Residential Window Film


Protect What Matters Most


When you invest in residential window film, you are investing in the protection of not only your home but also the people within it. Window film can add years onto the life of flooring and furnishings, reduce your electricity bills, and increase the level of comfort you experience through the reduction of bothersome heat and glare. Whether you’re looking to improve the aesthetics of your home with decorative window film, or you wish to protect your home from national disasters or break-ins, Professional Window Tinting has a residential window film solution that will meet your needs.

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Sun Control Window Film

Reduce Glare & Energy Bills, Increase Comfort

Sun control window film allows you to welcome natural light into your home, without experiencing irritating glare, heat from the sun, and the harmful effects of UV rays. Not only are hardwood floors and other valuable furnishings susceptible to damage from UV rays through the window, but humans are as well. Window film eliminates up to 99.9% of UV rays while letting natural light into your home. Additionally, it reduces bothersome glare from the sun, as well as hot spots caused by the sun’s light through the window. While window film controls the temperature within your home, it reduces the amount of work your HVAC system has to do, resulting in lower energy bills. Invest in your comfort, while reducing your energy bills with sun control window film.

Common Uses of Sun Control Window Film:

  • Reduce glare and bothersome hot spots in your home
  • Protect furnishings, flooring, and occupants from harmful UV rays
  • Increase energy savings through temperature control


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Safety and Security Window Film

Protect Your Home & The People Within It

Windows are one of the most vulnerable places of a home’s structure. Safety and security window film adds a layer of protection to your windows, allowing you peace of mind. 3M security window film is designed to stretch rather than tear in order to prevent shards of glass from flying in the event of a natural disaster or a break-in. This feature can deter criminals by making break-ins more difficult while allowing you extra time to get help in case of an emergency. Rest easy knowing that your windows are backed by the power of 3M safety and security window film.

Added protection agains:

  • Burglaries
  • Armed intruders
  • Natural disasters: hurricanes, wind storms, etc.
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Decorative and Privacy Window Film

Completely Transform Your Space, Without Breaking the Bank

Many people love natural light but also value a level of privacy within their homes. With decorative and privacy window film you don’t have to choose. Featuring a variety of different patterns and shades, decorative and privacy window film can not only add to the aesthetics of your home but also increase your level of privacy. Allow light in, without letting anyone see inside. Frosted films can turn any surface into a work of art, while also creating privacy.

Common Uses for Decorative & Privacy Film:

  • Bathrooms
  • Garage Windows
  • Patio Doors
  • Door Sidelights
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Low-E Films


Increase comfort and energy savings all year long with Low-E Window Films. Not only do they protect against the harmful effects of UV rays and reduce glare, but they can also help to keep temperatures comfortable no matter the season. In the cool, winter months, Thinsulate window film keeps your house insulated and warm, and you also reap benefits in the summer! All-season window film allows you to say goodbye to the hot spots caused by the sun’s heat during the summer, and the cool drafts that linger near windows in the winter. Not only does this allow for increased occupant comfort, but it also works to lower energy bills. For comfortable temperatures year-round, lower energy bills, and reduced glare, all-season window film covers all the bases.

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