Does your windows make your home or business hot in the summer, but leave you and/or your guests and customers shivering in the winter? Are you tired of glare making it difficult to see? Are you noticing faded upholstery and carpeting? Do you want to protect your privacy from casual passersby? Then it may be time for you to look at having window film/tinting professionally installed!
Monday, September 28, 2015
Tuesday, September 15, 2015
Windows—particularly glass windows--may be great in providing natural light for your office, but they also offer the perfect opportunity for determined intruders to enter, steal, and wreak havoc in your property. Experts say that intruders usually have 10 to 15 minutes to do their deed, especially if you aren’t using your windows as an additional security layer. To dissuade intruders and would-be thieves, consider installing a security window film as added protection. How Security Films Can Help For public buildings, places of business, and even homes, windows and doors are considered the most vulnerable to intruders and other threats. These provide the easiest points of entry for miscreants who aim to vandalize or burglarize a property. Glass doors and windows, in particular, can make a property more inviting to criminals who can see through them to what’s inside. Glass is also generally a weak point for extreme weather conditions.
Last year, the Environmental Protection Agency’s New Source Performance Standards required coal-fired energy plants to implement carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology, as part of the Obama government’s efforts to reduce carbon emissions. These new standards, however, also come with a price for homeowners. Formally known as the Clean Power Plan (CPP), the regulations, considered a hallmark of the Obama administration’s environmental policy, seek to reduce carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants to decrease the threat on the environment and on everyone’s health. Three to Seven Percent Higher An analysis conducted by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) suggests that coal-fired power plant closures could double with the CPP’s implementation. Furthermore, the study also points to a spike of between three and seven percent in average retail electricity prices within the next decade.
Thursday, September 10, 2015
Every home needs adequate protection even while trying to communicate a welcoming ambience and mood to all who come through the door. This may be achieved by setting up protective structures right at the façade of the place and bolster the security level. Security window film products fall under this category. Inner Workings A window security film system works by being applied as a cut sheet over both sides of a glass panel. The film’s engineering allows it to closely adhere more with the glass to prevent it from shattering out of the panel even when the glass has been badly damaged. Depending on the level of thickness of film and glass, specially tinted windows can withstand the force of a simple solid object like a rock, or the powerful onslaught of a bullet or a windstorm.
Tuesday, September 8, 2015
Many home improvement projects nowadays involve fixing up the windows or replacing them altogether. Applying residential window tinting may not even rank well on the priority list. It often needs ample education to convince homeowners that window tinting does aid in lowering utility expenses. The Department of Energy reports that around 43% of a household’s utility bill goes to heating and cooling. Some contractors can zero in on problems that require only proper caulking to improve the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning efficiency inside the house. The windows themselves quite often make up a big part of the equation for a more total energy-savings solution. It makes sense, thus, to consider calling for certified installers from professional window tinting firms, such as Window Enhancements LLC.