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RESIDENTIAL window tinting

The Problem: In Castle Pines, a golf-centered community of about 2,000 near Castle Rock, Colorado, houses may be designed with many large windows so residents can enjoy the spectacular views of the golf course. But along with fabulous views comes the need for privacy, security, and protection from sun damage to furnishings.


The Solution: Homeowners in Castle Pines, and other communities in Douglas County who usually discover these needs after moving into their new home, frequently call Cool Shade Unlimited Window Tinting of Castle Rock, Colorado, in search of help. As an authorized 3M Scotchtint window film dealer, Cool Shade Unlimited has installed window tinting film on many homes in the community.

For one client, it was recommended to cover more than 600 square feet of glass with a combination of RE35NEARL and RE20NEARL Scotchtint window tinting films. To block the heat and UV rays to the windows on the back of the house, we applied RE35NEARL. We used RE20NEARL to add protection from UV rays and increase privacy to the windows on the front of the house. 

In addition to needing privacy and protection for their furnishings, the homeowners were concerned about out-of-control golf balls hitting and shattering the windows. Both of the 3M Scotchtint window films that were applied will give them added security because they bond tightly to glass and help hold shattered glass in place. 
This can reduce the dangers to the people inside the home if a window were to break. 

The Results: The homeowners say they are pleased with the prospects of year-round protection for their furnishings, lower energy costs, and the added privacy and security. In addition, because 3M Scotchtint window films block up to 99% of the sun's UV rays, the homeowners can leave their drapes and blinds open to enjoy the views and not worry about sun damage to their furnishings and carpet

DID YOU KNOW?  Even without direct sunlight, ultraviolet rays can enter your home's windows and fade your valuable interior furnishings. Ultraviolet rays are a major contributor to costly fading of fabrics, wood floors, draperies and furniture.
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