Home improvements are a great way to build equity fast. Even minor renovations can make a big difference in the value of your home and also boost its curb appeal.
Updating your home requires time and money, but there are many affordable ways to get it done. There are lots of tricks you can use to save money.
For example, window films are a great option for Salt Lake City remodels on a budget. With window film, you can update windows and surfaces in your home affordably and give it a fresh, modern look.
How to Use Window Film to Update Your Home on a Budget
Window film isn’t just for windows. It’s also a great way to update walls, fixtures, cabinets, counters, and flooring. Here are some of our favorite window film ideas for home remodels.
Architectural Film for Surfaces
Did you know that you can use window film to resurface your cabinets, counters, and floors? Certain products like 3M DI-NOC Architectural Finishes are ultra durable and are perfect for this task.
Safety Film as a Tempered Glass Alternative
Instead of forking out a huge chunk of change on tempered glass, consider safety film as an alternative. This is a great way to update older homes to meet modern building code standards.
Decorative Film for Walls & Windows
Skip the hassle and mess of painting. Instead, use stylish decorative window films to update your interior. Frosted, etched, and patterned films are perfect for giving your home an aesthetic refresh.
Mirror & Metal Restoration Film
Restore old mirrors and scratched metal appliances with surface films. Graffiti Shield window films are our go-to brand for these types of projects and come in stainless steel, mirror, and aluminum finishes.
Energy Efficient Film
Give old windows an update and improve their performance with energy efficient window film. You’ll save tons of money by avoiding replacement! Check out this case study to learn more about the benefits of using window film in older homes: Case_Study_Thinsulate_Window_Film_Salt_Lake
Get More Ideas for Using Window Film in Your Home
Call Salt Lake Window Tinting today to find out how your Salt Lake City remodel project can benefit from window film.
About The Author: Mike Kinsey
Mike Kinsey is the head of operations for Salt Lake Window Tinting, one of the largest and most highly regarded window film companies in Utah. For the past decade, Mike has been using his extensive product knowledge, construction experience, and project management abilities to recommend window film solutions that help property owners achieve their architectural goals. From helping customers fight climbing energy costs to implementing effective security and branding solutions, Mike does it all. He oversees every project from start to finish and is the main point of contact for customers. Mike is certified by 3M, EnerLogic, and AIA for continuing education and is well-versed in the nuances of both commercial and residential installs.
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