Tinted windows give their owners a sense of protection, allowing them to eat in a dining room shielded from the sun's intruding glare or keep their collection of The Three Tenors trading cards from fading when stored in the front seats of their cars. Bask in the shade of a stylish sun barrier with today's Groupon from Florida Professional Window Films. Florida Professional Window Films will travel within a 25-mile radius of Clearwater, with an additional fee for locations outside this service area. Choose between two options:
- For $35, you get tinting for two front car windows (a $75 value).
- For $50, you get $100 worth of any service.
The professional staff of Florida Professional Window Films repel the sun's insistent advances with tinted window films for cars, homes, and businesses that boost privacy and decrease energy costs. Car window films from the Marathon-brand series are installed in around 90 minutes and help to reduce heat, enhance the vehicle's appearance, and cut the glare from resentful sunbeams jealous of the air freshener's prime dashboard locale. Auto shades also help reduce instances of theft by shielding views of cell phones, MP3 players, and heirloom Doritos bags from the sticky fingers of passersby.
Groupon users can also opt for any of the other auto, residential, or commercial services doled out by the establishment's personable shade wranglers. Trick out a single-cab pickup truck with a full-window tint installation that covers two front windows and one rear window with a high-performance automotive window film that reduces heat (approximately $100). Twenty-five square feet of solar window film (approximately $100) or one panel of high-performance solar window film on a sliding glass door (approximately $100) can cool residences, prevent interior fading, and decrease energy costs more efficiently than replacing every light bulb in the house with industrial-strength glow sticks. Customers are encouraged to check with their local power companies about further rebates, as well as inquire about federal tax credits.
The Florida Window Films Story: Vehicular Slapstick
Motivated by a fierce desire to work for himself, Russell Livernois III opened Florida Window Films in 2001. During one recent adventure at the beach, an absent-minded motorist accidentally backed into the front of Russell's work van and shoved it into the adjacent parking space. When the Florida Window Films crew flagged down the driver and informed him of his vehicular faux pas, the flustered man drove over to see the damage—and hit the back of the van, resulting in symmetrically dented ends and head-shaking chuckles from all involved.
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