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Reduce Summer AC Bills with Residential Window Films

Most of the country is in the thick of the hottest days of the Summer. For many of us, the warm Summer weather is something we look forward to all year long. However, it often also brings higher energy bills as we use our air conditioning to keep our home cooler and more comfortable. With this in mind, we wanted …

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How to Protect Against Sun Faded Floors & Furnishings

Furnishing a home can be expensive. From flooring to furnishings, the costs can add up quick. With so much invested, doesn’t it make sense to take steps to protect that investment from sun fading? While we all love open and airy homes with lots of windows, the biggest threat to your floors and furnishings can be right outside those same …

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Not Getting an Indoor Sunburn Doesn’t Mean Skin Damage Isn’t Occurring

Are you aware that your skin is susceptible to UV damage from the sun when you are inside? A recent article in Business Insider called “You can get sun damage through a window — here’s how to protect yourself indoors” by Madeline Kennedy discusses this. With Summer just kicking off, we wanted to share some information from the article about …

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Cost Effective Energy Efficient Solutions for Homes & Commercial Spaces

If you are looking for cost effective energy efficient solutions for a home or commercial space without breaking the bank, you should consider a professionally installed window film. Window film innovation has taken major leaps in recent years and the film installed on home or commercial windows has little in common with the basic window tint you might find on …

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Window Films vs Window Treatments – Which Is Better For You?

Are you struggling between installing a window treatments or window films, this article is for you. While some of the choice might come down to personal preference, you should compare each product with regard to energy efficiency, glare reduction, UV protection, privacy and safety and security. This article was written to help you make an informed decision that will benefit …

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Federal Tax Credit of $500.00 Announced For Home Window Films

Great News! The Home Window Film Federal Tax Credit is Back! It was recently announced that a federal tax credit of $500.00 is available for residential energy efficiency upgrades that include window film. A press release on APNews.com explained it this way. “The tax credit is available for up to 10 percent of the documented amount paid for qualified nonbusiness …

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Three Things to Consider Before Purchasing Vehicle Window Tint

Vehicle window tint is something not many people give a second thought. While you may know that you want it done, how much research have you done to ensure that you will be happy with the overall result? Unfortunately, most people only notice a window tint job when it is done improperly or the window tint film itself has gone …

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Five Reasons to Make Window Film Your Next Home Improvement Project

As we see Spring on the horizon, have you considered some home improvement ideas to make your home more comfortable this year? Now is a great time to learn how home window films are a terrific fit for your next home improvement project. After reading an article in the Huffington Post by Sam Cohen titled “Build Superior Homes By Installing …

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Whole Building Design Guide (WBDG) Discusses Architectural Window Film Uses & Benefits

We came across an extensive article in the Whole Building Design Guide entitled Window Film Fundamentals that discusses architectural window film uses and benefits. We wanted to summarize the findings of this article on how window films can benefit your home or commercial space. Architectural Window Film Uses and Benefits Climate and Energy Control – Window film significantly reduces solar …

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Skin Cancer Prevention – Ways to Protect Your Skin Throughout the Day

Sun protection is a serious matter. While fad diets and pop science tout “cancer preventing” super foods with difficult to pronounce names, protecting yourself from the most common type of cancer really comes down to blocking UV rays. Skin cancer affected more than 5.4 million people in the United States in a single year, according to the Skin Cancer Foundation. …