Automotive Window Tinting
The sun is the center of our solar system, and brings light to our lives and greets us each morning. But its life-giving rays can also cause a good deal of damage. The sun emits many kinds of invisible and visible light, including X-rays, ultraviolet, and infrared. It’s many of those light forms combined that can cause damage to your home and even your skin.
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Have you ever moved the furniture around in your living room and realized your floor is fading? This happens because the sun’s UV rays are coming into your home and causing damage over time. Most of us understand the importance of applying sunscreen to our skin when we’re outdoors to protect against skin damage and cancer. But if your furnishings inside your home are fading from the sun’s UV rays, that means your skin is getting damaged, as well, even if it isn’t noticeable.
Before 3M film was invented, the options for limiting solar heat were fairly limited. One of the most common solutions for reflecting the light was a metallic spray, which was used to coat the glass and limit the transfer of heat. But these sprays were a challenge to install and would often streak, making them a less-than-ideal solution.
It might not seem that long ago since hybrid vehicles were a fairly new technology, but these days, they’re everywhere. Hybrid and electric vehicles have gone from being a novelty aimed at decreasing global fossil fuel use to becoming a standard feature for many new cars. The Tesla Model X is a prime example of how far hybrid tech has come with its perfect crash rating and high performance.
America’s commercial drivers are the arterial force that keeps this country running. They spend far more time in their vehicles than most Americans, and safety while on the road is usually at the forefront of their minds. But they’re usually so focused on road safety that they don’t realize there are other hazards to themselves while they’re out on the highway.
There’s nothing quite like being behind the wheel of your car. But while you’re out on the road, you want to do everything you can to keep you and your passengers safe. When most people think of car safety, they might think of seat belts or obeying traffic warnings. What many drivers don’t realize is there’s one more way they could protect themselves and their passengers that is often overlooked: ceramic automotive window tinting.
If you’ve ever been stuck in traffic in the dead heat of summer, you know there’s no amount of car air conditioning that can cool you enough if your windows don’t offer any protection from the sun’s summer rays. In fact, the sun’s rays can cause all kinds of damage to your car and even the passengers inside of it.
When you think of automotive window tinting, the first thing that comes to mind may be the super dark window tint on collectors’ vehicles. Automotive window tint is something that many of us take for granted. However, adjusting the level of window tint on your vehicle or upgrading it with better quality film can have a number of surprising benefits for both you and your car.
When it comes to advertising your brand, why not take advantage of all that time you spend commuting around town by turning your work vehicle into a working advertisement? Vehicle wraps offer a terrific, non-invasive, and fun way to build brand awareness for your company. With a vehicle wrap, you can have all the buzz of a custom auto paint job without the expense and time invested.
Your vehicle can take a real beating out in the open. Gravel and other debris from the road, acid rain, hail, harsh sunlight and bird droppings. Vehicles aren’t cheap, and you want it to look good for as long as possible, and not scratched, faded, stained, or chipped by flying rocks.
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