Solar control films save more energy when applied on windows than it takes to manufacture the product itself. They do not have any carbon emission and save money while saving the environment too. Home window tinting has become an essential factor in the sustainability sector. Home window tinting using solar control window films is a safe and environmentally friendly way to make your home more energy efficient and protect your property.
Here are a couple of reasons why you should consider tinting your home windows:
Control Thermal Wounds
Modern residential construction design is greatly focused on increasing the flow of natural light. Large windows are the best way to merge the indoor and outdoor of your home for entertainment and leisure. However, with these large windows also come a few climate control challenges. During extreme weather conditions, soaring summer heat and freezing winters, your home air conditioning system will be working hard to maintain ambient indoor temperatures while you are losing a lot of heat through the windows. The home window tinting will help to control these thermal wounds and improve the effectiveness of your air conditioning system and reduce power consumption. It blocks out infra red heat from the sun during the hot summer months.
If you want to enjoy all the luxury of natural lighting in your home without giving up your privacy, then home window tinting is the best solution for you. The tint film applied allows for light from the outside to penetrate into your windows but creates a mirror effect on the outside so no one can see through the glass. You do not need to have heavy drapery in your home with these window films.
If you happen to leave your couch too close to the window where the sunlight penetrates, with time, you will notice gradual discoloration of the furniture. This is due to the fading effect of the ultra violet light rays. UV rays contribute to the deterioration of soft furnishings in the home with time if you do not have any solar control film on your windows. Besides furniture, your skin will also suffer from excess exposure to UV light. UV light exposure can also cause skin melanomas. The normal window glass does not block as much of the UV rays that damage your skin as compared to tinted windows which block almost all of these UV rays.