Improve your quality of life with our three-in-one glass improvement solution!
1. Keep it Cool
2. Keep it New
3. Keep it Safe
Keep It Cool
Nothing is as beautiful as Natural Light shining through your home, but with sun light comes heat. mister tint's line of Residential window films will let in natural light while keeping heat out. You don't need to lower curtains or blinds. No dark living room in the summer - all the light will enter. Our films reject up to 80% of total solar energy which reduces the need for air conditioning. As a result it helps you save on energy bills and keeps your home cool and comfortable.
Keep It New
UV gives you a tan. That's nice, but your furniture, carpets, wall paper and favorite painting will be discolored by it, too. Nothing can cause the value of your fine furnishings, wood flooring, artwork and fabrics to depreciate more quickly than fading and deterioration. With Panorama film, your interior will remain new for a longer period of time.
Keep It Safe
Small accidents can have serious consequences. Glass shards flying about can wound and damage interior furnishings. Our window film from keeps broken glass shards together making it safer and easier to clean up. Moreover, the film slows down burglars from gaining entry. Panorama safety films are stronger, more durable films that are designed to hold broken glass in place, whether broken accidentally by your children or intentionally by a thief.
Panorama® Films Skin Cancer Foundation Recommended
Summertime is here, and along with the season’s good weather often comes an increased awareness of the dangers associated with catching too much sun. Many people think of sun damage only when they’re in the yard or at the beach. But the reality is we have to change how we think about skin cancer. The sun is harmful to our skin, whether exposure is at the beach, in the car, at work, or at home. Panorama's Seal of Recommendation from the Skin Cancer Foundation makes it window film an excellent solution for anyone who is looking to protect their skin.
According to the Skin Cancer Foundation
- Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States – more than 1 million skin cancers are diagnosed annually.
- One in 5 Americans will develop skin cancer in the course of a lifetime
- More than 90 percent of all skin cancers are caused by sun exposure
- A person's risk for skin cancer doubles if he or she has had five or more sunburns
Save On Your Energy Bills Now
Cooling costs related to the heat gained through windows can make up about 40 percent of a home's summer utility bill. Solar control window film reduces total solar energy by up to 80 percent, which helps lower your energy consumption. And the energy savings benefits go on year after year, long after you have received the tax credit.
And the benefits don't stop there. In addition to energy savings all year long, window film also can:
Improve your comfort by eliminating hot spots and maintaining interior temperatures
Help protect your family from UV exposure, which can help prevent certain forms of skin cancer
- Reduce glare
- Reduce fading of furnishings and interiors
All Panorama products carry a manufacturers warranty and are specific to the type of architectural installation: residential and commercial. Different films and applications may carry different warranties.
Q: I like having natural light but the heat is too much, will window tint help?
A: Yes, having the windows in your house tinted will block a lot of heat from entering your home, but will not block natural light.
Q: What other benefits can I expect from getting the windows in my home tinted?
A: There are many other benefits that you will receive from tinting your windows:
- Reduced heating and cooling cost
- Prevents premature fading of carpet and furniture
- Blocks harmful UV rays
- Reduces excessive glare
- Hold broken glass together for easy and safe clean up
Q: I like being able to see out of the windows in my house but I don't want anyone looking in, are there different types of tint for that?
A: Yes, we have tints that are reflective on the out side so it gives you privacy without blocking your view.
Q: I am interested in tinting the windows in my home. How do I go about getting that done?
A: Give us a call and set up an appointment for us to have someone come out to your home to measure the windows you want to have tinted. Then in a couple of days we will give you a call with a quoted price, and then we can set up an appointment for our team to come tint your house.