Building a Sunroom? Why You Should Add Glass Tinting to the Project


If you're building a sunroom onto your home, and you want to enjoy maximum benefits from the added space, don't forget to tint the glass. You might not think that your sunroom needs tinted glass, but that's not the case. You can actually protect your investment, and get more use out of your sunroom, by having the glass tinted. Here are just four of the reasons why your sunroom glass should be tinted. 

Eliminate the Glare

If you plan to spend a lot of time in your sunroom, the best thing you can do is tint the windows. This is especially true if you'll be spending your summer days lounging in your sunroom. The sun can cast quite a bright glare during peak daylight hours. Unfortunately, if your windows aren't tinted, that glare can interfere with your ability to enjoy your sunroom. This is especially true if you want to watch television, read a book, or take a nap while you're in the sunroom. Glass tinting can block the glare so that you can get maximum enjoyment from your sunroom. 

Improve Your Privacy

If you'll be using your sunroom as additional living space, you want to make sure that you have the privacy you need. Unfortunately, that's difficult to do when the glass isn't tinted. You could install blinds on your sunroom windows, but that will interfere with your ability to enjoy the view, which is why you should have your glass tinted instead. Once your glass is tinted, you'll be able to enjoy your sunroom, without worrying about nosey neighbours, and wandering eyes. Best of all, you won't need to block your view with window coverings. 

Reduce Temperatures

If your new sunroom is going to be a big part of your summer plans, don't forget to have the glass tinted. If you plan to leave the glass untinted, you might want to consider the thermal effect. You might not know this, but the sun that radiates through untinted glass can make your sunroom uncomfortably hot during the summer. That's why you need to have the glass tinted in your new sunroom. With tinting, your sunroom will stay cool and comfortable throughout the summer. 

Protect the Furnishings

If you plan to furnish your new sunroom, you can't afford to go without glass tinting. The sun can do more damage than you think. Constant exposure to the sun can cause your furniture to rot and fade. Unfortunately, that means you'll need to replace the furniture in your sunroom more quickly than you'd expect. Not only that but fading and rot can undermine the appearance of your sunroom. To protect your sunroom furniture from sun rot and fading, be sure to have the glass tinted.

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