With snow in the mountains already and the ski resorts racing to open, it’s clear that winter is bound to hit Colorado with a bang this year. And thanks to its close proximity to the Front Range, Denver will be no exception to the cold and freezing temperatures. And as temperatures drop lower, there becomes an increasing desire to turn up the heat in one’s home, despite how frightening that utility bill will look at the end of the month. Unless you have climate control window tinting that is. Climate control window tinting can help keep your Denver home warmer and more comfortable this year and save you a ton of money on energy costs.
About Climate Control Window Tinting
The technology for climate control window tinting has only come into existence within the last few years, making it a relatively new and not yet well known about product. Climate control window tinting uses something called low-e technology to regulate heat transfer and improve window insulation. Studies show that homeowners with climate control tinting tend to save 15-30% annually on energy costs.
Previously, the main method for improving window insulation was adding an extra pane of glass. But the problem with double and triple pane windows is that they’re incredibly expensive. Climate control window tinting accomplishes the same job without the unnecessary expense. It requires no maintenance or renovation and is simply installed on your existing windows.
With climate control window tint in place, heat can be effectively retained within your home instead of escaping through the windows. The result of this is better HVAC efficiency which in turn provides lower energy costs. Plus, it also makes your home more comfortable too. With climate control tint, you can sit by the windows without having to endure the discomfort from the snow and cold temperatures outside.
Start Saving Today with Climate Control Tinting for Your Denver Home
Find out today how much you could save with climate control window tinting for your Denver home. Call Green Light Window Films to speak to a window film expert or schedule an appointment for a free in home consultation.