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Your home has several systems in place that help keep it cool during the summer, like your HVAC system. But does your home struggle to cool during the summer?

Sunlight entering the home on hot summer days can rapidly increase indoor temperatures, which translates into even higher utility bills during summer months.

Looking for a solution? One way to avoid rising temperatures in your home is window tinting. This extra layer of defense against the heat works to improve the efficiency of your HVAC system and save you money, as well as protect the interior of your home.

With the beautiful Southern sights here in the Lowcountry, we know you want to keep your curtains open and enjoy the view. But this often means rising indoor temperatures and, therefore, higher energy costs.

With window tinting in your home, you can keep your curtains open without having to worry about excess heat. Window tinting lets light through your windows but blocks out heat, giving you natural lighting in your home without overworking your HVAC system.

UV rays are more powerful than you might think. UV rays shining through untreated windows can bleach furniture and fade rugs and carpets in just one season. Window film and tinting will protect your home from these damaging effects. Window tinting can eliminate up to 99% of the sun rays that can ruin your upholstery and carpeting, extending their life by years.

It is important to know the difference between high quality window film installed by a professional versus the average window tint you can buy online and install yourself. When it comes to significant cosmetic changes like these in your home, leave it to the professionals.

With many options to choose from, it is recommended to use a durable safety film that delivers the benefits you need, alongside making your windows shatter-resistant. This means that if your windows experience heavy impact, your home can be protected. You’ll be able to enjoy the 99% elimination of UV rays along with the safety of shatter resistance.

Window film and tinting is a wise choice for the Lowcountry.

Dave Miller, owner of Superior Services, has been providing residential and commercial HVAC services in the Lowcountry for 20 years. gotosuperior.com