Heating, Cooling, and Tinting
Window tinting with solar film blocks the heat transference of the sun (along with its dangerous UV rays) from entering your car. Adding this can keep your car climate controlled, eye friendly, and protected. During the summer, the tint will keep the heat from the sun outside of your while keeping the heat in during the winter. It’s estimated windows can transfer 70% of heat to the inside (during the summer) and outside (during the winter). Once added to the car, you’ll not only feel the difference in the climate of your car, but also see the money and wear you’ll save on your heating and cooling system.
The solar film also blocks out harmful UV rays which, along with prolonged exposure to heat, have been known to deteriorate automotive interiors, destroy dashboards, and warp steering wheels. UV protection can stop pre-mature aging on the interior of your car. This will keep your car looking new, and its re-sale value high! In addition to keeping your interior protected from destructive UV light, it also keeps your skin protected. When driving with non-tinted windows, even with the windows up, you can still be harmed. While the percentage of UV rays blocked depends on the film grade and manufacturer, most standard films block 99% of the UV rays.*
Everyone knows that the sun can blind you while driving; solar film can help protect your eyes. The darkened shade of the window cuts glare down exponentially, and keeps your eyes safe from being blinded by the light.
A final added bonus to solar window tinting is that it gives your automobile added privacy. The darkened shade of the window and mirrored coating blocks outsiders views, so you and your family can enjoy the privacy you deserve.
I hope this article has shown you the benefits of adding solar window tint to your car windows. It can save money on your heating and cooling, keep your automotive interior and your skin protected, keep your eyes from being blinded while driving, and finally, gives you a feeling of privacy and security. I hope this article has helped you out.
*Heat and UV rays are not the same things, although 99% UV rays can be blocked, the heat rejection can be as low as 20% or as high as 70%. Make sure to check both ratings before making your purchase.