RESIDENTIAL WINDOW TINTING

Enjoy a more comfortable, energy-efficient home with residential window tinting

Windows let in the light and offer beautiful views. But the sunlight they invite in can also cause hot spots and severe fading of your furnishings. And during storms or in the event of a break-in, windows are the most vulnerable points in your home. Residential window films are designed to reject solar heat, reduce fading, and they can add a valuable layer of protection to your home.

 

Why should you get residential window tinting for your home?

Benefits of adding Window Films: 

  • Energy savings: reduce cooling costs by up to 30%.
  • Fade reduction: block up to 99% of harmful UV rays to reduce fading of furnishings and carpet.
  • Sun control: improve comfort and maintain temperature consistency from one room to another.
  • Glare reduction: improve television and computer screen viewing.

Benefits of adding Security Window Films:

  • Crime prevention: impedes quick entry through windowpanes and glass doors
  • Severe weather and accident protection: helps hold panes in place to minimize flying glass due to violent weather or accidents
  • Available in clear safety film or with a tinted sun control option

Partner with a trusted residential window tinting company

Are you ready to schedule your free in-home estimate? Call us to schedule for one of the owners meet with you, in your home, to discuss your residential window film needs. There will be no pushy sales pitch, and we won’t waste your time. What will happen during the in-home appointment?  We will come measure the windows that you would like to discuss, show you film options that will work specifically with the type of glass installed in your home, and provide you with a written quote on the same day.

Residential Window Tint

Key Benefits of the Residential Window Tinting

  • Crime prevention: impedes quick entry through windowpanes and glass doors
  • Severe weather and accident protection: helps hold panes in place to minimize flying glass due to violent weather or accidents
  • Available in clear safety film or with a tinted sun control option
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Frequently Asked Questions

What do I need to know after having a window tint installed?

  • Please keep the windows rolled up for 24 hours after your appointment to allow the film time to cure.
  • You initially may see some fogginess and/or streaking, as well as some little water beads. This is due to the film being installed with a water solution. Rest assured that it is just part of the drying process and it will all go away. The manufacturers state that it could take up to 30 days to dry out, but in our hot Arizona climate it will be dry within a week or even faster (depending on the current temperatures outside). The more you can leave the vehicle in the direct sun, the faster the window tint will cure and dry out.
  • We will clean your windows after installing the window tint. Please don't wash the interior of your windows for approx. 72 hours. This will allow time for the adhesive to cure. After that, you can use a soft towel (microfiber is best) and water.

What is Window Tint?

Window Tint or Window Film is a product, typically made out of polyester, designed to coat the glass of your vehicle or home to filter, reflect, and/or absorb the heat and harmful rays of the sun.

What is the difference between Window Tint and Window Film?

Window tint and window film have the same properties. Window “film” usually is referring to residential or commercial applications and also can refer to products that have little to no color shading in them. Window “tint” is usually referring to automotive applications and tends to have color shading included. However, the terms film and tint are regularly interchanged within our industry.

What are the benefits of Window Tint?

Adding window tint to your auto or home provides UV protection, heat rejection, and sometimes privacy or security depending on the product that is used.

If I choose to have my Window Tint removed, is that possible?

Window tint can be removed if you no longer wish for it to be there.