Spring in Northern Ohio is a Great Time to Consider Home Window Tinting

February 21, 2020

On some of these cooler days it may not feel like it, but Spring is just around the corner! With warmer weather on the way, spring is the perfect time of year to consider home window tinting. So, while you wait for the sun and warm weather to arrive, consider these three reasons you should retrofit your existing windows with home window tint as your Spring home improvement project this year.

Three Benefits of Home Window Tinting in Northern Ohio

Many of our customers in Toledo and the surrounding area choose this time of year to update their home windows. Here are some of the biggest benefits of window film when the temperatures rise in spring and summer.

  • Greater Energy Efficiency – We use modern window films to retrofit nearly any window to improve their energy efficiency. By improving the insulating properties of your windows, window film improves the comfort of your home while reducing the load on your air conditioning system. The result is often a more enjoyable home environment with lower utility bills.
  • Protect Furnishings from Fading – UV rays, heat and glare from the sun can cause significant damage to your floors, carpets and furniture. Home window tinting works to block these contributors to fading and extend the life of your furnishings.
  • Add Privacy and Decor – We use decorative window films on any window where additional privacy is needed. From bathrooms to entryway windows, there are many options to add privacy without sacrificing looks. These films also add a custom decorative element to nearly any glass panel.

Find Out How Window Film Adds Style And Savings To Your Home

We hope this gives you some ideas on how home window tinting can be the perfect addition to your house this Spring. If you have any questions or would like to schedule a free, no obligation quotation, please contact us. You can also call us at (800) 975-8183, or email us at info@clearviewtinting.com. We service all of Northern Ohio, including the Toledo, Sandusky and Cleveland areas.