Our insulating window film can reject up to 60% of the heat trying to get through your windows in Charlotte.
Charlotte, North Carolina can be a hot place, particularly in the summer months. Temperatures often go above 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Keeping your home or business comfortable in the summer months can be a challenge, and it can be costly when it comes time to pay your electric bill. Here at Tint Shop NC, we have a simple, effective solution that can help cut costs related to cooling your building. The answer is our insulating window film. We are an authorized dealer of 3M window film products, including insulating window film.
When it comes to insulating window film, we understand that not every product is suitable for every application and budget. We have a variety of options available and are happy to educate our customers about the benefits of each option.
Window Film for a Safer Home or Business
Here are some of the options for insulating window film from 3M:
- 3M night vision film: While this film is often sold for its ability to improve your nighttime view out of your property, it is also good at blocking heat and giving privacy during the daytime. It rejects up to 71% of heat and reduces glare, and it also blocks UV rays that can damage your furnishing inside your home or business.
- 3M Prestige film: If you want insulating window film that does not change the appearance of your home or business, 3M Prestige film is the logical choice. Up to 70% of the visible light still gets through, but up to 60% of the heat and over 90% of the infrared and UV rays are rejected by the film.
- 3M auto products: Keep the summer heat out of your car, as well, with 3M auto products.
Give us a call now to learn more or get a free estimate.
At Tint Shop NC, we offer insulating window film products to residents of Denver, Charlotte, Mooresville, Cornelius, Davidson, Huntersville, Statesville, Troutman, Sherrills Ford, Terrell, Catawba, Mount Ulla, Stony Point, Killian Crossroads, West Port, Iron Station, Stanley, Iredell County, Catawba County, and the entire Lake Norman area of North Carolina.