Although it is not quite winter, Chattanooga’s temperature is starting to drop. So, if you are like most of us, you are already getting your home ready for winter. Right now is the perfect time to start figuring out what home improvements you want to make this fall because the choices you make now will affect your home until spring arrives.

Window film as a Fall Home Upgrade

Window film is an excellent addition to homes in the autumn. Not only does it create a barrier against cold weather, but because most of a home’s heat escapes through windows, window film can save you money on utility bills. It’s a win-win!

If you’re looking for a window film that will keep your home insulated from the cold, we recommend taking a look at some of the options below. These are three of the brands we commonly suggest to customers who are in search of powerful window insulation films.

Our Professional Picks For Cold Weather Window Films

EnerLogic 70: With a visible light transmission of 70%, this window film still allows plenty of natural light in, but it works hard to keep cold air out and your home warm. In fact, Enerlogic has been shown to reduce heating costs by up to 10% in colder climates!

3M Thinsulate: 3M Thinsulate is the perfect way to keep your home comfortable all year round. It blocks out the sun in summer and traps heat in winter, saving you money on energy bills.

SolarGard Ecolux: This window film is ideal for homes in colder climates that use more heating than cooling throughout the year. It offers excellent solar control while trapping in heated air during winter, resulting in reduced energy costs.

To learn more about our insulating window tints and get pricing, contact us today!

Mike Kinsey, Author at Custom Tint Solutions

Mike Kinsey uses his knowledge of window film products and industry innovations to help customers find simple, versatile solutions for meeting their architectural goals. As the Operations Manager for Custom Tint Solutions, he is the head of sales, customer relations, and product education and also personally oversees all window film installs from start to finish. His fifteen years of experience combined with his background in construction and project management sets him apart as an expert in his field. Mike's qualifications are extensive and are backed by certifications from 3M, EnerLogic, and AIA for continuing education.