Commercial/Residential Tinting

clear alternative for reducing heat and blocking UV rays from entering your home or office is window film, which doesn’t obstruct your view. When you choose to get your windows tinted with a darker shade of film, this helps increase privacy as well as reduce glare that can be irritating to your eyes.

Our trained technicians at Digi Sports have been installing window tint for over 19 years. Call, text, or email us below to get an estimate. We recommend that you have all of your home/office window dimensions ready.

Reduce glare and fading of your furniture without sacrificing the beautiful view of San Diego when your windows are tinted.

Long-Term Benefits

These times demand increased solar protection. Home or office—it’s all about reducing energy costs and consumption. Professional solar control films deliver energy savings and much more. From a cooler, more comfortable interior to reducing glare and the fading of furnishings, solar control films will immediately provide many long-term benefits while remaining virtually invisible.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the benefits of home/office window tint?

Getting your home/office windows tinted helps decrease the amount of heat that passes through glass, block up to 99% of UV rays, cut annoying glare, reduce AC usage, and increase privacy. Window film can also hold dangerous shards together in case of glass breakage.

How long does window film last?

Professionally installed window film can last many years with proper care. The manufacturer offers warranty up to 15 years on commercial/residential films.

How long will it take to install?

The time to install home/office window film depends on amount of windows, location, shape, how dirty they are, and if any existing film needs to be removed.

Can window film be removed?

Yes, window film is 100% removable with the proper tools and technique.

Will it block my view?

Window film is semi-transparent and will still allow you to see through glass. However, darker shades may make your view less bright. Lighting may also affect the window tint appearance.