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by admin | October 7, 2016

Saving money on energy costs is always a top priority. A great way to do it is with residential window tinting.

Why?

Because tinting stops direct sunlight from entering your home and causing your air conditioning unit to work double or even triple time. The main thing that you should know about tinting is that it can be done in one of two ways:

The first involves replacement—it’s expensive.

The second involves the application of a tinted window film—it’s not expensive.

 

How do I determine if window film is right for my home?

Window film is great if you’re looking to avoid replacement costs. It’s also great on windows that are structurally sound, too large to be replaced, or located in a specific room.

Some of the great benefits of window film are:

  • Improved energy efficiency
  • Low cost
  • Low maintenance
  • No furniture damage due to UV light
  • Increased home value

If you’re looking for any of the above benefits, window film is a great way to get them.

 

Will window film void my home warranty?

Maybe.

If you decide to use a manufacturer that will match your new film to your old one, then your warranty will not be voided.

However, if you choose to go with a manufacturer that doesn’t match window films, your warranty will certainly be voided.

 

How do I find a manufacturer that can help me?

It can be tricky. The most important thing is that you find someone who offers quality film.

At Tint King, we believe in a quality film that lasts longer, looks better, holds up stronger, and provides perfect solutions.

We’re constantly searching for ways to provide our customers with better products for lower costs.

When applying tinted window film, we always match the new film to the old one. Customers never have to worry about their warranty being voided.

 

Conclusion

You now know everything about tinted window film for your home. When you’re ready, please contact Tint King. We’ll gladly take your call, and address any questions or concerns. We’d love to help make your home better.

 

 

 

 

 

 



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