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Making an Informed Decision

  • Shading & Solar Tinted Film

    Something rarely considered when deciding to install solar tinted film is whether or not the windows are partially shaded at times. This will have a direct impact on your approved film selections. Total shading is not an issue, it’s partial shading that can cause problems. If, for instance, you have awnings on your windows, then decide to film those windows for additional heat & glare reduction, it’s important that you make your film dealer aware of the awnings, just in case he doesn’t pick it up. Varying heat loads on glass can cause stress cracks & or complete fractures of

  • As a homeowner, most of us do not require security film unless we have large glass entryways into our home that could be penetrated by a would be thief or vandal. Security films are utilized primarily by business such as bank, jewelry stores, rest & other service providers that have cash on hand, or valuable merchandise that present targets for would be thieves. Another application for security films are found in public spaces, such as schools, churches, & event gathering spaces. These spaces generally host large gatherings of people who could be targets for violent acts by deranged people. Schools have

  • Many film fabricators offer both interior and exterior films for both residential and commercial window tinting. Why might you ask would I select one over the other? When working with either residential or commercial exterior films, the benefit of putting the film on the exterior surface allows it to reflect the Sun's heat before it ever penetrates the glass. One could surmise that this would be much preferable to an interior film that must do its work after the sun has heated the exterior surface of the glass.Certain climates with heavy sun exposure and little other weather deviations offer the best

  • Ever wonder why residential or commercial window tinted films in Omaha are priced differently from various dealers. The age old answer “you get what you pay for” really applies here. The lesser expensive films are dyed films; meaning the film itself is run through a dye bath to get its tint. This process does not offer good quality control. Many of these residential or commercial window tint films will have uneven film color, and will offer blurred visibility when looking through your window. Stay away from these types of films that often sell in the $5.00-$6.00 p/sqft range.Next up, is