Home Window Film Installation in Los Angeles – Huper Optik Ceramic 30 Residential Window Film Posted on July 19, 2014January 16, 2015 by Window Tint Los Angeles This homeowner called us out to install window film on their Los Angeles home windows . Home window tint is a great way to save energy and money on heating and cooling as well as increase the comfort level of your home or business, protect interiors from fading and people from 99.9% of damaging UV rays with Huper Optik nano ceramic window films. Not all window films are created equal and Huper Optik is the best of the best. A view from the front of the home before any window film is applied. As you can see, the glass is clear and with no film applied and the sun beating down on the house, its not different than when you get into your car after its been sitting in the sun. An in-progress shot of the installation of the window film. It is important to have absolutely perfect cuts on the film sides and corners to avoid any light gaps between the film and the windows frame. Huper Optik ceramic 30% window film was applied to this window that looks out to the beautiful backyard. This film is completely dye free and metal free which means it will not fade overtime. The window film will not only provide these homeowners additional privacy but also reduce energy costs to cool and heat their home which is especially important in an area like Los Angeles which can get rather hot and cold. Home window film can provide significant saving on home energy costs, maintain a safer and more comfortable home and reduce interior fading by rejecting 99.9% of UV light. A look out of this beautiful Los Angeles home’s backyard after the window film has been applied. Los Angeles and southern California have some of the most amazing views because of the many hills and valleys (not to mention the pacific coast) As good as the view looked from inside, it looks even better from outside The rear sliding glass doors with Huper Optik window film applied. You can see the difference if you compare the sliding glass doors with the window to the left above the two chairs.