Residential Window Tinting
How much more can your existing windows do for you? Find out.
About Residential Window Tinting
Windows are designed for letting in natural sunlight and views. But when they’re not right for their location, they bring you discomfort instead of pleasure. Fortunately, professionally installed residential window film from Face Window Tinting makes this simple to correct. So if you’re feeling at all uncomfortable or dissatisfied at home, look at your windows. Then look for the right film to fix what’s bothering you: the hot spots in a room, a too-vulnerable feeling, the cost of cooling, or even the afternoon glare on your TV. Home improvements don’t have to take forever and cost a fortune to be life-changing.
Control the Sun to help you live in greater comfort by:
- Reducing Heat and Glare
- Adding Privacy and Style
- Providing UV Protection
Reduce Heat and Glare
Windows are an important part of any home, from the light they let in, to views they reveal. Residential window tinting by Face Window Tinting can help you control excessive glare and heat build-up. Available in a variety of clear, light and subtle shades, you’ll be able to enjoy your view while reducing solar heat from the outside, reducing hot and cold spots inside, and helping to prohibit heat from escaping.
Add Privacy and Style
Our decorative films are thoughtfully curated to fuel imagination and complement any style vision, from traditional to cutting edge. Possibilities that were invisible before will be revealed; ways to improve design, privacy, brightness and more. With just a little decorative film knowledge, you’ll look at glass surfaces and windows in a completely different light. Prepare to dream and experiment with a professional decorative film installation from Face Window Tinting.
UV window film helps prevent sun damage. If you’ve recently furnished or redecorated your home, good for you. There’s nothing better than a fresh new look. But harmful ultraviolet rays can make things look old fast. Face Window Tinting will help preserve most fabrics, furnishings and artwork damaged and faded when sunlight passes through untreated windows.