Choosing the approproiate window tint is imporatnt, below are a few questions that you should have answered BEFORE choosing your tint installer. If you have any questions, please contact us, we are happy to help!
Why is ceramic window tint considered "The gold standard"?
Ceramic window tint films are made using nano-ceramic technology which is non conductive to heat and nonmetallic (no cell phone signal interference). The material itself simply outperforms all other films in laboratory studies in the areas of UV light rejection, infrared light rejection, sun glare reduction, and visibility. In addition, it adds structural stability to the window making the window more shatter-proof.
5 Questions to ask before choosing an installer
Top 5 questions to ask before tinting your car windows
Tinting your car’s windows will offer countless benefits including protecting skin by blocking UV rays, cooling your car, and reducing glare – just to name a few. But, before you make the initial purchase, ask yourself these 5 important questions to ensure you are on the right track.
1. How long will my car’s window tint last?
The life of window films are dependent on many factors including product type and quality, the climate, and the amount of direct sunlight your car is exposed to. Generally, most professionally installed automotive films are designed to last a long time.
2.How long will it take to tint my car’s windows?
The process can take anywhere from 45 minutes to a few hours depending on how many windows are being tinted. If you’re only adding window film to the two front side doors, the installation will be much quicker than if you desire a full installation that includes all four side windows and the back window. We recommend making an appointment with a professional installer to ensure a quality job.
3. Is my car’s window film covered by a warranty?
Most quality products come with a limited lifetime warranty. However, you should confirm the exact warranty length and stipulations prior to purchasing any film. Also, make sure you receive a manufacturer’s warranty that is completely filled out by your installer, so you’re covered even if by chance your installer ever goes out of business. It is important that you abide by your states tint laws. Most warranties will be void if your film installation is illegal. Your installer should know all current tint laws that apply to you.
4. Which automotive tint is right for me?
In order to select the best film for your vehicle, you should consult a professional installer. There's a wide range of products in a variety of shades and colors, as well as different styles and performance benefits. A professional installer help you determine which tint best fits your needs. A professional will also help in selecting the best tint for your vehicle that still adheres to state laws. That being said, your window tint is entirely up to you.
5. How should I care for the tint after installation?
Sure, this sounds like a question to ask after tinting your windows. Yet, knowing what to expect beforehand can help prevent damage to the tint and any inconvenience that comes with it.
Your car’s windows should remain rolled up 2 to 4 days after installation is complete. Rolling them down too early may cause damage before the tint has time to cure.
Ask your tint professional about specifics for your car. Then schedule the tinting for a time where keeping your windows rolled up works for you.