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Q: What does the (VLT) of a window film mean?
(VLT) or Visible Light Transmission, simply means the amount of Visible light that passes through from one side of an object, in this case a piece of glass, and comes out the other side. So, a window film that has a (VLT) of 25%, will allow 25% of visible light to pass through a window, and will block 75% of light from passing through the window.
Q: How do I know that if I tint the windows on my office, that I will make a difference?
There are ways of calculating the energy savings that can be made by applying a film to your office windows, or any window for that matter. Every window has an energy use value or (U-Value), this can be used to calculate how much of the heat or cold is coming in and out of a window frame, so once a film is applied, a new (U-Value) can be set for that window and an energy cost saving can be calculated. However, there are so many more benefits than just heat rejection. Theres privacy, glare reduction, U.V. protection and much more, and no ongoing costs. For more info, visit our Why Glass Tinting pages.
Q: I know what film i want, but i want a professional finish. Where do i find someone whom can install this product?
If you want a professional finish, then contact a professional, and the best possible way to contact an independent window tinting business near you is to just click on the PROFESSIONAL GLASS TINTING QUOTES tab at the top right of the page. Just enter your postcode or Suburb, and you will receive results for up to 5 qualified professional independent film installers in your local area. You can send 1 form to receive a quote from up to 5 quotes. Just remember, the cheapest quote, does by no means equal the best quote. Service and experience are something that can be worth a few bucks extra.