Prepare YourWindows for Fall Storms with Safety and Security Films

The Atlanta metro area may be a bit too far inland to be directly affected by hurricanes, however that doesn’t mean that we don’t get some nasty storms. High winds and flying objects such as roof shingles, tree branches, and debris can break windows on impact. By adding shatter-resistant films to your windows you can protect your home, workplace, and … Read More

The Tint Guy’s 4 Automotive Window Tinting Options

Automotive window tinting offers a variety of benefits to drivers, passengers, and automobiles. This wonderful film blocks UV rays, provides privacy, and decreases glare while also reducing solar heat build up, glare, and interior fading.   The 4 Options We Provide The Tint Guy offers four types of automotive window tinting to best suit your needs and vehicle.* Traditional(3 stars): … Read More

Benefits of Low-E Window Glass Film

Low-Emissivity (Low-E) window films are virtually invisible, thin sheets of clear material which offer a wide variety of benefits, including: Improved energy efficiency and insulation Untreated windows are responsible for up to one-third of the average home’s total heating and cooling losses and they are responsible for up to 40% of total heating and cooling losses in commercial buildings. Low-E … Read More

Combat High Summer Air Conditioning Bills with Window Tinting

Windows brighten any home, provide a view to the outside, and allow fresh air to enter. They can also cause excessive energy waste. Heat entering through your home’s windows on a sunny day cannot escape. It accumulates and can lead to it actually becoming hotter inside your home than outside. This means your air conditioning is working overtime to keep … Read More

Combat High Summer Air Conditioning Bills with Window Tinting

Windows brighten any home, provide a view to the outside, and allow fresh air to enter. They can also cause excessive energy waste. Heat entering through your home’s windows on a sunny day cannot escape. It accumulates and can lead to it actually becoming hotter inside your home than outside. This means your air conditioning is working overtime to keep … Read More

UV Eye Saftey

Two different types of light can enter the eye: ultra violet (UV) light and visible light. While visible light, such as sunlight, can be seen, UV light cannot and even on cloudy days when visible light is minimized, UV rays can still be high. Over time, exposure to UV rays can increase the occurrence of eye problems and eye cancers. … Read More

Privacy Window Films (Casper Cloaking)

Open layouts and plentiful windows are common modern office design elements that offer the feelings of freedom, spaciousness, and transparency. Unfortunately, this open accessibility may also lead to potential privacy breaches, especially in technology, medical, and financial offices. For visual privacy, workers have often closed blinds and curtains or maybe even papered over windows to protect sensitive information. By installing … Read More

Protect Against “Tagging” with Anti-Graffiti Window Films

Billions of dollars are spent every year cleaning up graffiti in the United States. Graffiti or “tagging” can contribute to loss of revenue for businesses and give the perception of nearby criminals and/or gang activity. Properties located in neighborhoods abundant withgraffiti vandalismcan even lose up to 15% of their value, according to the National Association of Realtors. Fight back against … Read More

Trust The Tint Guy with Your Automotive Window Tinting

Automotive window film, also called window tint, not only looks great but it provides numerous benefits to you, other occupants in your car, and to your car itself. Protects against fading:Window film defends your car’s interior against harsh direct sunlight which can crack or discolor your vehicle’s leather interior and fade the upholstery. Decrease glare:By decreasing the glare on your … Read More

Reduce Skin Cancer Risks with Window Films

You’re smart about sun protection when you are planning to spend time outdoors (I.e. sunscreen, hats, long-sleeved clothing), but how are you protecting yourself from skin cancers and the visible signs of skin aging when you are indoors? At least 50% of the sun’s UVA rays can pass through windows and penetrate deep into your skin, causing DNA damage that … Read More