Turning Up The Heat On Window Tinting
It’s August and the Oklahoma summer is in full swing. With the long days come the extra hours that your home is exposed to the sun’s heat waves. It’s possible to beat the heat by using one of FormulaOne’s window tinting solutions. It may be easy to think of at least one benefit of using residential window tinting to reduce heat in your home, but do you actually know what the real benefits of using window tinting in your home can be?
Let’s take a look at 2 ways residential window tinting can help you during the hottest month of the year!
#1 Controlling The Sunlight: We’re not saying you’ll suddenly become an almighty “god” and suddenly wield some power of the sun, but what we are saying is that the simple window tinting formula actually reduces how much light is absorbed by your home’s windows. The reflected light also reduces hows much heat your home absorbs. By reducing the amount of heat and UV rays that enter your home you reduce the amount of damage to furniture, flooring, and walls. Getting the windows in your home tinted will also help disperse the light giving your home a softer, more evenly lit appearance.
#2- An Investment In Your Home: FormulaOne by AES offers a transferable warranty. That means when you decide to move out of your home the next residents will be able to enjoy the benefits of the window tinting. That’s an investment that anyone can see the value in. Residential window tinting has also been proven to reduce the need for heating and air conditioning in the home. By reducing the heat introduced from outside the home, in the summer months, we enable our customers to live in an environment optimized for comfort. We also offer products like Enerlogic, which works year-round to keep the heat out during the summer time and heat in during the winter months.
We believe in our products and we want you to be able to experience the benefits of our window tinting. That’s why we offer free estimates to potential buyers! Call us now at 405-513-6400 to get started on your next home project.