In case you haven’t noticed, Kansas City is growing–like crazy. As the city gets bigger it also gets increasingly crowded. This results in more people passing by your home and new houses being built closer together. We have found almost everyone who comes to see us has at least one window they wish has a bit more coverage on. Decorative window film is perfect for this. It gives you all the home privacy you need without sacrificing natural light. So which windows need privacy window film the most? Read below to find out which ones we are best for this amazing technology.

Top Windows For Home Privacy Tinting

  1. Bathroom Windows:  Everybody knows your bathroom is the only place you can get a little time to yourself. So, this is why window film, which blocks the views from the street or neighbors works perfectly in bathrooms! Better than curtains or blinds–this room should be a real consideration for privacy window film. 
  2. Sidelight Windows:  These windows that sit on either side of your front door are great for letting in natural light. They add style too. However, they do little to keep out the eyes of whoever walks onto your front porch or by your home. Privacy decorative window films come in several “frosted glass” patterns with varying levels of opacity. This makes them the perfect solution to privacy to your sidelight windows.
  3. Door Windows: Window film for privacy on the windows of your front door window is a quick and easy solution for keeping unwanted views from neighbors or passersby. But, since window film increases security on door windows–making them harder to break–they are also a fantastic way to prevent home burglary

These are the areas we install privacy window film most of the time. As mentioned though, it really is perfect for any glass surface you need more privacy on: bedrooms, basements, kitchens too! For more information on privacy window patterns and pricing–contact us today!

Mike Kinsey

Mike Kinsey has years of experience in project management and construction. As the Operations Manager for Window Tint Kansas City, he oversees all installs from start to finish. In addition to managing day to day operations, he is also the head of Sales and Customer Relations. Over the years, Mike has installed over 250,000 square feet of film. His experience ranges from residential window tinting to commercial projects for restaurants, hotels, office buildings, industrial and manufacturing facilities and beyond. Mike's unsurpassed expertise and positive reputation make him one of the top professionals in his field. He and his team are trusted by property owners all throughout the Kansas City metro, including the areas of Olathe, Independence, Overland Park, Chesterfield, and beyond.