get through. It can take anywhere from a minute to one minute and thirty seconds to get through. Alternatively, security film can be used in other settings to keep you and your family safe. For instance, having security film reduces the chance of shattered glass flying and causing potential harm if something does happen to be flying into your window.

These 5 methods are just some of the most notable benefits for tinting your windows. If you are considering having your home windows tinted, then look no further than Apex Auto Glass and Tinting. We have window tint specialists who can help you decide what film would be perfect for you! Call today and get a free consultation!