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December 2020

3M Thinsulate Window Film

3M Thinsulate Window Film

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After looking at an array of window films, you can feel lost and wonder “what window film is best for me?” If you are looking for a window film that offers climate control, then 3M Thinsulate window film is for you.

Thinsulate window film can help improve your home by saving energy and making it more comfortable for you and your guests.


In our day and age, it’s crucial we reduce our carbon footprint and develop a sustainable community. Luckily, 3M Thinsulate window film is environmentally friendly. Adding this window film will reduce the strain on your building or home’s energy systems. This ultimately means lessening the fossil fuels used for heating and burning.

Lower Your Costs

Not only will you have temperature-controlled and be doing your part for the Earth, adding Thinsulate window film will lower your costs. Thinsulate is a powerful insulating film so, it will trap the hot air inside during the cold months and keep the cool air inside during the winter months. It’s a double whammy having both lower energy costs and the perfect temperature inside. All year round, Thinsulate can keep you comfortable

In All Kinds of Weather

No matter where you’re located, Thinsulate window film works for any weather. Whether you live in a cold area or hot area, this window film controls heat and glare issues. Additionally, it keeps homes and offices temperatures regulated. Especially when it comes to hotter areas, this window film will help keep your temperatures down, making a comfortable environment for you. 3M Thinsulate window film keeps your summers cool and your winters warm.


If you are interested in adding 3M Thinsulate window film to your home or office, contact us through our website here.


Reduce your Carbon footprint - Add Window film

Do More for the Earth

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We all have a duty to keep the earth clean and beautiful. When we think of being sustainable, we think of recycling and reusing materials. However, adding window film to your home or business can reduce your carbon footprint.

The average carbon footprint for a person in the United States is 16 tons.

It’s time to do our part and reduce our carbon footprint. First step: Add Window Film. 

What is your carbon footprint?

A carbon footprint Is the total amount of greenhouse gases (carbon dioxide and methane) that are generated by our actions.

Just by commuting somewhere and using electricity, you are adding to your carbon footprint. The biggest problem with the emission of greenhouse gases is the creation of climate change.

Climate change is the last thing our planet needs. Check out this calculator and find out what your carbon footprint is.

How Can Window Film Help?  

With the installation of window film, your windows have the ability to increase the energy efficiency of your home or office.


For one thing, window film controls the temperature inside. This keeps a manageable level of UV rays warming up your space.

At Indy Tint,  Sun Control Films. Adding this film creates temperature control- Reduce solar hot spots throughout the office, and energy savings-your office can save up to one ton of air conditioning for every 100 feet of exposed glass.

This will ultimately reduce the strain on building energy systems.

Add Window Film

If you have done the carbon footprint calculator, then you know starting with something small to help our planet is a good idea. Try adding window film to your home or office today and give us a call. 

Fun Facts about Window Film

Fun Facts about Window Film

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What are some of the things I need to know when it comes to window film? You’ve made it this far looking into window tint, that’s why you’ve come across this blog. You may be hesitant on adding window film to your home or business, but don’t fret.

There’s just a little bit more to be informed on, here are some fun facts:

Tinting your Windows

Why should I tint my windows? Let’s be real, we spend the majority of our time indoors. Whether at work, home, or even your car, you’re surrounded by windows. Adding window film will make you comfortable, add security, add privacy, and regulate temperature.

Know your Options

It’s important you know all of your options when it comes to adding window film. Knowing the different types can help benefit you. At Indy Tint, we have many products to choose from. We offer Sun Control film, Safety and Security Film, Fasfara Decorative Film, and our newest Thinsulate Film. Depending on your needs, any of these options could help you with tinting your home, office, or even car.

Maintain your Tint

It’s important you know how to take care of your window film. You want to avoid brushes, scouring pads, abrasive towels, and baking soda when you clean your window film. To properly clean your film check out these steps:

  •  add a simple solution of mild dish detergent and water together.
  • Spray the solution onto the window film.
  • Use a SOFT cloth, paper towels, or a damp sponge to clean.
  • If you are using a sponge, make sure to clean it often!

Know your Resources

When adding window film, you should always be aware of your resources. Always check for warranties, sustainable designs, and tax credits.

Learn State Tinting Laws

Many states have regulations when it comes to window film. It would be a shame to waste money on window film because you used the wrong type or didn’t follow the regulations. Make sure to know your state’s window film laws before adding to your car, home, or office.

Hopefully, these few facts can help you decide on adding that window tint in the most effective and efficient way. To install, give us a call today.