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Solar Control Glass Tinting - Diamond Certified Video Profile

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Published on Nov 2, 2010

For more information, contact them at (877) 312-1248.

Solar Control Glass Tinting Co. eliminates the effects of sun overexposure for residential and commercial properties throughout Northern California, from single-family homes to high-rise multiplexes. In addition to window tinting, it offers solutions for graffiti, eavesdropping security and safety issues. Other services include decorative interior and exterior glass applications.

Owner Rocky Burcham has seen the industry evolve from the days when tinting was done with liquids to the modern process of applying film. Solar film lets glare-controlled sunlight pass through windows while screening out heat and dangerous UV rays, he says. Bonding the film to the glass creates a barrier that protects against flying glass shards if the window is shattered. It also makes glass more difficult to break, which adds the element of security. Films with anti-graffiti surfaces protect against vandalism, while decorative films can mimic the appearance of expensive etched glass.

Solar Control Glass Tinting Co. provides free in-home estimates and samples of film. The company's website offers case studies from previous jobs and extensive information about its licensing and qualifications.

Company Philosophy

"Like our products, our personnel are top-quality. Many have been with us for 20 years or longer. All our employees take pride in a job well done. Excellent products and excellent service are the reasons so many Bay Area clients choose us again and again."

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