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How window tinting works

Considering window tinting for your Edmonton home or office? Whether it’s to reduce heat & glare, eliminate the bulk of harmful UV rays from entering your interior space, or to improve energy efficiency, window tinting is a beneficial upgrade. For nearly 30 years, Reflectech has provided glass tinting services to businesses and homeowners throughout Edmonton. Over the years, our process has been tweaked and refined down to an art form. Here’s how we do it. Continue reading →

Reflectech`s Anti-Graffiti Window Film Will Protect Your Property Against Costly Vandalism and Graffiti

Reflectech`s Anti-Graffiti Window Film Will Protect Your Property Against Costly Vandalism and Graffiti Reflectech`s Anti-Graffiti Film is a tough, clear protective barrier,that can be professionally installed to any smooth surface — such as windows, plexi-glass, metals or non-porous surfaces. This unique barrier-type anti-graffiti film not only protects against acid etch, spray paints and permanent markers, it can easily be removed … Continue reading →

Tint Question: Does Window Tint Reduce Heat?

Answer:  The short answer is yes, window tint does reduce thermal rays and, therefore, heat. In fact, that’s one of the top reasons for tinting windows in your vehicle, home, or office. Now that you know the short answer, we’ll go into more detail and answer some more specific questions about window tinting and thermal rejection properties.  Continue reading →

Glass is a liquid?

Many people believe that glass “flows” like a liquid, and the proof most often cited is that stained glass windows in ancient cathedrals are thicker at the bottom than at the top. The idea that glass is a highly viscous liquid at room temperature has even made its way into some textbooks.  Continue reading →

100 Proof By Debra Levy on January 28th, 2013

As a fellow member of the glass industry, I am guessing that you get a ton of questions about glass from family, friends and even acquaintances who seek you out at everything from cocktail parties to kids’ soccer games, looking for the answers to their questions about glass. Though the approaches may differ and the actual questions vary, they are all singular in purpose. I have found they all want just one thing; they want proof.  Continue reading →