During your in-home consultation, we take precise measurements of the windows you would like tinted. Using these accurate measurements we will precut the window film back at our shop, so that there is no mess to clean up inside your home.
The film will then be rolled up, taped, and labeled to the corresponding rooms that we will be tinting.
Next, a window will be prepared to be tinted. The window will be rigorously cleaned and squeegeed to make sure that there is nothing between the glass and the film.
A trained technician will then remove the liner from the film, spray the window with water, and place the film onto the glass.
The water activates the adhesive on the back of the film and must be squeezed out from between the glass and film. We always lay down towels during this part of the process to ensure that your window sills do not get wet.
Lastly, the edges are trimmed to fit the exact dimensions of your window. Your neighbors will likely be unable to notice that there is any film on your windows.
During the next 30 days please do not clean your windows or touch the film, after the adhesive has set the process is complete.
You will be able to enjoy your beautiful windows and can open the blinds without glare in your eyes, or on your television.
From this point forward your air conditioning unit or heater will not have to work as hard to do its job, and you will save money on utilities.