Summer is a beautiful time of year. But let’s face it, there’s one aspect of summer that’s not so great: the toll it takes on your home energy bill. In the U.S., the average family spends over $2,000 on utility costs each year. And a great deal of that expense is acquired during the summer, when HVAC units have to work harder and run longer than usual. 

If you’re looking for a way to keep your summer utility costs low, you may want to consider heat control window film for your Denver home. Heat control films reduce solar heat gain without blocking visible light. They’re budget friendly and the savings are significant – amounting to about 30% or more in one year.

Below, we’ve provided some information on how these window films work and where they can be purchased.

Heat Control Window Film – What Is It & How Does It Help?

Heat control window films are an architectural tool designed to block heat. They are applied to one side of the windows of your home. Rather than relying on dye or tint, they use spectrally selective technology to keep your home cool. When the sun comes through the window, the film blocks out infrared heat and lets visible light pass through. In this way, heat control films reduce heat without blocking light.

Benefits of Home Window Tinting

Installing heat control window film can save you money on utility costs, make your home more comfortable, and extend the lifespan of your air-conditioning system. On average, homeowners experience a full ROI in three years from all the money they save.

Learn more about the benefits here: case-study-heat-control-window-film-denver

Where Can I Get Window Film for My Home?

Residential window films can be obtained from a variety of sources. They can be bought online, but this option is usually not recommended since you’ll have to install the film yourself. If you do it incorrectly, it may have bubbles or creases or you may ruin it entirely. That’s why the best place to get heat control window film in Denver is from a window tinting contractor. Our company carries a variety of window films that can be used to control heat, glare, and UV rays.

Stay Cool & Save!

Get heat control window film for your home by calling Denver Home Window Tinting today!

Mike Kinsey

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.