Decorative Window Tinting

With advances in technology have come an increased variety of new processing techniques, allowing for the creation of higher precision in window tinting and decorative window films. Decorative window tinting is taking the world by storm, and is in high demand by interior designers, contractors, and window installers both commercial and residential.

Functional Aesthetics

As an authorized SOLYX® dealer, we offer an extensive variety of decorative films in patterns and shades to fit your style. Each film is removable, to allow for ease of design updates along with changes in trend and style.Any window or glass surface can be converted to privacy or designer glass in a number of attractive patterns. Decorative window tinting can give your front door glass or even your skylight glass panels a leadlight decorative look, create a sensational bathroom screen, or design an attractive room divider with a designer look at a very affordable price.

Easily Update Your Look

Decorative window tinting, unlike general window tints, has a permanent acrylic adhesive system protected by a removable release liner that must be removed prior to installation. After removing this release liner, each window tinting is installed using a water and soap-based solution. Because of this process, decorative window films are easily removed and replaced to update the appearance at a later time. This is a particularly notable benefit for rental tenants, because while most landlords don’t want permanent changes to their windows, removable window tinting is often allowed. These decorative films allow for an upgraded look for an affordable cost, especially when compared to the cost of installing full replacement windows.

Commercial uses for Decorative Tint

Decorative window tinting is ideally suited for applications that require day or night privacy without sacrificing the natural light levels in both commercial and residential applications. Commercial tintings are found in banks, restaurants, health clubs, hotel foyers, conference rooms, and are often used as office partitioning. Commercial buildings are dramatically increasing the use of internal glass walls as partitioning which brings natural light into offices, creating greater work productivity, as well as the feel of a more spacious room without sacrificing privacy.