Window Tinting Lowers Utility Bills For Denver Homeowners

Window Tint For Hot Summers Days In Denver

Summer is definitely on the horizon here in Denver, as chilly spring days give way to the sweltering heat. For the residents here living at a mile high, that means the intense heat from the summer sun will soon be upon us. The days wax ever longer and so too does the temperatures creep higher and higher. Both resulting in hotter days and that dreaded spike in your energy bills. As you start to rely on your a/c nearly every summer day, remember–high energy bills do not have to be a fact of life for you as a homeowner in the Denver area. With the simple addition of window tint on your home’s windows, you can easily control the temperature of your home and reduce your usually high summer energy bill. In fact, window tinting is one of the most reliable ways to save money on utilities– we know this from experience. This is because one of the primary benefits of window tint is the reduction of solar heat gain. Window tint impedes heat transfer at the source–on the glass of your windows. In fact, solar control window films can reduce 65% of the total solar energy allowed into your home. This all by itself lowers the temperature in your home before you even turn on the A/C.

The Benefits Of Window Tinting For Your Denver Home

While lower utility bills is a great thing, there is more to tinting than just a big reduction in costs and solar heat gain on your Denver home’s windows. If you think, like us, that lower bills is reason enough to purchase window tint, additional benefits, that have repercussions year round, will have you elated.
Benefits Like:
UV protection: Harmful infrared and UV rays can damage your skin and cause skin cancer. They are also responsible for fading and sun damage to artwork, furniture, and flooring. Solar control window films block out 99% of these destructive UV rays and 98.5% of harmful infrared rays, keeping your family and your valuables protected.
Glare Reduction: The sun shines longer and brighter in the summer and is more than just an annoyance. Entire rooms in your house may go unused to avoid the glare from the intense Colorado sun. Window tinting blocks the annoying glare from the sun, making every room in your home usable year round
HVAC Maintenance Reduction: When your heating or cooling systems work harder to keep your home cool, they break down more often and require expensive repair. Window tinting keeps your HVAC from working as hard, reducing the frequency of breakdowns and repairs.

Denver’s Window Tint Expert

When you start to make the decision to have window tinting installed on your home, be sure to consider this– who you have to install it, is about as important as the product you decided to have installed. The best way to makes sure your tint lasts for a good long time and has a high enough ROI to justify the expense, be sure to choose an experienced contractor, like Denver Window Film to install it. Improperly installed window tint can chip, peel or crack in short order, but that simply is not the case with our professional installation! We will install the window tint properly and quickly (likely in only a day). We also have expansive knowledge of all the different films available today–making us a leader in the Colorado market. We will always guide you to the best window tint for your specific needs–satisfaction guaranteed. Contact us today with window tint questions, to schedule a free, in-home consultation and to get one step closer to a cooler home this summer!

Mike Kinsey has successfully completed hundreds of window film installs in Kansas City and throughout the U.S., accounting for more than 250,000 square ft. of film. As the head of operations, he is personally in charge of overseeing every install and ensuring that all procedures go smoothly. His years of experience in construction and project management give him the unique ability to accurately diagnose areas of concern and implement a plan to remedy the situation. Mike is a subject matter expert and is intensely familiar with all different types of window film as well as leading brands. He is well equipped to handle both residential and commercial projects and is certified by 3M, EnerLogic, and AIA for continuing education.