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Does Window Tint Protect During Hurricanes?

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Window tinting in Fort Pierce has lots of benefits. Could hurricane protection be one?

Vero Beach, United States - November 26, 2019 / Tight Line Productions /

People have a lot of questions about window tint because it just isn’t something most learn about unless they are looking into having it done.  Window tint is available for vehicles and homes as well as commercial buildings.  It has many benefits. Some people wonder if it keeps windows from breaking and can, therefore, add to hurricane protection.

Window tinting in Fort Pierce has a lot of benefits, but hurricane protection is not one of them.  While window tinting products keep improving, hurricane protection is not something that has been developed yet in the industry.  Who knows? Maybe someday it will be available!

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Window tinting does not prevent windows from breaking.  It does help hold the glass to the tint if a window is broken, though, which prevents shards of glass from flying everywhere.  So, for instance, if someone breaks a tinted car window in order to break into a car, there should not be pieces of glass all over the car.  The shattered glass should basically stay together with the tint, but the window WILL be broken, perhaps lying on the seat of the car.  This is a safety feature that window tinting does provide.

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Along with preventing shattered glass from flying everywhere, window tinting protects individuals, cars, homes, and offices.  No, it does not offer protection from hurricanes, but it does offer protection from harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays from the sun.  The fact that it protects people is the most important safety feature of window tinting.  UV rays are extremely harmful to the skin, sometimes causing melanoma which is the most serious form of skin cancer.  It can even be fatal. 

Window tinting protects the interior of a car, home or office.  It helps prevent fading of furniture, flooring, discoloration of wall paint, and fading of artwork.  All of these can be very costly to replace, so the longer you can make these items last, the better.  Window tinting blocks approximately 99% of the UV rays which cause such fading.

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So, hurricane protection is not part of window tinting, but protection from skin damage caused by the sun, protection from the fading of expensive interior items, and protection from broken shards if a tinted window is broken are all forms of protection that an untinted window does not provide!

For more information about the protection window tinting offers, visit Solar Solutions’ website!  They have been in the window tinting industry serving Fort Pierce, Vero Beach, Palm Bay, and Melbourne for over twenty years.  They use the highest quality products installed with the utmost care and professionalism.  At Solar Solutions, they know their customers will enjoy the difference that tint makes in their lives – regulated temperatures, lower energy bills, and protection from the sun’s harmful UV rays.  Solar Solutions is ready to add some protection for their customers, so call them today.

Contact Information:

Solar Solutions Window Tinting

983 12th Street
Vero Beach, FL 32960
United States

Brian Schauder
(772) 633-6795
https://www.solarsolutionsvero.com/

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