What are Window Films and How Can They Be Used?

What are Window Films and How Can They Be Used? - Window Tinting in Traverse City, Grand Rapids, Cadillac, Petoskey, Roscommon, Ludington, Michigan and their surrounding areas.

The Basics In simple terms, window films are comprised of a thin, strong sheet of polyester laminate that is treated in variety of ways to improve the look or performance of existing windows when applied. Typically, the film is applied to the interior surface of existing windows as a retrofit. To properly adhere to the glass, one side of the … Read More

Experts Agree, Window Film Can Help Cut Home Energy Bills This Summer

Experts Agree, Window Film Can Help Cut Home Energy Bills This Summer - Window Tinting in Cadillac, Grand Rapids, Petoskey, Ludington, Roscommon, Traverse City, Michigan

Several recent articles in major publications have experts agreeing that window films can help cut home energy bills. It’s one thing for us to say it, but we thought we would let the experts tell you what home window films can do. From Reader’s Digest, in an article entitled “13 Clever Ways to Slash Your Home Energy Bills“, PJ Feinstein … Read More

Seven Noteworthy Benefits of Utilizing Home Window Films

Seven Noteworthy Benefits of Utilizing Home Window Films

We recently came across an article published by Proud Green Home that discussed how home window films could make your house more energy efficient. However, in addition to energy efficiency, the article mentioned six additional noteworthy benefits of utilizing home window films. We have summarized them below as thought you might be interested in all of the ways that window … Read More

Home Improvement with Window Tinting

Home Improvement with Window Tinting

This is a great article that appeared on the website Proud Green Home that mentions several home improvement options with window film. Although the article was focused on how residential window films can make your home more energy efficient, we wanted specifically to share the seven ways they listed that your home would benefit from installing window film. The list … Read More

Energy Costs Typically Account for 30% of Total Operating Costs

Did you know energy costs typically account for 30% of total operating costs? As a building owner, manager, or engineer, you’re always looking for ways to reduce your operating expenses. Energy costs typically account for 30% of total operating costs and are usually the largest single expense. The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that one-third of a building’s cooling load … Read More