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2 10, 2011

Window tinting Phoenix – quality vs cost

By |2011-10-02T22:49:31-06:00October 2nd, 2011|Categories: Automotive Window Tinting, Commercial Window Film, Home Window Tinting, Residential Window Film, Window Tinting|Tags: , , , , , , |

Home and Office Tinting and Blinds, Surprise, AZ Window tint dealers in Arizona primarily sell window tint.  90% of Arizona tinting websites available do not disclose the products they install.  Window films vary in quality just like most products.  The adhesives are the first component of window tint to be exposed by the sun. Does [...]

12 09, 2011

Phoenix Arizona Home Window Tinting and Office Window Tinting

By |2011-09-12T15:31:21-06:00September 12th, 2011|Categories: Commercial Window Film, Residential Window Film|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |

Most people know about car window tinting - they also see it bubble and turn purple in a few years. I wouldn't want that  on my home or business. Home and office window tinting doesn't have to do that. Architectural window films are made a bit differently in the fact that most auto films use [...]

5 08, 2011

Ceramic Window Tint vs Metal Window Tint

By |2011-08-05T00:10:26-06:00August 5th, 2011|Categories: Commercial Window Film, Residential Window Film|Tags: , , , , |

Ceramic window films are made of non-metallic ceramics designed to absorb heat. These products are lighter and tend to be less noticeable on the glass. Ceramic products provide fade protection and some heat protection, usually 50-60%. Metal window films are made of different sputtered metals designed to reflect heat. In addition to fade protection, these [...]

2 08, 2011

Is residential window film safe for your glass?

By |2017-02-13T22:30:09-06:00August 2nd, 2011|Categories: Commercial Window Film, Residential Window Film|Tags: , , , |

Years of research, technology and testing have allowed window films to provide wonderful benefits for those choosing energy savings, safety, fade protection and glare protection. All of these benefits add up when you consider lowering your energy costs by up to 15% and protecting furnishings, flooring and fabrics from fading. Reputable window film manufacturers test [...]

28 07, 2011

Most glass doesn’t block heat very well

By |2011-07-28T13:33:39-06:00July 28th, 2011|Categories: Commercial Window Film, Residential Window Film|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , |

The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that one-third of a typical building's cooling load is from solar heat gain through windows. Nearly 75% of existing windows are not energy-efficient. Window films can reduce up to 85% of the solar heat gain. Proven in buildings throughout the world, LLumar window film has an impressive average payback [...]