Your windows are the soul of your house. They not only add to the beautification of the house, but also a link to the outside world. But the light entering through these windows contain harmful UV rays, which can damage your furniture or cause premature fading of your curtains and carpets, so it is important to provide them with a protective sheath to save your house from these harmful rays. We, at West Broward Tint, have come up with just the kind of Residential Window Tinting to help the people of Coral Springs, Fort Lauderdale, Pembroke Pines, Pompano Beach, Sunrise FL and Weston.
Here under are mentioned 2 things you should know before installing window tint.
- Best Time to Tint Windows
Season plays a big role in installation of tint on the windows since it takes about a week for the film to dry up. That is the reason it is generally advised to tint windows in spring and fall because of the following reasons:
- They are more affordable during this time as the demand is relatively reduced,
- Installation in summers are difficult due to the high humidity,
- The wet solution poured on the tint tends to dry up faster in winters thus making it difficult to smooth it after installation
This makes spring and fall the best time as it’s neither too humid nor to dry.
- Window Film Maintenance
It is unlikely, but possible that there are trapped air or water bubbles. These usually evaporate within 15 days depending on the weather. If not, they can be removed with a squeegee. Being less porous than the glass, dust does not accumulate easily on these films, but cleaning them with a mild dish washing detergent and water can keep the film looking new for many years. Also at times, the residual adhesive can be stubborn; this needs to be removed with mineral spirits and a soft cloth.
So, if you need any professional assistance for tinting your home windows please feel free to call us at the soonest.