Solar Art installed ceramic window tint to a home in Los Angeles, California! As you can see from the photos, the homeowner has large windows that go from floor to ceiling around their entire home. They have beautiful views of Los Angeles that they want to make the most of. As you can imagine, those large windows bring in a lot of heat. Since they have so much glass, there is heat radiating through their home throughout the entire day. The homeowner was looking for a solution to reduce heat in their home to make it more comfortable. Los Angeles is typically pretty warm year round, but those hot summer months were making the homeowner’s electricity bill was getting really high. They wanted a solution that would reduce heat, lower electricity bills, all while not compromising their views. They love the views in their home and didn’t want to lose them at any point throughout the day. The homeowner also didn’t want their home to be dark and uninviting. With that being said, blinds and shades were out of the question. The homeowner thought window film might be a potential solution to their problem, so they called up Solar Art to learn more.
When it comes to reducing heat, it is important to know that all solar films will reduce some amount of heat and glare, and they will all block 99% of harmful UVA and UVB rays. With that being said, different window films will block different amounts of heat. Typically, the darker the window film, the more heat is blocked. Heat blocking window film can block up to 75% of heat and 80% of glare from entering a space. If you don’t want your space to be darkened and you don’t want the aesthetics of your home to change, you can install a ceramic window tint. Ceramic window tint is made with no metal or dye, meaning it isn’t going to be dark. Ceramic window tint is still a heat blocking window film that will significantly reduce heat and reduce glare. It won’t change the aesthetics of your space and your views will still be completely in tact. Ceramic window tint is a little bit more expensive than other solar films, but it is one of our most popular products that we sell. Ultimately, since the customer was looking for heat reducing window film that wouldn’t change the look of their space, they ended up going with ceramic window tint. They had ceramic window tint installed to the windows throughout their entire home and they noticed a significant difference. The homeowner said their home was more comfortable temperature wise and they were happy they didn’t have to lose their views or make their home dark and uninviting. In addition to ceramic window tint, Solar Art also services decorative window film, anti graffiti film, security window film, custom graphics and exterior building wraps. If you are interested in getting ceramic window tint installed to your home or office, contact Solar Art today for a free quote!