Over the last several years, there have been many advances in the field of window tint. What this means to you are many benefits that go beyond improving the cosmetics of your vehicle.
Incredible Heat Rejection Is Now a Reality
When you buy a basic-grade window tint, it is true that you are getting some heat rejection from the darkening of the windows. But did you know that a high-performance window film can work up to 70% better at reducing the sun’s heat?
Imagine getting in your vehicle on a hot summer day and not feeling all that hot air rush out when you open the door. When you get inside, you will notice that your clothes don’t stick to you and your makeup doesn’t run. Doesn’t that sound wonderful?
Have you ever noticed how the left side of your body gets hot when driving on a sunny day? Our films help solve that as well.
Ask us about our 3M Color Stable and Crystalline films when you call or stop by. They are the finest films available and will make your summertime driving more enjoyable.
Protect Your Skin and Vehicle Interior While Driving
Did you know our 3M Crystalline is so good at protecting your skin from the sun’s damaging UV rays that it is recommended by the Skin Cancer Foundation? More and more people are waking up to the reality that long-term exposure to the sun is not good for their skin. Imagine having a 99% reduction in UV rays from getting into your vehicle. Not only is your skin protected from sun damage such as premature aging, wrinkles and even skin cancer, but your vehicle interior is now protected from cracking and fading.
Choose a Company that Cares for Your Vehicle Properly
When you choose Extreme Audio for your window tinting, you are getting a company that is fanatical about cleanliness. We have a dedicated tint bay that is so clean, you could eat off the floor. We do a detailed check-in and check-out procedure to ensure you get your vehicle back in the same condition as we received it. We even go so far as to use a battery protector to keep your vehicle in tip-top condition while it’s in our bay.