COMMERCIAL WINDOW TINTING
About Our Custom Commercial Tinting
When it comes to Commercial and Residential window tint films, there is a huge selection from many different manufacturers. At Eclipse Tinting our professionals can give you a detailed explanation about the differences between each film and show you examples from previous installation jobs we have done in your area. This way you can actually see the quality of our work first hand.
Every single window tint film that we at Eclipse Tinting offer blocks 99% of all UV Rays and have some of the most comprehensive statistics for blocking heat and reducing the glare from the sun that you as the customer will know and see the quality that you are getting. In addition to this, all of the window films come with a Lifetime Guarantee for as long as you own your home or business. This provides our customers with peace of mind knowing that they are covered by national manufacturers guarantee as well as ours.
Increase the Comfort Level & Maintain the Value of Your Home
When you have Window Tint installed in your home or business it helps maintain your desired inside temperature. It acts as a shield in the summer to block out up to 80% of the heat from the sun and it acts as a layer of insulation in the winter to maintain the inside temperature. The protection window film provides from harmful UV Rays helps maintain the integrity of everything inside your home or business from hardwood floors and carpet, to paint and furniture. Having window film is also an added bonus if you ever sell and can be listed as an upgrade when you are listing your property.
Saving Money and Going Green
The average home saves an estimated 30%-40% annually on their energy bill after they have window tint installed. With these estimated savings the window tint usually pays for itself within 2-3 years. If saving money on your energy bills was not enough there are also tax incentives to having window tint installed. Since window tint reduces a household and or businesses energy consumption it can actually be listed as a tax deduction for “Going Green”. (see federal and state tax regulations as they do vary)