Can You Reduce Heat Levels By Tinting Your Windows?

The Simple Answer:

Yes, you can reduce heat using window tint simply because it has the ability to reduce thermal rays. Actually, one of the main reasons why people tint the windows in their office, home or vehicle is to reduce heat. We can now go a little deeper into window tint and its thermal rejection properties, having learned the short answer to the above question.

How It Works

Window tint is basically designed to filter out the thermal rays responsible for the temperature increase linked to sunlight. Designed to be spectrally selective, Sundown Tinting solar window tint blocks out specific solar radiation wavelengths. This window tint prevents interior heating while still allowing for the illuminating action of solar rays, by acting as a filter that allows wavelengths associated with natural lighting to pass through, and blocking those that increase heat levels.

How Much Heat Can You Block Using Residential Houston Window Tinting

The quality, shade, and type of the tint under consideration have a bearing on its heat rejection properties. Remember to find out as much as you can about heat rejection percentages before buying window film or tint, because different sellers offer different types of solar tint. You can block out 40 percent and 71 percent of heat using Sundown Tinting’s lowest solar rejection films, and Sundown Tinting Ultimate Tint respectively. Sundown Tinting sales reps will help you identify your goals and choose a fitting tint type if you are not sure of your preferred level of heat rejection.

Can You Keep Your Car Cooler Using Houston Window Tint?

You can keep your car’s interior cooler using window tint. One of the biggest issues when it comes to car windows, specifically windshields, is that they allow large amounts of sunlight into the cabin, increasing interior temperatures to uncomfortable levels as a result, simply because they are designed to offer drivers a wide view of their surroundings. Since solar tint doesn’t always have to be a dark shade, and can, therefore, be used on windshields, it can be used to keep the car’s interior temperatures lower.

Can Window Tint Be Used To Keep Buildings And Homes Cooler?

Regardless of the structure, it is used on, whether residential or commercial, thermal filtration capabilities of solar tint remain the same. To sunlight can heat up a room quickly, significantly increasing the cost of cooling the space in question, even though we love structures designed with expansive windows that offer unobstructed outdoor views. You can enjoy the generous amounts of natural light that large windows allow into your home, without the associated temperature increase that’s bound to leave you sweating in your seat by choosing to use commercial and residential solar window film. The insulating properties associated with solar tint also help reduce heat loss in cold weather.

Your questions regarding solar window tint and its heat rejection properties have hopefully been answered. We encourage you to reach out to Sundown Tinting representatives, for more information, if you still have questions about the heat reducing capabilities of window tint.

Call us today or contact us now for more information on window tint safety and finding the right window film for you!