With the calendar turning over to September, the weather will soon be transitioning down to colder temperatures. The loss of outdoor warmth will translate to the inside of your house feel significantly cooler. Instead of turning up the heat in your house and making the bills skyrocket, there is another way you can prepare for the weather. By having your windows properly insulated, you’re making life easier (and warmer!).
Is It Worth It To Insulate?
The purpose of windows is to let the natural sunlight shine through into the house. With that natural light pouring in, you’re cutting down the electricity bill. However, windows are not efficient if they’re letting cold air sneak through. Windows, especially those of the single-pane variety, are not great for saving. The window frame is important, because cold air can quickly enter through any cracks. The glass, of course, is easily susceptible to allowing the cold to come through. There are plenty of ways heat can escape, but all of them can be avoided with the correct window insulation.
Window insulation essentially maintains the warmth in your house, and it prevents any type of heat loss through your windows. By having this luxury, your house will be warmer and your bills will be lower. The film used to create this insulation acts as a wall between the glass and indoors. You won’t have to worry about any malfunctions or heavy maintenance with this addition. You also have the option to easily remove it, so once the season ends you can take it off.
Window Film and Insulation From American Solar Tinting
American Solar Tinting has the expertise and equipment to keep your home or business warm with window film. We have almost 60 years of experience serving our wonderful customers without the Maryland and Washington, D.C. area. We offer a variety of solutions for you, whether you need residential window or glass tinting, logo graphics, or security films. For more information on how we can help you and your business, contact us online or give us a call at 1-800-969-0100. For more tips and tricks for your home and business, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, YouTube, and Pinterest.