According to the Energy Information Administration, energy costs are expected to increase for homeowners during the winter season, due to home heating fuel costs. In addition, when the days are shorter, homeowners tend to use more electricity to light their home. Add all of that on top of the lighting that homeowners use to decorate the exterior of their home during the holiday season, and the winter months are bound to come with energy bills that will raise more than a few eyebrows. For this reason, it’s important to look for ways that you can save energy in your home this winter...
If you run a small business, every expenditure and profit is significant. In the case of a storefront or a small restaurant, adding treatment to your windows might seem like an unimportant expenditure right now, but we beg to differ. Here are 7 reasons that you should invest in tints for your windows: #1: Controls [...]
When people look into getting their windows tinted, it is usually in the summer time. This makes a lot of sense. Windows tend to work as little infiltration points that heat up your home and drive up your AC bill during the summer. So people want to get their windows tinted when it is unbearably hot outside. On top of that, window tinting reduces the amount of direct sunlight that is getting into a home, so that it is less unbearable brightness. However, we believe that it is even more important for a home to get tinted windows for the winter time. Here are a handful of reasons why...
People get their vehicle’s windows tinted for a variety of reasons. It helps prevent passersby from looking into your vehicle to see if you’ve left anything valuable inside, it increases the strength of window, it prevents UV rays from burning you in your car, and it reduces amount of heat that transfers into your vehicle from direct sunlight. However, it is important to make sure that your vehicle is within specific regulations, when it comes to window tinting...
It can be hard to figure out when it’s appropriate to do a big project yourself, and when you really need to hire a professional. It can be tempting to attempt to save money and do your window tinting yourself, but if you’ve never done it before, it’s probably a good idea to take a [...]
How do you make a Tesla, arguably one of the most beautiful and most efficient cars in the world, even more so? Tint it. Want to keep it looking new for years to come? Apply paint protection film (commonly referred to as Clear-Bra).Window tint rejects up to 99% of the sun's harmful UV rays, protecting [...]
today (6/7/2016) i received an email from one of our custumers and this is what it said with this image attached; "I recently had my back glass broken and it will be getting replaced tomorrow. I would like to get an appointment to get it replaced as I had the original tint installed by your [...]
The car you drive tells something about who you are and possibly who you want to be. With how much you paid for it and how much time you spend in it, it would be a shame not to take good care of it. One day you may even want to trade it in for [...]
Keeping the paint on your car looking like new can be difficult, especially when it comes to getting those bugs off the bumper. Then there are the pebbles flying up from the road that make unsightly scratches. Paint protection is the solution to combat the enemies of the beautiful finish on your car.We’re not talking [...]
Getting your car windows tinted is a great idea. It lengthens the life of your upholstery and keeps your car cooler. But is there a limit to how dark they can be? Yes. Each state dictates the maximum amount of tint allowed. Go to http://www.rules.utah.gov/publicat/code/r714/r714-160.htm#T13 to see the tint law for Utah.These limits are in [...]