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Posts Tagged ‘ Residential ’

How to Maintain Your Residential Window Film

Friday, June 14th, 2019

There are several things that make residential window film a great investment, from it’s energy-efficiency to the protection from the sun’s UV rays. And you want to be able to enjoy the benefits of your window film for as long as you can. With the right care, you can keep your window film in great condition. Here are some useful tips for window film maintenance.


Why You Should Invest In Window Film

Friday, July 28th, 2017
Why You Should Invest In Window Film

Windows are vulnerable to a variety of things, which is why it’s important to have this feature placed on your house.

The tinting of windows has an interesting societal enigma. In many cases, people often believe that window films or tints can only be used on cars. We all see them, the vehicles with completely tinted windows. Yes, it can certainly be a style choice, but it’s a feature that offers safety above all else. The concept that isn’t as well-known is the installation of window film for your residential home. No matter what the situation is, safety is always a top priority. Our windows are vulnerable to a variety of things, which is why it’s important to have this feature placed on your house. (more…)

Decorating The Glass In Your Home With Custom Window Graphics

Friday, July 15th, 2016

Show your child the individual they are with creative window graphics.

If you have and artistic son or daughter, they’ll absolutely love designing their own window graphics. You could also give your front door, skylight window, or sliding glass door a new look with the help of a professional window tinting specialist. Bring your vision to life by adding aesthetically pleasing designs to your glass. Do you have a family crest? Decorate a pane of glass above your front door with it and show off your ancestral roots. Your home’s exterior is the first impression passer-bys get of who you and your family are. Give them something tasteful and accurate! Let’s take a look at some creative custom window graphics for your residence in this week’s blog.


See How Residential Solar Tinting Benefits You in Baltimore

Saturday, January 16th, 2016

It’s the middle of summer in Baltimore; hot, humid, and bright.  You would rather enjoy the day in a nice air conditioned living room lazing about on the couch, browsing your favorite shows. But with the blinds closed its just too dark, and with them open that sun hits you right in the eyes. If this sounds familiar, residential window tinting could be your answer.Residential Window Tinting Baltimore


The Benefits of Residential Solar Tinting in Baltimore

Friday, May 22nd, 2015
Residential Window Tinting Baltimore

As a factory authorized dealer of Vista® and LLumar® window films in Baltimore, we provide our customers with not only the highest quality installations, but the highest quality products.

In the best days of summer, the sun shines brightly upon Baltimore and provides a wonderful light that brings out the best in the city.  Of course, that same brightness can be difficult to handle when you’re sitting several stories up and reflections from the water or other buildings grow blinding.  Good residential window tinting can help protect you and your living space from this kind of light.

Invest in Energy Efficiency

Residential window tinting has one very simple job: reduce the amount of light that enters the space the window serves.  This is valuable in more ways than simply providing shade.  During the warmest, sunniest parts of the year, sunlight will heat an unprotected room to levels of heat far warmer than its natural temperature.  To combat this, the usual method is to use air conditioning or fans to keep the cool air flowing.  This costs energy—and you aren’t the only one thinking this way.  Electricity companies, especially in Baltimore, are willing to take out more from your bank account on these hottest days in order to pay for their increased energy production.  This leaves you with less money in your pocket.  Solar tinting reduces the energy cost by letting in less sunlight, and therefore less heat, meaning you use less energy to cool your home.  The cost savings are worthwhile.

Protect your Furniture

Your valuable assets are just as vulnerable to the sun as you are.  Window tinting can help prevent the worst of the sun from fading furniture.  The issue here is ultraviolet (UV) lighting, which is far more intense than the visible light by which we see.  UV light is powerful enough to almost literally burn away color from objects in its path.  Items in your windows, such as decorations, are the most susceptible because they receive the light first.  However, your expensive couches, tables, and even floors are at risk from UV light.  Putting in window tinting will reduce UV light entering your home—and as a result, protect your stuff.  Remember, you can’t simply paint over a sofa.  In most cases, sun-faded objects need to be replaced.

Privacy Matters

You probably don’t think of it very often, but a window works both ways.  You can see out, but others can see in, too.  Residential window tinting can block the view of overly-curious outsiders from looking in.  You deserve the privacy to enjoy your favorite TV show without someone across the street peering in at you.  The less they see, the better you feel.

As a factory authorized dealer of Vista® and LLumar® window films in Baltimore, we provide our customers with not only the highest quality installations, but the highest quality products. Our solar tinting is professionally installed with no mess, no hassle and minimal disruption.

If you need Residential Window Tinting, please call American Solar Tinting today at 1-800-0100. You can also follow American Solar Tinting today on Google+Pinterest, Facebook, and Twitter.

American Solar Tinting, Inc.
5917 Liberty Road Baltimore, Maryland 21207
Phone: (800) 969-0100