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Add comfort, security and privacy to your home windows.

We know the importance of maintaining a comfortable temperature in your home. This is why our top-notch home window tinting services are specifically designed to control the heat—keeping your home refreshingly cool on hot days and preserving warmth during the colder ones. This ensures your home is comfortable in all seasons and allows for significant energy savings.

But the benefits of home window tinting films extend beyond just temperature control. Our window tints offer an extra layer of security and safety, protecting your home and loved ones. Our window tint films also effectively reduce glare, creating a relaxed, comfortable environment for all your screen-related activities.

Benefits of window tinting films for your home.

Sun Protection

The Australian sun can be harsh and cause your expensive curtains, window coverings, and paintwork to fade quickly. Our solar window film blocks up to 99% of UV rays, so you can invest in quality home interior decor with the assurance that it’ll last and never fade!

Privacy & Security

Add security and privacy to by shielding your home and belongings from public view. Our window tint films are designed with the latest one-way technology to block vision in the daytime while allowing natural light to enter. Great for entrance doors and sidelights.

Energy Efficiency

Enjoy a warmer or cooler home with less energy during Ballarat’s infamous winters and a cooler environment. Don’t forget its hot summers! In fact, you’ll notice a drop in your energy bills and an enjoyable home comfort.

Home Entrance Privacy

Home Entrance Privacy

Doors featuring glass panels at the centre and sides are now commonplace in new estates, such as Lucus, Winter Valley and Delacombe. 

Choosing to frost these panels with Frosted Window Tinting Film presents a much more cost-effective and aesthetically pleasing solution than purchasing blinds. We carry an extensive selection of frosted window films to suit your needs.

Modern homes increasingly integrate clear glass into their front entry doors and sidelights. In such cases, a frosted glass door or applying a frosted film for door privacy emerges as the most economical and optimal solution.

Installing a frosted film renders the glass opaque, providing privacy during both the day and night. Furthermore, frosted films are translucent, allowing a significant portion of natural light to filter through. This ensures that the room doesn’t lose its brightness and maintains a well-lit ambience.

Our team is committed to assisting you in selecting the best frosting option for your front door and side panels to achieve privacy around the clock. We extend our services to all suburbs in Ballarat and some parts of regional Victoria. Please get in touch with us to schedule an appointment. 

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Block 99% of UV light to prevent fading of your home furnishings


Control glare to improve visual comfort for screens and monitors

Heat Rejection

Efficient heat rejection means improved comfort


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Home Window Safety & Security

The fundamental concept behind Home Window Tinting for safety and security film is that it forms a durable membrane that preserves the integrity of the window even when shattered. Consequently, instead of the hazardous scattering of glass fragments upon breakage, the pieces adhere to the film, maintaining their place. 

This not only helps prevent personal injuries or damage to property, but it also creates an additional barrier, making it challenging for burglars to enter a building or vehicle.

Generally, safety and security film is transparent, utilising an adhesive crafted for robustness and safety. This film can be applied on any smooth glass surface, inside or outside. It can also enhance a glass panel to comply with the AS/NZS 2208:1996, the Australian safety standard for glass in human impact situations.

Though often clear, safety and security films are available in various colours and thicknesses – the thicker the film, the more robust the substrate to which it is applied becomes. This means the film will hold the fragments together even if the glass breaks, minimising the risk of injury from flying glass and making forced entry more difficult. We only use the king of window tint film brands.

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Don't Suffer Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Regret

While it may seem tempting to use DIY home window tinting films purchased from outlets like Temu, Bunnings, Amazon, or eBay, it’s essential to understand the potential disadvantages of this approach.

First, the quality of such films can vary significantly, and often, these products do not meet the standards of professional-grade home window films. This can lead to a range of issues, including poor adhesion, bubbles, peeling, and sub-par performance in terms of heat and UV ray rejection.

Secondly, the installation of window films can be more complicated than it appears. It requires precision and expertise to ensure a seamless finish, free from bubbles and creases. DIY window film attempts often result in noticeable flaws that detract from the appearance of your windows and undermine the film’s effectiveness.

Finally, DIY window films usually lack the robust warranties offered by professional window tinting companies. This means that if the film starts to peel, bubble, or deteriorate in any way, you’re left to handle the costs of removal and replacement.

For these reasons, investing in professional home window tinting services is often wiser and more cost-effective in the long run. This ensures you receive high-quality films, expert installation, and the peace of mind that comes with a solid warranty.

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Enjoy the benefits home window tinting film.

Ready to start enjoying the benefits of home window tinting? All our quotes for home window tinting are free and without obligation. Our local tinting professionals are fully trained, experienced, insured, and can provide a 100% satisfaction guarantee for all tints.

Discover how affordable it is to tint your home by calling our friendly local professionals today! We welcome all inquiries. In addition to these benefits, our window film:

  • Rejects Heat: Window film can provide up to 82% solar energy rejection versus untreated glass. This control of hot spots and overall unwanted interior heat from the sun helps create a more comfortable living experience while reducing cooling costs.

  • Reduces Glare: Be it direct sun, headlights, water, or surrounding buildings, glare can be bothersome and dangerous. Our window film, much like sunglasses, does an excellent job of cutting glare.

