Tinted windows?

I have a window that gets a lot of sun in the summer. Thus it gets hot in the room. The windows are double paned and really nice. Is there something I can do to tint/shade the window so I don't get all of that heat?
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Salad wrote:

http://www.tintcenter.com/news/102.html
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http://www.cornerhardware.com/cat_1708
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Matt wrote:

Thank you for your useless suggestion. In school we always had a class clown. I guess you graduated to the Usenet class clown.
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tint applied and have been through 6 Florida summers. No problems here.
Charlie
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Hey, I like the reflective mylar that you can install yourself with a little practice, or have installed. OSH caries it in different widths. It comes in Bronz, Grey and silver, cuts ultraviolet about %70 and heat measurably. Did my double pane windows over ten years ago and it is still holding well. Just remember to be gentle when cleaning it as not to scratch, a squeegee is best with a little mild detergent. snipped-for-privacy@netscape.net
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I've used products from this company, they worked ok. http://www.gilafilms.com /
hth,
tom @ www.URLBee.com
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