When choosing window films or tints, the first thing you need to think about is why you need it for. While most window tints are meant to be part of a decoration but there are many benefits to having glass window films.
For instance, the trend in bathrooms these days is to open them up to natural light and the use of frosted window tinting is the best option to enjoy privacy while still allowing natural light to come to the room. Such decorative tinting not just brings added value to the house but also provides privacy and protection from direct sunlight.
How does window tinting work
To understand how residential window tinting works you also need to understand Visible Light Transmission (VLT). VLT is shown as a percentage of how much the light passes through a pane of glass. The higher the percentage the more light will pass through the film. If you want to have more privacy, and heat protection, then choose for a lower rating type of film.
How much should you spend on your window tints
There are a couple of factors that will determine how much you will spend for the window films like the type of film you’ll choose, the size and number of windows you choose, and if there are old tints that need to be removed.
If you are planning to do your own DIY, you can purchase some pre-cut rolls of window films, but be prepared because you are likely to get some poor results if this is your first time. Better talk to a professional mobile window tinting West Ipswich and have the films installed for you for better and faster result.