Challenges & Installation
There weren’t many obstacles to work around as Nadia’s home was very open and organized. One factor we had to be cognizant about was the time of day we were going to be installing during.
The installation took place in the morning when the exposure of the sun was in the rear of the house. Initially, we installed the tint in the front of the house due to the southeast exposure and shifted to the back as the sun transitioned to the front.
As stated previously, the lighting is extremely important because too much direct sunlight could cause the film to cure too quickly and it wouldn’t be able to adhere to the window properly, causing peeling or bubbling of the film.
We installed window film on the entire ground floor windows, which was a huge task in itself. The windows were pretty large in comparison to standard double pain windows that most homes have.
Installer, Josh Spivey was forced to use a step ladder to reach the tops of the windows. The space was immaculate in terms of cleanliness and the amount of furniture we had to work around, making it a pretty simple installation.
Overall, Nadia was very pleased with her window film installation, especially because of the energy saving benefits she received.
Nadia expressed her final opinion saying, “I judged the quality by looking at my windows and not being able to tell that anything had been done to them other than all of the great things that resulted from tinting them.” This further vindicated the positive impact that window tinting had on her home.
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