Energy Savings You Can Feel.


Couple enjoying new energy saving window film in their home.

According to the EPA Energy Star Buildings Manual in the United States, approximately half of a home’s utility bills are wasted by loss of heat or heat gain through untreated windows. This is especially so for older homes.

With a thin, virtually invisible addition to your existing windows, residential window film can help you save up to 50% on cooling costs without replacing your windows. The films are designed to block UV and heat rays, while letting visible light in. Instead of replacing your windows, installing window film is a cost-effective way to save energy and money.

Window film can deliver up to 7 times the energy saving benefits per dollar spent, compared with installing a complete set of replacement windows. That fact alone makes it a very wise investment.

If you’re concerned about the environment, you’re probably not just concerned about the energy you’ll save by installing window film. Did you know that window film is good for you and good for the environment? Think about it: the environmental impact of removing your old windows, properly disposing of them, and replacing them with a complete set of newly manufactured ones is quite high. Not to mention the time and energy involved to research, find and purchase them.

With window film, your environmental impact is greatly reduced and you don’t have to worry about a long and intrusive window replacement project. That’s a win-win for you and the environment!

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Residential window film helps to reduce heat and reduce glare making your home more comfortable. Along with those added benefits you save on energy and block UV rays making your home more efficient and safer.

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