Put Sunscreen on Your Car
Window tint film reduces a car’s interior heat by 60 percent and protects its interior from the damaging rays of the sun. Most important, it protects your car’s occupants by blocking 99% of UV rays which can cause skin cancer. It also deters theft, making it hard for would-be crooks to see inside the vehicle. Film can also be applied to SUVs, vans, RVs, and boats. In Pennsylvania on passenger vehicles, tinting is permitted only along the top five inches of the windshield. Side and rear windows may not be covered or treated with tinting that allows a light transmittance of less than 35%. All windows except the rear window must contain two-way glass. Reflective or mirrored material is not permitted on any vehicle windows. All vehicles with window tint film must have dual side-view mirrors.
Don’t forget your home or office. During the warm months, window tint films reduce the solar heat gain up to 80 percent at the glass, especially on east- and west-facing windows, keeping your house or office cool and minimizing summer utility bills. Window tint films also eliminate the chance that your furnishings, window coverings and paintings will fade or discolor from sun damage by blocking up to 99 percent of UV rays. Decorative window tint films in reflective, etched and frosted patterns increase your privacy with all of the energy-saving benefits.
Yes, you can do it yourself but professional window tint installers, like T.N. Security, use of experienced hand cutting to ensure the right fit, professional-grade materials, and tools that don’t result in streaks and bubbles. What’s more, T.N. Security offers a lifetime guarantee.
During the month of July, when the sun is high in the sky, get 20% off residential and commercial window tint film installation. Contact us.