  • Increases Privacy: Our products are designed to provide a desired level of privacy while improving energy efficiency and maintaining natural lighting.

  • Increases Safety & Security: Accidents, forces of nature, and human threats can instantly turn a pane of glass into dangerous shards. Our thicker protective safety films provide extra protection in case of breakage and increased security for your possessions against smash-and-grab robberies.

  • Blocks UV Rays: Stopping virtually all UV rays, window film provides an effective “sunscreen” for your skin, protecting against harmful effects of the sun like skin cancer and permanent vision impairment.

  • Reduces Fading: Window film blocks up to 99% of UV rays while also significantly reducing heat. This double protection against the primary causes of fading helps safeguard your valuable home furnishings and fittings.

"Clear Choice Window Films helped us solve the problem with our cold bedrooms. Tim came to see us and recommended a Low-E film that has helped greatly. He was friendly and knowledgeable and I couldn't be happier with the finished result."

- Alex B

Frequently Asked Questions & Answers About Window Films for Your Home

Residential window tinting film is a specialised polyester-based material designed to be installed on your home windows. Its purpose is to control the amount of sunlight that penetrates your windows, offering a range of benefits such as heat reduction, UV protection, glare minimisation, increased privacy, and enhanced security. These films are typically professionally installed to ensure proper fit and maximum performance.

Window tinting films work by altering the properties of your home’s windows. The films have reflective and absorptive properties that allow them to control the transmission of sunlight. By reflecting and absorbing a portion of the sun’s rays, these films decrease the heat, glare, and harmful UV radiation entering your home, creating a more comfortable and safer living environment.

Window tinting film offers several benefits for homeowners. By blocking solar heat, these films can significantly improve your home’s energy efficiency, reducing summer cooling costs and retaining warmth in the winter. They reduce glare, making activities like watching television or working on a computer more comfortable. They provide an additional layer of security, as they can deter potential break-ins and protect against broken glass. Moreover, they block harmful UV rays, which not only protect the health of the inhabitants but also prevent the fading and degradation of furnishings, curtains, carpets, and artwork inside your home.

The longevity of window tinting film can differ based on factors such as the film’s quality, the installation’s expertise, and the intensity of sunlight exposure. Nevertheless, most premium quality residential window films are designed to last anywhere from 10 to 15 years, with many even offering a lifetime warranty for residential use. Proper care and maintenance can also extend the life of window film.

The amount of light that a window tinting film allows into your home depends entirely on the type of film you choose. Some films are virtually transparent, allowing a significant amount of natural light to enter while still rejecting heat and UV radiation. Others may be more tinted or reflective, offering higher privacy and heat rejection but potentially reducing the amount of natural light.

Yes, window tinting film can indeed be removed from your home windows. However, it is highly recommended to have a professional perform the removal. Improper techniques can result in damage to the glass or leftover adhesive residue. A professional will have the right tools and skills to ensure a clean and safe removal.

Window tinting film can be applied to most glass windows found in homes. However, certain types of windows, such as those with specific coatings or certain forms of double-glazing, may not be compatible with window film. Before applying window film, it’s important to seek advice from a professional window film installer to determine the suitability of your windows.

Window tinting film installation is a delicate process best left to professionals. First, the window surface is thoroughly cleaned to remove any dirt or residue. A special application solution is then sprayed onto the glass, and the film is carefully applied, ensuring it aligns properly with the window’s edges. The film is then smoothed out to remove any air bubbles or creases. After installation, it takes a few days for the film to fully dry and adhere to the glass.

Window tinting film in a residential setting doesn’t require extraordinary care. After a few days post-installation, you can clean your tinted windows just as you would clean regular windows. Use a soft, clean cloth or a squeegee and a non-abrasive cleaning solution to prevent scratches. It’s important to remember that the film is installed on the inside of the glass, so cleaning the exterior of your windows will remain the same.

The cost of installing window tinting film in a residential home can vary widely depending on several factors. These factors include the size and number of windows, the type of window film selected, and the complexity of the installation process. Other considerations may include the location of the home and any unique requirements the homeowner might have. For a comprehensive understanding of the cost involved, it’s recommended to get a tailored quote from a professional window film installer who has had a chance to assess your specific needs.

Tinting house windows can offer several benefits, including increased privacy, protection from harmful UV rays, and improved energy efficiency by reducing heat transfer. It can also enhance the overall aesthetic of a home.

However, it is important to consider some factors before deciding to tint house windows. Darker tints may affect natural light and may not be suitable for some rooms. Additionally, certain types of window tinting may violate local building codes or impact the home’s resale value.

Ultimately, it depends on individual needs and preferences. Consulting with a professional window tinting company can provide helpful insights and guidance on choosing the right tint for a home.

Tinting your own house windows can be a complicated and risky process, even for experienced DIY enthusiasts. It requires specialised tools and knowledge to ensure that the tint is applied correctly and without damaging the glass or frame. It is also important to note that applying window tint without proper training can lead to inaccuracies in measurement, which can impact the overall appearance of your windows and compromise your privacy. Tints available from stores such as TEMU, Bunnings or eBay may offer a cheaper alternative, however ultimately you will end up paying multiple times. Get it right the first time with a professional installer and product.


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