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Home Window Tinting, Inc. has been serving the Weatherford metroplex since 1989. Our personalized service before, during and after your installation is second to none. Your satisfaction is our most important priority. We will educate you about window film/ tint so you can make an informed decision and the best choice for your home or office. We carry a full selection of sun control (Night Vision &Prestige), security (3M Ultra) and decorative films (Fasara). Call us at 972.539.2989 or 817.421.3911, or Toll Free at 800.689.8468.
All persons coming to your home from our company are employees, not sub-contractors. We are insured and bonded. Documentation upon request.
Home Window Tinting, Inc. offers the highest quality installed window film in the DFW Metroplex. Serving Addison, Allen, Carrollton, Coppell, Dallas ,Flower Mound, Frisco, Irving, Lewisville, McKinney, Plano, Richardson, Fort Worth, Keller, Arlington, Hurst, Bedford, Southlake, Grapevine, Euless, Prosper Weatherford, Mansfield, Denton, Rockwall. Basically all of North Texas. SERIOUS energy savings w/ FREE Estimates. Qualifies for 2009 Energy Savings Tax Credit.
3M Scotchtint Window Film Advantages
Energy Savings are often great enough to pay for the cost of installation in less than two years.
Comfort is improved, even for interior rooms, by eliminating “cold wall” and “hot wall” effects.
Efficiency is increased through a more comfortable environment.
Fade reduction of carpets, drapes, and upholstery by blocking ultraviolet rays (the major cause of fading) helps preserve your furnishings.
Protection of people and property from the hazards of windstorms, hurricanes and earthquakes is enhanced. Glass becomes shatter-resistant and remains in place when broken.
Glare reduction makes lighting control easier and reduces eye strain. Allows you to view your TVs better as well as your landscaping.
In 1855, Parker County was created by the Texas State Legislature and named for pioneer and State Representative Isaac Parker. Parker was the uncle of Cynthia Ann Parker, a little girl who was stolen from her home by Indians during the Texas Revolution. Cynthia Ann lived among the Comanche and became the mother of Chief Quanah Parker. Later, when she was overtaken in flight with an Indian raiding party, Isaac Parker who recognized her as his long-lost niece.
The Town of Weatherford was named for the State Senator for this district, Jefferson Weatherford of Dallas. According to his cousin, Senator Weatherford never set foot in the town.
The railroad arrived in June 1880. The Santa Fe Depot (which today houses the Weatherford Chamber of Commerce) was built in 1908 under Jim Crow laws, with waiting rooms segregated and separated by the ticket office.