Window Tinting Benefits
The sun is the biggest cause of prematurely aging skin and skin cancers. Overall, exposure to UV radiation from sunlight accounts for about 90% of the symptoms of premature skin aging. Almost all window film will block 99% of both UVA and UVB rays.
Even small amounts of UV radiation trigger the processes leading to skin wrinkles.
Intense exposure to sunlight in early life is an important cause of melanoma, a type of skin cancer.
Long term repetitive exposure to sunlight adds up and may be responsible for most unwanted consequences of aging skin, such as basal cell and squamous cell skin cancers.
UVB primarily affects the outer skin layers and is the main cause of sunburns. It is most intense when sunlight is the brightest. Window glass filters out UVB.
UVA penetrates more deeply and efficiently. The intensity of UVA rays is less dependent on the time of day and season of the year than UVB rays. Window glass does not filter out UVA, which is why you will benefit from window tinting.
Window tinting makes the inside of your car cooler, especially during hot summer days. It reduces heat generated by direct sunlight which will benefit the inside temperature of your vehicle. Depending on the grade, window film can block anywhere from 35-65% of the solar heat that builds up in a vehicle. You can balance climate and comfort for everyone and cut down fuel consumption from air conditioning overuse.
Reduced glare will dramatically reduce the strain on your eyes from direct sunlight and bright nighttime headlights. You can get rid of glare by controlling the light source, the surface reflecting it, or by filtering it before it reaches your eyes with window film tinting. The best way to treat eye strain is to prevent it in the first place.
Sun and heat fade fabric colors and deteriorate textile fibers. Window film blocks harsh sunshine that can fade upholstery and discolor leather and vinyl. It protects car interiors from cracking to keep your car looking new.
Shattered Glass Protection
Window film is designed to keep glass from shattering if an object hits in. In the case of a car accident, the window film can protect your windows from shattering . The film usually holds the little pieces of the glass together even after the window breaks.
Window Tinting comes in various degrees of shading to provide a level of privacy for you, your passengers, and your belongings. When you park you car, you can walk away knowing that prying eyes can't see the valuables in your vehicle.