We’ve mentioned it several times before, residential window tint helps minimize overall utility costs during the peak months of summer. Window tint keeps a home cool and comfortable by blocking up to 99% of the sun’s harmful UV rays and 80% of the heat created by the sun. Halloween is right around the corner, which means that the temperature is soon to drop even more. As we prepare for the Holiday season, we should also consider that our residential window tint could minimize costs during these cold months as well.
Bring it on, Winter!
Most homeowners spend about 60% of their total energy bill on heating and cooling so it’s important to find ways to minimize these costs wherever possible. Have you ever received your energy bill and been surprised at the price? High utility bills are a clear indication that a home is rapidly losing heat. Most likely the heat escaping your house is from the windows. According to the U.S Department of Energy, residential window tinting can help.
Residential window tinting can cut energy costs by up to 15% by stopping as much as 50% of radiant heat transfer and directing that heat back into the home.
Safety and Security
Ensure that your windows are properly installed and that there aren’t any small holes or gaps that could potentially allow cold air into your home. Protect your home from severe weather, break-ins, and graffiti, with safety and security films from American Solar Tinting.
American Solar Tinting Offers Professional Window Tinting
We may not tint airplane windows quite yet – But as a factory authorized dealer of Vista® and LLumar® window films, we provide our customers with not only the highest quality installations but also the highest quality products. Our solar tinting is professionally installed with no mess, no hassle, and minimal disruption. If you need Car Tinting, especially in preparation for these bright summer months, please call American Solar Tinting today at 1-800-0100. You can also follow American Solar Tinting today on Google+, Pinterest, Facebook, and Twitter.