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Conserving Energy With The Usage Of Window Films

We must be much more cautious of our environment and consider the future generations that will inherit this place we call earth. Although conserving energy will not eliminate global warming, it will most definitely help reduce the extreme effects of climate change. How can you conserve energy? Reduce your carbon footprint using window films from …

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Use Window Film To Reduce Heat And Glare

Let’s admit it. We’re tired of the heat and glare that comes with standard windows, and we dream of how all-natural sunlight can still stream into our homes without the headache-inducing glare and disruptive heat. There must be a way to reduce heat and glare!? Introducing All Pro Window Tinting, an easy and professional tinting …

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Does Window Film Reduce Heat In Your Home, Car or Business?

Sunlight is not only great for our daily lives providing vitamin D but also provides us with heat. All of the energy from the sun arrives as solar radiation. Solar radiation includes visible light, ultraviolet light, infrared, radio waves, X-rays, and gamma rays. With that being said, when sunlight shines through the window of our …

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3 Benefits To Having Window Tint During Winter

When it comes to window tinting, many people think that the weather can have a significant impact on the film itself. While some may think that winter is the worst time to have car tinted, the truth is, the application process doesn’t differ during certain season. With that being said, it’s important to know how …

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Legal Window Tinting For The State Of Georgia

Georgia Window Tinting Laws For passenger vehicles in the state of Georgia: Front side windows: 32%, plus or minus 3% or increase light reflectance more than 20% Rear side windows: 32% / no limit Back window: 32% / no limit Windshield: 6” shade band Tint reflection: no more than 20% reflective More info on limos, …

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Standard Window Film Vs. Ceramic Window Film

When it comes to window tinting for your automobile there are many options. All of our products offer privacy, enhanced appearance, and protection from heat but some films are designed to offer greater performance for customers. Here we are going to discuss the difference in technology between standard and ceramic window film for automotive tinting. …

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Protecting Your Home From UV Rays

UV rays can cause your furniture and flooring to fade over time. If you’ve invested in hardwood floors and brand-new furniture protecting them is a priority. As the sun bleeds through your windows, it increases the risk of damage. Even blinds and curtains can’t protect these surfaces from losing color due to UV damage. You may not …

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Premium Automotive Tinting & Why It’s Necessary

Auto Window Tint | All Pro Window Tinting

Premium automotive tinting is not only manufactured to lower the radiant temperature; it is also utilized to enhance the appearance of the vehicle. These days, there are options for both inexpensive and premium window tinting products. Getting to know the distinctions between these two will make a difference between investing in a tint that lasts …

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About All Pro

All Pro Window Tinting is North Georgia's premier window tint company. We service all of metro Atlanta including the cities of Acworth, Alpharetta, Blue Ridge, Buford, Canton, Cartersville, Chatsworth, Clayton, Cumming, Dahlonega, Dallas, Ellijay, Fairmount, Helen, Hiawassee, Jasper, Kennesaw, Marietta, Milton, Norcross, Rome, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Smyrna, Vinings, Woodstock, and Young Harris, as well as the counties of Cherokee, Cobb, Fannin, Floyd, Forsyth, Fulton, Gilmer, Gordon, Gwinnett, Hall, Lumpkin, Murray, Rabun, Pickens, Towns, and White.
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