Where to buy window tinting decorative film for home house windows

Buy Upgraded Energy Efficient New Windows with Decorative Film or Window Film or Window Tinting for Home or House Windows?

Should you buy new glass windows or use a window film or window tinting product?

Windows Description and Options for reducing energy, heat, and glare:

A single-paned window has an R-value (measure of the ability to prevent heat flow) of 1, making it little more than a hole in the wall. Fortunately, in recent years, double-paned windows, along with other energy-efficient features, have become more standard. Older facilities can likely benefit from improvements to windows. Improvements you should consider when upgrading your windows and frames include: Tampa Bay FL window companies and window film companies should have NFRC rated products and will have the energy efficiency ratings as well for each individual window or window film.

Double or triple-paned glass -very expensive and long ROI (return on investment)

Inert gas (e.g., krypton, argon, or nitrogen) fill

Low-emissivity, advertised as Low-E, glass/film or other advanced coatings/films


Window tinting and window film appropriate for your region and facility orientation -cost effective and quicker ROI (return on investment)

Insulated frames, low-conductivity materials

*Progress Energy, OUC and TECO Tampa Electric Energy Company offer window film rebates for new or upgraded windows or solar window film installation.

Many vendors are now promoting the advantages of window films — ranging from simple tints that block incoming light, to films that provide performance similar to Low-E glass, and advanced coatings that block specific wavelengths of light.
Window Films can also reduce fading of items in your home by reducing the UV rays by 99% and reduce heat and visible light (glare).
http://www.energystar.gov

Spectrally Selective Window Glazing or Glass
-Spectrally Selective Window Films and Window Tinting, Ceramic Window Films are similar

A special type of low-emissivity coating is spectrally selective. Spectrally selective coatings filter out 40%–70% of the heat normally transmitted through insulated window glass or glazing, while allowing the full amount of light to be transmitted.

Spectrally selective coatings are optically designed to reflect particular wavelengths but remain transparent to others. Such coatings are commonly used to reflect the infrared (heat) portion of the solar spectrum while admitting a higher portion of visible light. They help create a window with a low U-factor and solar heat gain coefficient but a high visible transmittance.
Spectrally selective coatings can be applied on various types of tinted glass to produce “customized” glazing systems capable of either increasing or decreasing solar gains according to the aesthetic and climatic effects desired.

Computer simulations have shown that advanced window glazing with spectrally selective coatings can reduce the electric space cooling requirements of new homes in hot climates by more than 40%.

Spectrally Selective window film are available to Tampa Bay residents by Florida Film Solutions.

Windows Description and Options

A single-paned window has an R-value (measure of the ability to prevent heat flow) of 1, making it little more than a hole in the wall. Fortunately, in recent years, double-paned windows, along with other energy-efficient features, have become more standard. Older facilities can likely benefit from improvements to windows. Improvements you should consider when upgrading your windows and frames include: Tampa Bay FL window companies and window film companies should have NFRC rated products and will have the energy efficiency ratings as well for each individual window or window film.

Double or triple-paned glass (very expensive and long ROI (return on investment)

Inert gas (e.g., krypton, argon, or nitrogen) fill

Low-emissivity, advertised as Low-E, glass/film or other advanced coatings/films

Window tinting appropriate for your region and facility orientation

Insulated frames, low-conductivity materials

*Progress Energy and TECO Tampa Electric Energy Company offer rebates for new or upgraded windows or solar window film installation.

Many vendors are now promoting the advantages of window films — ranging from simple tints that block incoming light, to films that provide performance similar to Low-E glass, and advanced coatings that block specific wavelengths of light.

Window Films can also reduce fading of items in your home by reducing the UV rays by 99% and reduce heat and visible light (glare).

http://www.energystar.gov

Spectrally Selective Window Glazing or Glass
-Spectrally Selective Window Films and Window Tinting, Ceramic Window Films are similar.

A special type of low-emissivity coating is spectrally selective. Spectrally selective coatings filter out 40%–70% of the heat normally transmitted through insulated window glass or glazing, while allowing the full amount of light to be transmitted.

window film window tinting Tampa Orlando

window film window tinting Tampa Orlando

Spectrally selective coatings are optically designed to reflect particular wavelengths but remain transparent to others. Such coatings are commonly used to reflect the infrared (heat) portion of the solar spectrum while admitting a higher portion of visible light. They help create a window with a low U-factor and solar heat gain coefficient but a high visible transmittance.

Spectrally selective coatings can be applied on various types of tinted glass to produce “customized” glazing systems capable of either increasing or decreasing solar gains according to the aesthetic and climatic effects desired.

Computer simulations have shown that advanced window glazing with spectrally selective coatings can reduce the electric space cooling requirements of new homes in hot climates by more than 40%.

Spectrally Selective window film are available to Tampa Bay residents by Tint Studio

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