This summer is a national scorcher, to say the least!  This could even become the new norm as global warming increases.  For this reason,  homeowners all across the country, especially here in the Houston area, need to consider taking measures to cool their homes during the intensely hot summer month. Heat-reducing window film is the way to do this and has plenty of other benefits too! 

How Heat Reducing Window Film Benefits Houston Homes in More Ways Than One

Heat Reduction:  The main function of heat-reducing window film is to lower the temperature in Houston homes.  From towering mansions to small condos, heat-reducing window film works wonders.  It functions by reflecting heat off the window, so it never enters into interiors.  This is called solar heat gain reduction.   Some films will reduce solar heat gain by up to 80%. This keeps the spaces directly next to windows cool even on the hottest days.

Utility Savings:  Just reducing solar heat gain in your Houston home will save you a ton of cash. But, another huge way that heat-reducing window film saves money is by acting as insulation for your home’s windows too.  These films trap the air you pay to cool inside which lowers A/C usage and the corresponding bills too.

Glare-Reduction:  It is likely that if you have issues with heat coming in through your windows–you have a glare problem too.  Understandably, glare reduction is one of the biggest added advantages of using heat-reducing window film.  For those windows in your home facing south or west, heat-reducing window film will have you saying goodbye to both heat and that pesky morning/afternoon glare on your tv and computer screens.  

Want to know more about heat-reducing window film for your Houston home?  Reach out to us today for pricing and to book a free consultation.

Mike Kinsey is the Operations Manager for the largest and most successful window tinting company in the Houston area. Mike has been cultivating his knowledge of window film products for over 15 years and is familiar with top brands such as LLumar, C-Bond, Solyx, and Vista as well as the latest trends and innovations in security, privacy, and energy efficient technology. Since he started working in the industry, he has overseen the installation of over 250,000 square feet of film for residential and commercial buildings of all types. His impressive portfolio and years of experience make him one of the top professionals in the field and are backed by official certifications from 3M, EnerLogic, and AIA for continuing education.