Kansas Window Tinting Commercial & Residential

Kansas Window Tinting Commercial & Residential

First Accredited "Solar Control  Specialist" in the State of Kansas | Over 30 Years Experience

First Accredited "Solar Control  Specialist" in the State of Kansas | Over 30 Years Experience

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We’ve all experienced it. When the morning or afternoon sunlight creeps into a room, the thermostat shoots up and the air conditioning starts working overtime to cool the room. As if this wasn’t bad enough, the other side of the building ends up freezing. There is a solution; Window films reject up to 79% of the sun’s heat so your rooms stay at a more even and moderate temperature. This means your air conditioning system can work more efficiently, reducing your energy costs. Window Films help protect your home from damaging sunlight. Both financially and emotionally, you’ve made a tremendous investment in your home. Once that investment is made, the next step is keeping it looking beautiful. Unfortunately, fabrics, wallpaper, natural wood floors, photo and other valuables will fade when unfiltered sun shines through your windows.

 

The more windows there are in your building, the greater the benefits of installing window film. That is because window film does much more than simply control heat gain or loss. It also improves the safety, security, energy efficiency, and appearance of your building - all at a fraction of the cost of installing special glass. Save energy every day of the year. Keep heat from getting in and you will not have to pay to pump it out. Unlike drapes and blinds, window film rejects up to 79% of the heat that would otherwise come through the window. That can translate into a savings of about one ton of air conditioning for every 100 square feet of glass exposed to sunlight. And with the transition to more environmentally safe chlorofluorocarbon refrigerants to power air-conditioning units, you will be able to offset the diminished chilling capacity by keeping heat out.

 

In addition to keeping solar heat out during the summer months, Window film keeps you warmer in the winter months by reflecting manmade heat back into the building. This can reduce heat loss by up to 30% to save you money and improve occupant comfort. In addition, an energy-efficient building puts less strain on your heating and cooling system.