FAQ

What is Window Film?

Window Film, Window Tint, Rejection Film, Solar Film, Spectrally Selective Film, Nano Ceramic Film, Impact Resistant Film and others are all part of the same category of window treatments: applied, micro-thin materials that repel certain elements of sunlight, heat, sound, flying objects and other external forces to protect the internal environment.

Window film protects environments from UV rays, fading, heat, impact shattering, even unwanted audio surveillance (yes, there’s a film for that, too!) In hot weather, interiors are cooler; in cold weather, film contains internal heat and maintains the environment. In both cases, window film saves money over time by reducing energy and other costs.

Glare Reduction: A  window film dramatically reduces unwanted glare on computers, pictures, TVs: any reflective surface in your environment, but allows enough light in to promote interior plant growth and enhance the environment’s ambiance.

Fade Control: New window films installed by Sonny’s Glass Tinting will stop 99.9% of the damaging UV rays and slow down the fading process.

Heat Protection: A window film can reduce the amount of heat entering your home by up to 80%.

Maintenance: Window film is has scratch-resistant coatings that resist typical cleaning solutions, even ammonia-based household products. That’s why it is even good for dual-pane or insulated windows!

Warranty: Long-term, manufacturer warranties exist for all films installed by Sonny’s Glass Tinting against peeling, bubbling, delaminating and other adverse conditions.

Cost: A window film reduces utility costs and preserves interior possessions longer. Sonny’s Glass Tinting will consult with you to determine the most economical solution to your tint and window film needs.