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Mirror Glares Concers from some the films that offer the higest level


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Guest belusch

I have been this forum with great interest. I most definitely want to install tinit on my residential home windows, but which ones??? Still doeing research on that. My home faces the South and southwest and gets hammered by the sun from about Noon to Sunset here in Salt Lake.

1 Which products would you recommended first for its to total heat reduction?

2. Whcih would you recommended if the glare from outside could become problemsome with my neighbors?

3. During the winter months, I would like some energency to come in to help warm the area but I am willing to thake that risk?

4. Where can I buy these poducts either locally or online to install on my own?

I am a newbee to this area, and found some great informatono.. Thansk Belusch

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Guest darkdan

1.) Silver 20

2.) Who cares what your neighbor's think?

3.) Tint doesn't work that way really. There are low-e films that help keep heat in though, but it won't just magically let in the heat during Nov to March.

4.) Gila Silver 20 from home depot.....post close up pictures when you're done. I need some DIY stuff on my website to show people why they pay me the big bucks to do it right. =)

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Guest ktown

Hello,

My name is Kyle. I am the owner of Town's Window Tinting. I can help you with your concerns. Check out our website for pics of houses with Silver 20 film.

www.Townswindowtinting.com or call 801-652-7951

Have a great day!

Kyle

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