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  1. I told them I wanted 35% for all. Our HOA says that "window film must be non-reflective type" which is silly b/c the windows themselves are reflective. Since 35% reflects less than 25%, that is what I told them I wanted. The problem is merely an issue of light/glare mitigation. We have double paned windows with low-E coating (brand new home) so I don't think the films will offer much savings in terms of electricity for cooling.
  2. So I got three very different quotes from three different installers to apply window film to all windows in our house. The quotes are as follows: Global Films Dual Reflective: $2500 Avery Film PerLite: $3500 3M NV Series: $4200 All three claim they have proposed film that is suitable for installation on double planed windows with the low-E coating. I know some of the cost difference will be bc of the labor cost of the installers, but is there a big cost or quality difference in the film? Are the three seen as relative equals? If cost was no object, which of the three is the best film in your opinion?
  3. Do y'all know if Global will take over the warranty for the window?
  4. Good morning, My wife and I are looking to get our home tinted. We're looking at using Global Window Films Ceramic Dual Reflective (CDR) Architectural Window Film. Has anyone used this material? What is the quality like, and is it suitable for double paned windows? We live in Houston TX and our house is in the east-west direction so we get a lot of heat and lighti in the mornings and evenings.
  5. Good morning, My wife and I are looking to get our home tinted. We're looking at using Global Window Films Ceramic Dual Reflective (CDR) Architectural Window Film. Has anyone used this material? What is the quality like, and is it suitable for double paned windows? We live in Houston TX and our house is in the east-west direction so we get a lot of heat and lighti in the mornings and evenings.