Winter can bring some serious cold to the Denver Metro area. While your furnace may be able to keep the interior of your house toasty warm, it also means you’ll be paying hundreds in energy bills over the course of the season. Luckily, there’s a simple way to improve your home’s energy efficiency while keeping the space warmer even during those crazy winter storms: residential window film. Here’s how 3M residential window film can help keep your Colorado home warm this winter.

Benefits of 3M Window Film for Colorado Homes

Traps Warm Air Inside

Your windows are responsible for a lot of heat loss during the winter. In many homes, windows can lose as much as 25 percent of the warm air your furnace produces. Why? Because glass is not well-insulated on its own. 3M residential window film acts as a buffer between the glass and the cold temperatures, insulating your window panes. The more insulated they are, the less the weather outside will influence the comfort of your home.

Seals Drafts Quickly

Old window panes can shift in their frames over time. This, in turn, allows a lot of cold air to slip inside your home. Residential window film helps reduce those drafts and keeps your windows in good condition for years to come. Best of all, you can combine the film with other insulating efforts (like weather stripping or closing the curtains) to maximize your energy efficiency and minimize the amount of heat lost.

Doesn’t Block Natural Light

Natural light can help heat your house quickly and efficiently without costing you a dime. 3M residential window film on Colorado windows allows natural light to fill your room, keeping it warm and toasty even when the heater is off.

Keep Your Home Toasty Warm

Install 3M residential window film on your Colorado home and keep your home warm no matter how cold it gets outside. Get your free no-obligation quote today.

Mike Kinsey has sold and installed over 250,000 square feet of window film. As the Operations Manager for Denver Home Window Tinting, Mike oversees all aspects of sales, product education, and customer relations. He is also the project manager for all residential window film installs. Mike's extensive product knowledge and years of experience give him the ability to select the perfect window film for any home. From privacy and decorative to energy efficiency, security, and more, Mike is well versed in all the top innovations and products available on the market today. He and his team have completed hundreds of projects in the Denver metro area, as well as the surrounding areas of Aurora, Wheat Ridge, Arvada, Centennial, Englewood, Thornton, and Littleton.