Some myths about house tinting

There’s nothing like bringing a little bit of the outdoors into your home.

Potted plants and flowers add vibrant color and life to your living space.

If you are fortunate with a “green thumb,” then you may be leery of window tinting for fear that your house will be too dark for your beautiful plants to continue to flourish. This is the first myth that we want to debunk! Window tinting, rather than harming your house plants, can help protect them. While still receiving the benefits of natural sunlight, your plants will be protected from the harmful effects of the sun’s UV rays. Whereas your plant may have gotten burned by the direct sunlight coming through your windows in the past, they will no longer be subject to those intense rays. Yes, window tinting may benefit some of your plants! Some people think that window tinting will make their house look too dark! Window tinting is primarily designed to block out harmful UV rays, the type that fades your flooring and burns your houseplants. While a darker tint will block out some of the sun’s visible light, causing a room to be less bright, there are a variety of tint chances to meet the desired effect you want to achieve for your living space! Some people believe that window tinting will make their house look old. That is honestly what many of you picture when you think of residential window tinting. But, that is NOT what we offer. First, the quality of professional window tinting is leaps and bounds above that of do-it-yourself tint which may bubble and/or peel. Second, as we mentioned above, we offer a wide variety of tints. You can even have a clear tint which won’t change the look of your house at all. Some people avoid window tinting because they think it won’t make a difference, but, that is far from the truth, then you will be amazed at the difference house window tinting makes. By blocking over 99% of harmful UV rays, your flooring, furniture, window coverings, and artwork will all be protected from the fading and discoloration that UV rays cause. This will save you money as these items will not need to be replaced as frequently, however another benefit of residential window tinting is that you will save up to 30% on your energy bills. Your a/c and heating system will not have to work as hard to maintain a consistent temperature in your house because the window tint will help regulate the temperature.

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