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June 22, 2012

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Gina

This is a great article; however, I would like to note that although window films help, I have found that they hold a lot of heat. Put your hand next to it. I have found the better solution is a rollshade in front of the window. It blocks the sun from reaching the window for dramatic results.

wrightrichard007

Thanks for this post. I wonder how these sun control films in Sacramento work. Apparently the UV rays are quite a bit stronger. Any ideas? Thanks again. http://www.tintmastersac.com/faqs/

Brad Hoss

So according to this and the comments, I should get some (http://www.tintmastersac.com/faqs/) sun control film, but also a rollshade in front of the window? That should help lower the heat here in Sacramento. I swear, my house gets way too hot sometimes.

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