Spring is coming to an end and soon warm summer days will be upon us! With the summer approaching fast, it’s important to think about how the heat and sun will affect your home. Window film offers Dallas residents an easy way to optimize comfort and protect their home from the sun. Below, we’ve shared three types of window film that can help get your home ready for summer.

Summertime Benefits of Window Film

Window film is a great investment for summertime because it improves the performance of your windows. Windows play an important role in determining the comfort, light exposure, and temperatures in your home. Window tinting is an easy way to improve window performance without replacing individual units. Some of the benefits of installing window film during the summer in Dallas include:

  • Reduced summer energy expenses
  • Protection from UV rays
  • Prevents solar heat gain
  • Reduces glare
  • Keeps your home comfortable

3 Window Film Options to Consider

Glass laminates come in many different forms. Some are designed for glass strengthening while others are meant for energy efficiency. Here are three options we recommend for the summertime in Dallas:

  1. Spectrally selective – These films will keep your home cool during the summer and save money on energy costs.
  2. UV blockingUV blocking films are great for protecting your furniture and floors. They even help reduce the risk of skin cancer!
  3. Safety/security – Did you know most home break-ins happen during the summer? Security film can help keep your home safe!

Explore Your Options

Call Window Film Dallas today to begin exploring options for your home!

Mike Kinsey possesses a deep knowledge of the window tinting industry which backed by an extensive background in project management and construction. For the past ten years, Mike has been working as the Operations Manager at Window Film Dallas. He and his team have installed over 250,000 square feet of window film for homes and buildings in the Dallas/Fort Worth metropolitan area. Mike's knowledge of the climate and environmental conditions in which he operates as well as the architectural needs of buildings in the area give him the ability to select the perfect film in every situation. He is well versed in the industry's best practices and is up to date on the latest innovations. On top of his vast product knowledge, Mike is certified by 3M, EnerLogic, and AIA for continuing education.