Tinted windows help to beat the summer heat

By Hawaii Renovation Posted in: Windows

The record high temperature in Hawaii was in September 1994 — it reached 95 degrees.

In fact, record high temperatures have been in the 90s from April through November.

When we read about Hawaii’s summer heat, we think about the usual three-month span of summertime.

But as you can tell, we deal with the sun’s heat for most of the year.

Don’t sweat it! T&T Tinting Specialists is here to keep you and your family cool.

T&T is documented by Window Film Magazine as one of the top five residential film installers in the country. (T&T is also the number one auto film installer.)

By having T&T’s Vista Window Film installed on your windows, you can cut out up to 78 percent of the sun’s heat from entering through the glass.

Vista Window Film also cuts virtually all the sun’s damaging UV rays — up to 99.9 percent — and reduces fading on your hardwood floors, carpets, draperies, furniture and artwork.

Benefits also include a huge reduction in glare, making for HD quality views, and a cut in energy costs — eliminating the need to blast your air conditioner.

There are many types of residential window films to choose from.

T&T Tinting has everything from clear to darker film to colored film and “frosts” to create Glass Graphic art for entryways and shower doors.

Tinting your home is more affordable than you may think. Based on 150 square feet of glass, T&T can tint your whole home for as low as $1,000 and it comes with a transferrable lifetime warranty.

T&T Tinting encourages customers to book their installations online at tnttinting.com for its special offer to save 10 percent.

See why T&T Tinting is celebrating “35 years of cool.”

The company is located at 3035 Koapaka St. or 1014 Kawaiahao St., near Ala Moana.

Call 275-4565 or explore tnttinting.com for more information.

T&T TINTING SPECIALISTS INC.
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