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Window tinting makes your windows safer, more efficient, and better.

 

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The simplest way to improve your windows, period.

Window tinting is a simple upgrade to any window that provides remarkable benefits and works 24/7. Using window tinting on your windows can reduce the harmful effects of sunlight while reducing fading and improving the strength of your windows. Best of all, window tinting requires no effort from you and works with or without other window coverings.

As the most highly reviewed window tint company in the San Francisco Bay Area, we are ready to help you too! Some of the benefits homeowners like you are getting using window tinting in their homes:

  • 99.9% (UV) Ultraviolet light rejection
  • Better clarity and less glare of your view
  • Heat rejection that reduces cooling cost
  • Stronger and safer windows incase of breakage
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Make your home more secure with window tint.

Window tint helps you to protect what matters most. It offers a layer of both  safety and security. Window tint helps to prevent break-ins and protects against accidents from broken glass.

Glass doors and windows are among the most vulnerable points of entry and pose the greatest threat when broken. In the event of a storm or a home intrusion, window tint holds broken glass in place. 

 

  • Holds glass in place during break-ins
  • Prevents injury from broken glass
  • Gives you extra time to safeguard your family

HOW IT WORKS

Better Windows, In 6 Easy Steps


As we start the window tinting project, we want to make sure you understand what’s going to happen. We’ve designed our process to keep you free from worry. Our simple and honest process leaves you feeling well taken care of.

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Step 1: Get in Touch

Ready to get started? The first step is to get in touch with us and send us a few pictures of your windows. Describe your problems and goals and we’ll get back to you with a phone consultation. Fill out the contact form or get in touch with us directly at (707) 755 7337.

 


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Step 2. We Call You 

You won’t have to wait for weeks to hear back from us. Within a day of your inquiry, we’ll give you a callback. We’ll talk about your project to see how we can best help. If you haven't done so already, we’ll ask that you send us a few pictures to better understand your needs.

 


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Step 3. Get an Estimate

After we receive your pictures, we’ll have a second phone conversation to explore all the variables of your project. When we are on the same page, we will be able to provide a verbal estimate during the call. We will also schedule the on-site visit at a convenient time for you.

 


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Home Window Tinting Prices


Window tinting is an affordable solution to upgrading your windows and is often half or less the cost of removing and replacing your existing windows. We focus on providing the highest-quality and longest-lasting window tinting products. 

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Basic Window Tinting*

$750 - $1500

Includes all travel to your location and the installation of window tinting of your choosing by our experts and applicable warranty. Covers the installation of 1 - 10 windows depending on size.


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Average Window Tinting*

$1500 - $2500

Includes all travel to your location and the installation of window tinting of your choosing by our experts and applicable warranty. Covers the average installation of 5 - 20 windows depending on size.


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Large Window Tinting*

$5k - $10k

Includes all travel to your location and the installation of window tinting of your choosing by our experts and applicable warranty. Covers a large installation of 10 - 30 windows depending on size.


*Prices are averages and may change depending on the number of windows, the materials chosen, and the access of all windows. You’ll receive an exact quote for your unique window tinting project after the in-home consultation.

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What Homeowners Like You Say


Frequently Asked Questions


Can Window Film Provide Day And Night Privacy?

A very common customer request – A window that you can see through during the day, but can give you privacy at night, even with the lights on.

Sadly, we have to inform you there is no such thing. There is no film that is transparent (allowing light to pass through so that objects behind can be distinctly seen) during the day and at the same time blocks the view from the outside at night when you have the light on inside.

All glass in windows reflects a certain amount of light; the percentage reflected depends on the type of glass in the window. The higher the efficiency of the window, the more light it reflects. During a very bright day, a passerby would probably not be able to see through a high-efficiency window into your home, this is because the amount of light being reflected is greater than the amount of light coming out of your house.

The same principle applies at night when you are inside your home. If you try to look through your window at night in a brightly lit room, you would probably see your own reflection, because the amount of light being reflected is greater than the amount of light coming from the outside. Furthermore, since a window only reflects a percentage of visible light, the light that is not being reflected is going through the window and into the dark street. This, of course, would enable any passerby to see through your window.

Can Window Film Cause Glass To Crack?

This question is probably one of the more important questions because the wrong window film can, in fact, cause your glass to crack. The reason that window film can make glass crack is due to the film absorbing too much heat. This is why it’s important to know whether your glass is a single pane or dual pane because there are certain window films that are appropriate for each one.

With proper window film selection (that’s where we come in) there is little risk to your windows, seals, or frames. Although the risk is small there is still a chance the glass could crack due to unforeseen circumstances that's why we offer warranties against such things as thermal breakage and seal failures (when applicable). Contact us for more information.

Will Window Film Kill House Plants?

If you love your house plants and are worried that window film will harm them, take heart. Window film blocks UV rays but not the red and blue rays that plants need to live. These two colors are not part of the UV color spectrum, which can be harmful to humans.  Window film also helps to regulate room temperatures and moisture. It really contributes to creating a stable environment for your plants by minimizing intense sunlight. In most cases, the best practice is to see how plants fair in spaces with new window film. Most plants will adjust to window film just fine.

How Much Does Window Film Cost?

Window film is one of the more cost-effective window treatments you can install. In terms of how much window film costs, prices vary based on several factors. The type of window film, the size of the job, the working conditions, and the timeframe.

Window film prices are generally based on the square footage of glass your project has, and just so you get an idea of numbers, on average, a solar film can cost anywhere between $8/sqft to $18/sqft. Our team will be able to go into further detail about pricing when they meet or speak with you and can show you different samples of what you are interested in as well as what they cost.

For more information on pricing, you can read our cost and pricing article here.

You can also get a quick online estimate from us in your email here.

Can Window Film Be Removed

We can remove any window film without damaging your glass surface. While window film can be removed, it isn’t easily removable in the sense that you need to worry about it falling off over time. If properly maintained, window film can last several years in both residential and commercial settings.