Redondo Beach Home Window Tinting with Ceramic 40% Huper Optik Posted on July 22, 2015May 4, 2016 by Window Tint Los Angeles Home Window Tinting in Redondo Beach, California by Window Tint LA Redondo Beach is a picturesque seaside community located just south of Manhattan Beach and nestled in between the city of Los Angeles and the northern border of Orange County. Though the Pacific coast is quite a bit cooler than inland areas, the consistent sunshine can lead to hot temperatures in the summer, making home window tinting in Redondo Beach very popular. Window Tint LA installed Huper Optik’s Ceramic 40% to the windows of the Redondo Beach home shown below. Huper Optik’s Ceramic line of window tints was a great choice for this home because of how close the home is to the beach. Many lower quality films contain metals that will degrade overtime, especially given the corrosive power of the salty sea air. Huper Optik’s dye-free and metal-free films contain no metals that will break down and absolutely no dyes whatsoever. When there are no metals to corrode and no dye that will fade, that means window tint that will look as good and work as well as it does the day it is applied for years and years after its installation. The dye-free and metal-free characteristics of Huper Optik’s Ceramic series is what makes it such a special film; it is not only our go-to recommendation for many properties, but in fact has earned it recognition by popular science as a green energy solution. Window tinting is an ideal way to stop wood floors from fading. The films we offer provide 99.9% UV light rejection. Metal-free window film was a perfect match for this Redondo Beach home; as it is situated in a beachside community that experiences lots of sun and deals with corrosive, salty sea air, this resilient tint was the best choice. Another view of the Redondo Beach home with Huper Optik Ceramic 40% installed by Window Tint LA. Window Tint LA installed window film in this Redondo Beach, CA home. Ceramic 40% Huper Optik window film does not limit the view out of a window yet still blocks 99.9% of the UV rays and provides 80% infrared heat rejection.