Top Ten Reasons To Get Your Windows Tinted

Now days there are more reasons than ever to use some form of window treatment. From harmful ultra violet (U.V.) ray protection and heat rejection, to the added safety and security of professional window tinting, getting your windows tinted or coated is a smart investment.

1) Save Money: How can window tinting save you money? There are a number of ways that professional window tinting can keep more dollars in your pocket and they all go right along with the many reasons listed here. From increasing the life of your interior to reducing energy usage, it all ads up to savings.

2) Reduce Energy Costs: As you know there is nothing hotter than the heat from that great ball of fire we call The Sun. This leads to more power being needed to keep your home cool or maintain a comfortable work environment. Even vehicles use more gas with the air conditioning on. All of which create high energy bills. High performance window films reject heat and insulate windows efficiently without restricting visibility.

3) Increase Value: Adding custom interior design and practical renovations is known to increase property value. Window tinting does both by adding a stylish look, reducing glare, and cutting costs. It’s a fact that homes, vehicles, and buildings are worth more with glass coating and tinting.

4) Protection from UV Rays: Ultraviolet rays have always been dangerous.  Window tint is proven to reduce ultraviolet rays by up to 99%. This not only protects you and your family from skin damage, it also protects your interiors preventing damage to your property (furniture, paintings and artwork, car interiors, window treatments, etc…).

5) Safety & Security: Window tinting and glass coating provides safety and security features that both reduces the risk of injury from shattered glass and secures large plate glass windows without unsightly metal bars by making the glass vandal resistant with vandal proof window films. First, window tinting prevents glass fragments from shattering into smaller more dangerous by holding them together. Second, shatter resistant glass coatings and shatter resistant window film make it almost impossible to break the glass enough for entry, turning your glass windows into see through walls.

6) Added Privacy: Every one has seen limo tint or one way glass tinting, and these techniques can be applied almost anywhere. Since window tinting reflects light it acts as a one way mirror allowing you to see out while preventing others from seeing in. Most all window films reduce exterior visibility, but certain types of tint that contain sputtered aluminum, known as “high performance-metalized films”, increase this effect. Mirror tinting is also available, which uses a thin metal layer to completely reflect exterior light.

7) Enhanced Appearance: Nothing completes a windows appearance more
than a good tint job, whether it is sleek black limo tinting, or highly reflective building and commercial tinting. Furthermore, no one does a better job that Doctor Detail. You can rely on Doctor Detail for  great looking window tint services.

8) Sun shade: Reduce brightness and glare with light reflecting window films. Constant exposure to sun light can damage your skin and your eyesight. The suns rays are especially bad for kids eyes, baby shades and window screens don’t block all of the light. They tend to leave gaps or holes allowing bright light to penetrate and they restrict your visibility. Window tinting is the best solution for blocking bright sunlight.

9) Long lasting: New quality window films available today are long lasting. Metalized films with lifetime warranties and high performance films have put an end to that ugly bubbled-purple tint. You can get your windows tinted and feel at ease knowing you tint it is warrantied against fading and deterioration.

10) Unlimited uses: There is almost no end to the number of uses for window tinting these days. That being said here is a list of the types of window films to give you ideas of where you can use window tint.

  • Clear Films – for U.V. and heat protection without darkening your windows. Give you the protection you need without reducing visibility
  • Black Out Film – Turns a transparent window into an opaque glass wall. Black out tinting can be removed with no permanent damage to glass.
  • Frost Window Film – Security and privacy with an elegant look, and can be cut into intricate designs and patters for unique frost window graphics
  • Smoke Window Films – The standard shaded window films seen on cars, homes, and buildings. Includes the most commonly seen tinting, “Limo Tint”.
  • Mirrored Window Films – Reflective tint that give windows a mirrored look used on one way mirrors and two way glass.
  • Metalized Window Films – High performance window tinting manufactured with aluminum for longer life and higher heat / light rejection.
  • Bronze Window Films – High Quality film with a reflective bronze “tint”, no pun intended. Give glass a unique custom design look.
  • Colored Window Films – Add color to your windows and match a color scheme while reducing heat, glare, and U.V. Rays.
  • Safety Window Films – Shatter proof tint that can save lives, prevent injury, and also helps meet OSHA safety regulations.
  • Security Window Films – Similar to safety films, security films are shatter resistant, making it difficult to break in through windows.