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Residential Window Tint Saves Money and Energy


There are few things more rewarding in life then purchasing your very first home, and as exciting as this might be, there are obviously many things to consider when taking on such an endeavor. Although window tinting may not exactly be the first thing that comes to mind when acquiring a new home, taking the time to have windows of your home tinted is undoubtedly a worthy investment that you certainly don’t want to overlook! Read more about how residential window tint saves money too.

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Did you know that by simply installing a window film throughout your home, you can increase your savings each and every month? Winterize your home with residential window film, you can save energy and money. Without window film, your typical residential windows have nothing that can prevent heat from escaping through the glass, and that’s where window film comes in!

By adding an invisible or tinted window film in your home, your insulating properties will increase up to 92 percent. This will help trap heat indoors, so you won’t have to run your heater as often and you’ll save on energy. Our premium window tint saves money and is a great long-term investment for your home.

Although seldom acknowledged, tinting film has the unique ability to minimize heating and cooling loss. This allows your home to conserve heat during the wintertime, while simultaneously repelling heat during the summer! This valuable benefit offered by tinted windows is almost certain to not only cut down on energy costs, but also to make your home much more comfortable in those uncertain summer and winter months.

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ADDITIONAL SAVINGS: Protect Your Furniture

To put it bluntly; residential window tint saves money, and when making an investment, obviously the desired result is to profit from it in the future. You may find yourself asking, “How can home window tinting benefit me or save money in any way?”

One simple answer is this; by reducing the amount of sunlight that’s able to enter your home, the window tint protects both the furniture and interior of your home from incurring damage due to excess sunlight. If you have furnished a home in the past or are in the process of doing so, you’ll realize that furniture can be very pricy and is certainly not something you would like to replace before necessary. However, if left unprotected from the harsh rays of sun, this may very likely be the case!

Residential window tint saves money and by applying tinting film to the major windows of your home, you will provide your home and furniture with a veil of protection from the sun, without obstructing too much natural light from entering you home. This allows you to enjoy the benefits of your home’s windows, the natural light and view of the outdoors, without the risk of causing any serious damage.


Last but certainly not least, by having your windows tinted you are also taking a proactive step in better protecting your home from the risk of attracting unwanted attention. By obscuring the interior of you home from the outside, tinted windows allow you to keep your personal property hidden from public view. This not only provides your home with an extra layer of privacy, but also reduces the likelihood of a home invasion or robbery.

You can also choose an additional form of privacy by including a variety of shades, designs, patterns, and colors. For privacy concerns, you can even get frosted glass that admits light but obscures the interior.

Learn How: Window Film Adds Extra Security to Your Home


No matter where you live, taking some time to prepare for a season change is beneficial for your home. If your winters get snow and icicles or just palm trees and cooler temperatures, winterizing your home with these tips can help you have a safer and less expensive winter season.

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  • Windows. As we mentioned above, window film is one of the best winterizing steps you can take, and they’re great for all weather conditions. In the summer, window film helps keep harmful UV rays out of the home, and in winter, it helps keep in the warmth.
  • Fans can help distribute heat. While fans are often associated with hot days, they can actually help distribute the warm air around your home. Simply reverse the direction of their spin cycles – make them run counter-clockwise in rotation.
  • Check your fireplace flue before your first fire of the season! Make sure you have proper ventilation and consider sweeping your chimney before the cold weather hits and you’re craving a warm fire.
  • Check over your doors to see if they are sealed. Does light come through or can you feel air through a doorway? Then you probably need to seal your doors. This will help keep cold air out, and warm air inside where you want it nice and cozy for the holiday season.
  • Pipes and pluming checks. You may need to turn off outdoor water accesses.
  • Check your detectors. Home fired and carbon monoxide accidents are at a higher percentage over the winter months, so check over your detectors to make sure you and your family is protected from harmful gas.


If you want to enjoy lower utility bills or ensure that your skin, furniture, and electronics are protected from dangerous UV exposure, then get residential window tinting for your home. At Tintmaster we have spent the last 25 years providing each of our clients with high-quality window tinting and would certainly love to do the same for you.

So remember, window tint saves money and when it comes time to invest in quality tinting for your home, there’s only one master; that’s Tintmaster! 

As a family owned and operated business, Tintmaster prides themselves on professional installation, high-quality materials, and unparalleled customer service. They have been serving the Sacramento area since 1989 and have built a reputation for excellence. If you need automotiveresidential, or commercial window tinting, give the specialists at Tintmaster a call at 916-852-8468.

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