West Palm Beach, FL sees more than its fair share of sunshine, and for many people all the bright sunny days are a major draw here. But that sunshine can be less welcome when it’s making your home too bright, too warm, or both. That was the case with this residence in West Palm Beach: the windows were letting in too much sunlight, leading to a glare and elevated heat inside. What was worse is that some of the windows are too high off the ground to be reached without a ladder, so it wasn’t like the homeowners could simply close the drapes or blinds. Besides, who wants to live in a home where the windows are always closed and it’s dark inside? On our watch, no one has to.
Home Window Tint Blocks the Light You Don’t Want
At the far ends of the sunlight spectrum are infrared light and ultraviolet light. The former is hot, the latter damaging, and both are invisible. The residential window tint we applied to this home in West Palm Beach blocks enough IR light to reduce heat and enough UV light to stop interior fading and discoloring. It also blocks enough visible light to stop the glare while still letting in enough light to make homes bright and inviting.