Window Tinting, Yes; Reflective Windows They Can See from Space, No

Owners who want to do commercial window tinting have more choices than they realize. Sometimes property owners resist the idea of window tinting for commercial properties because they don’t like the highly mirrored look which is so popular in office parks.

Safety Glass for Commercial Properties

When I talk to people about safety film for their windows, one of the first things they say is that they don't really have a need for it. After all, they point out, they don't really have a big problem with smash-and-grab theft. It's fair to say to me you don't think it was going to break into your office and steal all your extremely valuable paperwork. It even makes sense to say you don't think anyone's going to break the glass and take all the IT equipment they can see on the desks.

Sometimes It’s About What People Do to Glass

When I talk to people about the role of window tinting can play in reducing costs around their properties, I sometimes get funny looks. That’s because I don’t always talk about the obvious things, heat reduction, reduced air conditioning bills. But there are other things to be concerned about as well. First and foremost, in my opinion, is your property’s appearance. You want to keep everything looking as fresh and as new as possible, with minimal investment.

All I’m Doing is Cutting Down on the Heat, Right?

One of the common questions I hear from people about tinting windows is, “It’s just about cutting down on the amount of sun that comes in, right?” Well, yes and no. It’s true that cutting down on the amount of sun is the primary effect, the first thing you notice. But it’s not the only thing. There are other benefits as well. To appreciate them, you need to know a few things about our friend, the sun.

Best Time of The Year for Commerical or Residential Window Tinting

People who live in Phoenix know what I’m about to tell you. It’s obvious, of course, but I’m going to tell you anyway: in the summertime, Phoenix can get pretty hot. The average temperature for summer months can be between 103 and 105. The spring’s pretty hot too. The temperatures in Phoenix for April and May can average between 84 and 93 degrees. In fact, it’s hot in Phoenix from April through October. The temperature doesn’t drop off until November. It stays, well, cooler, until March. It’s hot there for most of the year.

Windows and Neighbors: Tint Your House Windows

I once had a customer who didn't really know she needed me. We were talking at a party. She told me she had just moved into a new place. While she liked it, she had not really thought about the fact that some of her next-door neighbors could see right into her house. Their building was taller than hers, and the people who lived on the upper floors could look right down into her bedroom. She was not happy. So I said, “Why don't you let me tint your windows?”

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