Boynton Beach, FL (PRWEB) July 31, 2014
Instead of pulling down shades to block out the glare of the sun after a rough night, more and more South Florida residents are choosing window tinting. Installation of window film can help cut down 99 % of UV radiation and 90 to 97% of infrared radiation. In fact, the Skin Cancer Foundation recommends the use of window film in a variety of settings to help reduce the harmful effects of the sun.
More and more Floridians are choosing window tinting to help reduce unwanted glare, harmful UV rays, and increase privacy.
Blocking Up To 99% of Harmful UV Rays
According to the IWFA, window tinting can provide “Up to 99% Ultraviolet (UV) light reduction". Reduction of UV rays and glare through the use of window film also improves TV and computer screen viewing, reduces fabric and textile deterioration, and limits exposure to harmful UV radiation. Experienced companies like John Barnes Window Tinting offer multiple solutions to meet unique residential needs.
Window Film and Light Sensitivity
For people who are sensitive to light or who have light-sensitive conditions, window tinting services are a must-have. John Barnes Window Tinting installs window film on residential homes that helps reduce glare and unwanted light while leaving views intact. Properly installed window film not only cuts down on harmful and unwanted UV radiation, it also beautifies properties as well. Full-service window tinting companies with experience like John Barnes Window Tinting often offer a choice between different strengths and colors of window film before installation.
John Barnes Window Tinting
John Barnes Window Tinting installs window film on residential windows throughout all of South Florida. With more than 25 years of experience in the industry, they are the leading experts on window tinting in residential and commercial markets. John Barnes Window Tinting is helping all of South Florida avoid harmful UV rays and save money on costly cooling.
For more information about window film installation from John Barnes Window Tinting, visit http://www.johnbarneswindowtinting.com.