Home Window Tinting in Long Beach, California Posted on August 19, 2015August 19, 2015 by Window Tint Los Angeles This stunning home in Long Beach California was suffering from a lack of privacy in the bathroom and an abundance of heat in the living room. Home Window Tint for Privacy – Long Beach, California As seen in the pictures below, the large bathroom windows face the street. A reflective privacy window film would not have a been a good choice because at night, when the lights are on inside and its dark outside, someone at the street would be able to see right in. Reflective privacy window films provide privacy during the day, however at night the privacy is lost. Architectural white frost window film provides privacy both day and night while still allowing 73% of the natural light to shine in. Frost privacy window film also provides 99.9% protection from harmful UV rays which can be responsible for the fading and discoloring of floors and furniture and even can be harmful to your skin. Long Beach home window tinting for privacy. The bathroom windows face the street so increase privacy with window film is a must Home Window Tinting in the canals of Long Beach, California Reduce Heat with Home Window Tint Huper Optik Ceramic window film was chosen to reduce the heat for this Long Beach Canal home. Huper Optik Ceramic is a metal fee and dye free film. Going with a metal free home window film was important for this Long Beach home because of its beautiful water views. A film that contains metal in it will reflect to the interior at night. From the inside looking out you’ll see a reflection inward. From the outside, there will be visible into the home. With such a view, the Metal Free Ceramic window film is the clear choice. We provide residential and commercial window film installation in Los Angeles and Orange County including Redondo Beach California. We cater to our local communities in Los Angeles South Bay and surrounding areas such as Santa Monica, Playa Del Rey, Marina Del Rey, El Segundo, Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach, Torrance, Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills, San Pedro, Long Beach, Huntington Beach, Seal Beach, Orange County.