- Will window film lower my energy bills?
Yes. Solar control window film blocks heat, which lowers the cost of air conditioning. This makes your home or office more energy efficient year round, all without changing your windows.
- Can I still see outside of my home any time of day once the window film is applied?
Yes. The window film reduces the glare, and at night, reflection is kept to a minimum.
- Does window film have to be dark to block the UV rays and heat?
No. The technology of the window films we use differs from the traditional dyed films. The current lighter metallic films are designed to keep out both UV rays and heat more effectively.
- Is window film safe for impact glass?
Yes. Our manufacturers will warranty all films and the glass that it is properly applied to. We adhere to strict guidelines regarding impact glass application, and we have carefully selected specific films safe for impact glass use.
- Is window film safe for dual-pane glass?
Yes. Our manufacturers have tested and guarantee their films with glass breakage and seal failure warranties.
- Can film be applied to Low Emissivity or ‘Low-E’ glass?
Yes. Our window films can increase the energy efficiency of Low-E glass in certain situations.
- Do you offer a warranty?
Yes. All products we use come with a warranty backed by the manufacturer as well as Todd’s Custom Tinting. The residential warranty is lifetime, and the commercial warranty is 10 years.
- Does Todd’s Custom Tinting have a physical location?
Yes, our Big Pine location is indoors and air-conditioned for a guaranteed clean installation.
- Does window film require special care?
No. Our window films are safe to clean with most window cleaners. A scratch resistant coating makes them easy to clean with a paper towel or soft cloth.
- Does window film reduce the risk of skin cancer?
Yes. The window films we use block as much as 99.9% of UV rays. The Skin Cancer Foundation recommends our products for sun protection in your home, office, or car.
- Will window film block too much sun for indoor plants to survive?
Plants will have enough sunlight to grow even after the high amount of UV rays blocked by the films we use.