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Energy costs associated with heating and cooling your home can add up and contribute to a significant amount of your household expenses. Residential window film with energy efficient heat control are a great way to keep your utility bill lower.
There are a variety of reflect window film types for residential homes and commercial spaces available.
Cities along the Southwest Florida coast have implemented “Turtle Code” lighting ordinances to protect endangered sea turtles.
Nesting season in Florida takes place between March 1st – October 31st, and 70% of the nation’s sea turtle nesting takes place on Florida beaches. During this season, female turtles bury their eggs in the water, who move towards the water once they hatch. Artificial lighting can confuse turtle hatchlings as they move towards the water by the light of the moon. These turtle code ordinances restrict the amount of light permitted through windows on beach homes & condos or commercial structures along the Florida coastline, so the hatchlings don’t get disoriented and can make it to the water.
If you have a home or business along the coastline, you don’t have to compromise your comfort to comply with Turtle Code regulations. By applying commercial and residential window films, you can abide by your county’s ordinance while keeping your home illuminated at night.
Window tinting in Florida has countless benefits – increased comfort, lower energy bills, greater privacy, and defense against UV Rays. As residents of the Sunshine State, window tinting is useful in both automobiles, residences, and businesses.
If you are interested in car window tinting or home window tinting in Florida, there are some laws and regulations that can help you decide what window films you can and should use.
Ceramic window tint is a premium window film, known for its high-heat rejection properties. Unlike standard dye film window tint, the material of the film is coated with nonconductive and nonmetallic ceramic particles.
The ceramic technology is invisible to the naked eye, but provides high performance ultraviolet rejection, blocking out glare and protecting you from the sun’s harmful rays.
When you think of a “one way window film” most people think of the see-through mirrors from police interrogation rooms they see in movies. The reality is one way window films have many users and benefits. Privacy is essential to feeling comfortable in your home or place of business. Curtains, blinds, and window coverings can only give you so much privacy while still being able to see out – and one way window films are a great solution
The highly reflective effect of one-way films will act as a privacy film in daytime lighting conditions. By applying one way window film, you can prevent vision through the glass, while maintaining the view from the inside.
One way privacy films are great for residential homes that want to ensure daytime privacy. They are especially useful for homes with young children, home offices, or rooms with valuable furniture or items that are easily visible from windows.
One way window film can also be installed on a commercial business, such as retail stores or office space. They are ideal if your business is in a busy area with a lot of foot traffic, and you want privacy from passerby’s. It is also great if you conduct confidential meetings or have expensive equipment in your office you do not want to be seen by the public. These films are not recommended for retail spaces that have window displays or want to show off merchandise that can be seen from the outside.
There are a variety of options for those looking for privacy in their home or business.
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Suntamers has been providing Southwest Florida with the highest quality car window tinting solutions for over 50 years and counting. We can help you with your car window tinting needs and our team of experts can answer any questions you may have.
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The summer temperatures are heating up and the excessive heat can take its toll. The sun’s UV rays can reach high temperatures that make you uncomfortable and cause your energy bills to skyrocket.
Installing window tinting can block out heat and eliminate UV rays and harmful glare while maintaining visibility, allowing you to enjoy the beauty of natural light in comfort all year round. There are heat blocking window tinting options for your car, home, and business.
A window tint in your vehicle will help you save fuel and extend the life of your air conditioning system. In the summer heat, there are “hot spots” in your car that even your air conditioning system can’t overcome after your car has been parked in the sun.
There are several options for car window tints, including metallized window films, or nano carbon ceramic films that block out up to 66% of heat and an excellent ultraviolet filter.
The sun has several harmful effects while driving. It can create a distracting glare, damage your interiors, and heat up your vehicle. Car window tinting helps reduce all these problems while increasing privacy and giving your car a stylish look.
There are many different versions of car window tints on the market, and it can be difficult to understand which one is right for your needs. If you want to tint your car’s windows in 2021, there are several options available to give you the best results.
A great starter window tint is Metallized Car Window Tint. It will stop 43-49% of heat, has an excellent ultraviolet filter. We recommend the Solar Gard HP Supreme. This will help block out the sun and give you all the benefits of car window tinting at a fair price point.