Commercial Window Film

Window Films change the way your office feels not the way it looks. You and your employees spend a lot of time at the office. Make everyone’s time there more comfortable and energy efficient.

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Adding window film to your business has benefits past visual appearance. Doing so can make it more comfortable for your employees and clients, prevent fading on items in the building, and even decrease energy costs. We have some of the industry’s best decorative designs to enhance your office.

iTint partners with the top brands in the industry and employs highly trained and experienced installation technicians. Couple that with dedicated customer service and energy savings and you will be wondering why you didn’t call us sooner.

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Benefits of Commercial Films

By rejecting the sun’s solar energy, window films for commercial  and residential applications help reduce energy bills.  Additionally, comfort levels will be significantly improved with the reduction of uncomfortable hot spots and annoying glare. You’ll see an immediate return on your investment, plus, your employees, customers, and/or family will thank you.

The sun’s ultraviolet is a major contributor to the fading of window dressings, storefront displays, carpets, and wood floors. That’s why you need window film in your home, store front, or commercial building now! They reject 99% percent of the sun’s harmful and damaging ultraviolet light, helping to prolong the life of your furnishings and valuables.

Standard films provide an increased measure of shatter resistance to windows and glass doors because the film and its special mounting adhesive helps hold glass fragments in place. However, if safety and security are your major concerns, we offer thicker films that provide more safety and security. These thicker films provide shatter resistance to help pass inspection for home and building code.

Regardless of architectural design, window films installed on homes and commercial buildings are the most cost-effective way to enhance a property’s exterior appearance. With a vast variety of different shades, colors, and performance levels, its very easy to match films with the interior and exterior of the home or building.

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Commercial solutions

iTint also offers a complete line of commercial window films to help solve your energy efficiency needs. Our top Greenville tint installers will provide you a complete analysis on your facility. We will make recommendations from all technologies available in the Industry to best suit your needs.

We can provide performance models based on your exact glass specifications and update the performance of your window using clear calculations based on ISO9050 and ASHRAE standards.

We offer energy modeling, measurement & verification through data logging and return on investment calculations so you can make the best choice to fit your needs and budget. Our extensive list of case studies will provide you the assurance that you have made the right choice to improve the energy efficiency of your facility.

Privacy and Ambience

 Our selection of Decorative Films can provide your home or office a fresh and amazing new look and feel to your environment. These films are made from a polyester based material that mirrors the appearance of etched glass. Our Decorative film applied to your entry doors, bathroom doors and windows, office glass, restaurant, hospitality or healthcare glass for privacy and/or decoration can make a significant difference in ambiance, and look for your commercial or home environment.


We can add our one way privacy window films to your en suite bathroom doors and windows, Interior office glass shower doors, entry doors, hospitality and healthcare industry doors, windows and interiors, and restaurant kitchen and privacy glass.

FAQ / Decorative Window Tint

A decorative window film is ideal if you want privacy in the day or night without getting rid of any natural light. Window tint film will work in commercial and residential settings including conference rooms, health clubs, banks, hotel foyers, and office partitions.

With more businesses having glass walls for internal partitioning, a lot of natural light filters through the office making it a great work environment. This also provides the illusion of space, but does not offer much privacy. Decorative film will keep the natural light while providing the privacy needed in an office. In residential settings, this film can be used in bathrooms and on entry doors.

After installation, you need to leave the windows for 30 days. You will then be able to clean your windows as normal. However, it is recommended that you use a window cleaning solution and a soft, lint-free cloth. You should avoid any abrasive materials as they can damage the film. Ammonia-based window cleaners should also be avoided.

The lifespan of the film will depend on the window, the environment and where you live. However, the average lifespan is 3 to 5 years. If the film is not exposed to direct sunlight or excessive UV rays, they can last 10 years or longer.

The time it takes for the film to dry and cure will depend on the type of film and weather conditions, but the average is 30 to 45 days. While the film dries and cures, you might notice small water bubbles and a hazy appearance. This is nothing to worry about as it is normal and will disappear. When the film is dry, it will be virtually invisible and it will look like you always had the style of pattern.

This decorative film is made for privacy and aesthetics. Fading has a number of causes including heat and light rays. Decorative films will not reduce all causes significantly. However, the film does have the ability to block UV rays. If UV blocking is a priority for you, it is best to check the film can do this.

You might notice a change in coloring of your film over a period of 3 to 5 years. It is normal for film to fade over time because it is exposed to the heat and light of the sun.

It is possible to install the film on the shower door. However, it is recommended that the film is installed on the outside door surface. Additionally, the glass surface should be flat.

All decorative films are able to provide privacy at night as well as during the day. Of course, the level of privacy will depend on the type of film you have chosen. If you have any concerns about the privacy offered by the film, you should ask your supplier about it.

Decorative window film should be installed by a professional who is trained and experienced. Most films will be installed on the inside of your windows and glass doors.

The first step in the installation is preparing the window as well as the workspace around it. This could be furniture that has to be removed or window treatments that have to be protected.

Next, the film will be sprayed with a mounting solution that allows the installer to position the film on the glass. Tools and techniques will be used at this point to form the film to the glass. The edges will then be trimmed to create the perfect fit. The process is completed by a final squeegee to ensure the film is in place.

Yes, these films can be removed after they have been installed. This is one of the primary advantages of decorative film, particularly if you are renting the property. Most landlords will not object to the installation of a film when they know that it can later be removed.

The removal process is easy as the film is just peeled away. You will need to start on the corner and pull it away from the glass. To remove the remaining adhesive, you need to use soapy water and a razor blade or other sharp-edged object.

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