A green product
Window films andDeco-films
|window tinting, decorative, solar
and safety films since 1985
|Tint N Trim window tinting is your Authorized
dealer/installer of LLumar, Madico, Solyx and 3M
decorative window films. Serving Pa, Nj, De. We INSTALL
over 100 types of solar, safety and decorative films for
glass. Need film applied to glass...? That's what we do!
Celebrating 25 years now!
Tint N Trim window films, runs on "old world" principles
handed down by generations of small business ownership.
We promote respect, cleanliness, safety, pride and integrity
in the workplace.
Who is our typical customer?.... You are!
We cater to upscale homes as well as commercial clients for
any size project. ALL film installations carry a
manufacture's warranty and are inspected by a job qualified
foreman to maintain consistant quality 100% of the time...
For our commercial clients, we specialize in working with
Medical, Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Facilities as well as
any other facility. There is no job too large or too small,
from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, to a tollbooth on the
PA Turnpike. For a sample, technical data, quote or any
please email or call us.
A representative will respond within 24 hours...
|Glare was this clients problem, so a
non-reflective grey window film by
LLumar solved the problem
Celebrating 25 years !
PA home improvement contractor PA
Great News....Consumer Tax Credit Extended for 2013
NOW IS THE TIME to take advantage!
Malta, NY, January 9, 2013 - Thanks to Congress' last-minute deal to avert the "fiscal cliff," a $500 tax credit will make it just a bit easier for you to
make a decision on tinting your home. This is an opportunity to save money on improvements that will make your home safer and more comfortable to live.
The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 passed by Congress on January 3, 2013, provides extensions of energy tax credit provisions that benefit
homeowners seeking energy-efficiency improvements. Under section 25C, homeowners can claim a $500 maximum tax credit to cover material costs of
energy-efficient upgrades to existing homes for all taxable years. The credit is only redeemable if the upgrades are in place by the end of 2013. If a
taxpayer has claimed $500 or more of this tax credit in any year prior to 2013, they may not claim any additional credit. For those that remain eligible, the
tax credit can be applied to any of the following upgrades:
Insulation - Additional insulation to walls, ceilings, or other part of the building envelope that meets the 2009 IECC (& supplements) specifications.
Windows - 10% of material cost, up to $200 for replacement windows and skylights, and exterior doors that meet EnergyStar requirements.
Windows must be equal to or below a 0.30 U factor and a Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) of 0.30. Storm windows that meet the IECC in
combination with their paired external window are eligible (taking into account the applicable climate zone). Storm doors paired with U-factor rated wood
doors are eligible provided they do not exceed the default U-factor requirement for the combination. See the 2009 IECC for details.
Window Films -The product must meet the requirements of a "qualifying insulation system" and be manufacturer certified.
Home Sealing - Sealing cracks in the building shell and ducts to reduce infiltration and heat loss in a manner consistent with the 2009 IECC.
Electric Heat Pump - Must yield an energy factor of at least 2.0 in the standard Department of Energy test procedure,
Natural Gas & Propane Furnaces - Credit of up to $150 for furnaces that meet an Annual Fuel Use Efficiency (AFUE) 95 or higher. Oil furnaces and
gas, oil and propane boilers must meet an AFUE of 90 or better.
Central air Conditioning Units and Air-Source Heat Pumps - Credit of up to $300 for units that meet the highest tier standards set by the Consortium for
Energy Efficiency (CEE) as of February 17, 2009, which in most cases requires a Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) of 16.
Natural Gas, Propane, or Oil Water Heaters - Must have an energy factor of at least 0.82 or thermal efficiency of at least 90 percent.
Biomass Fuel Property - A stove that burns biomass fuel to heat a dwelling unit located in the United States and used as a principal residence by the
taxpayer; or to heat water for said dwelling unit, and must have a thermal efficiency rating of at least 75 percent.
NOW IS THE TIME to take advantage, "Tint N Trim" is you local authorized
window film installer and has all qualifying films for this year's tax credit.