Window Film Vs. Window Replacement Myths!
Window film is a temporary solution for improving the energy efficiency of windows. The film doesn’t stand up to Florida’s heat and brutal sun.
Window tinting peels or bubbles or turns purple.
Replacement windows (their sales guy says!) is the best thing you can do to replace your single pane windows. Low E and IG units are clearly expensive but well worth it in the long run.
Today’s window film is manufactured for performance and durability.
Optically transparent coatings that are warranted for a lifetime and filter out 99.9% of harmful UV rays.
While damaged or deteriorating windows simply have to be replaced, window tinting provides an affordable alternative to replacement when your goal is to improve energy efficiency. In fact, the cost for quick, professional installation is about one-tenth the cost of replacement windows!
These films will last for decades and they won’t peel, bubble or change colors.
Window films have been tested and documented by the NFRC so you get exactly what you are paying for.
Window film qualifies for Federal Tax credits and local rebates from TECO and Duke Energy.
Low E EnerLogic provides winter energy savings benefits by taking your single pane windows and transforming them into dual pane performance.
The ROI from our window film installation is the fastest of any home improvement aftermarket solution. Typically payback in two years or less.
Get Energy Efficient Windows without Replacement
Reducing your home’s energy consumption with energy efficient windows not only saves you money, it also helps the environment and can lower your carbon footprint. Replacement low-e windows have 128-267 times the carbon footprint of window film.
Plus, installing new windows leads to more landfill waste while energy saving window film installation has little to no waste.
Most window replacement payback period range from 15-20 years!
So before you invest in new windows think Window Film.
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Advanced Film Solutions
Offices Tampa, Orlando, Sarasota