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Add Character to Your New Construction

One of the most common complaints of new construction homes is the lack of character. As I’ve busily saved money for the past few years to build my dream home, I’ve often been worried about this important issue myself. However, while completing some research, I’ve discovered many ways to add character to a newer home. For instance, installing crown molding, a wooden staircase, and trey ceilings are great ways to fill a new abode with character. Another great idea is to install a stained glass window. These colorful beautiful additions give your home old world flair. On this blog, you will learn how to add character to your new place by installing stained glass windows.

Signs You Could Benefit From Residential Window Tinting

Tinting your home windows is not necessarily essential. Plenty of people live good lives and are happy in their homes with plain, clear glass windows. However, there are certainly times when residential window tinting is helpful. Here are some signs you could benefit from having tint added to your windows.

1. You have high electricity bills in the summer

Are your energy bills higher than you'd like because of high AC use in the summer? Large windows can let in quite a lot of light, which warms your home. Your air conditioner may struggle to keep up and use a lot of extra energy in the process. Having tint added to the windows will keep so much sunlight from passing through. As a result, your home will stay cooler and your AC bills will stay lower.

2. You're worried about privacy

If you've ever seen someone looking in your windows, or if you are simply worried that people might look in your windows, then residential window tinting is a good idea. It will block the view into your home for the most part. Window tint comes in various darkness levels, and if privacy is your goal, you want one of the darker shades. 

3. You're always bothered by glare on your computer screen

Glare on a computer screen certainly makes it harder to work. You can move to a different area in the home, but what if you get a glare there, too? Some homes are simply not designed with computer work in mind. If you install tint on your windows, you can do computer work closer to them without glare on your screen and without having to close the blinds or shades.

4. You are sensitive to sunlight

Maybe you had eye surgery and are now sensitive to sunlight, or perhaps your skin is really sensitive to the sun. It's a good idea to install a window tint in order to block out the sun. Not all window tint blocks UV rays, however, so make sure the variety you select has this feature. Using UV-blocking window tint will help protect your curtains and carpets against sun bleaching, too.

Residential window tinting comes in handy in many different ways. If you recognize any of the scenarios above, then you can probably benefit from tinting. Contact a window company near you to get a quote. With numbers in mind, you can make a better decision.