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Nobody likes Reflective?


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Guest LindsayTint

I have read alot of the flat glass posts on here and it seems that alot of you do not like reflective. I seen one person write on here saying it gives a look of a m*th lab (very funny comment I must say) IMO a reflective tint looks nice as long its not done to extreme. Is it a location thing a geographic thing or just personal taste. The few customers I have done estimates for really dont have an opinion and just usually go with what I suggest for what they are trying to achieve. Most of what my customers want is Glare reduction. Alot of newer subdivisions in my area with only saplings offering no shade. Is reflective the best choice for Glare reduction? I assumed from the specs that reflective silver is the best solution for glare reduction. Chime in and tell me whats what.

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Guest vclimber

In many cases it is not a matter of what I like or don't like, it is what the community CC&R's will allow me to install. Nowadays, I find that they are restricting reflective films but allowing the non-reflective ones.

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When you install residential, you do not want to alter the appearance of the house. People do not want to be looking at a mirror on the outside of their home. Also at night, people want to be able to see out instead of themselves.

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Yeah...But most people don't realize how nasty that stuff is on the interior at night, or on a cloudy day even. I've done plenty for people that insisted, but I really do just about anything to avoid that stuff now. I was just in an office the other day with silver 20 recently installed by someone else. They weren't real thrilled. :bingo

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I live within walking distance of 3 golf courses (eat your heart out OT). you would not believe the amount of homes I've done in Silver or Bronze 35 &/or 20 because people on the courses want some privacy from golfers walking by. guess it just depends on the area you're in and what homeowners deal with. and most people close their blinds or curtains at night anyway. :bingo unless they have a great view....then it's time to talk a different film.

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