Professional window tinting gives drivers privacy while filtering sunlight to keep vehicles cooler. Rated tinting can also block up to 99 percent of damaging UV-A and UV-B rays that can be harmful to your eyes and skin, creating spots, moles, wrinkles and other signs of premature aging.
Polarized window tinting on your windshield — also called windshield solar film — cuts down on distracting glare from the sun and oncoming headlights, and has been proven to reduce eye fatigue while driving.
If you have children, rear-window tinting keeps them cooler and protects their sensitive eyes. There’s a degree of safety as well for women and parents that would rather not attract attention from the wrong sort of people.
Window tinting is also a style choice that can add value to a vehicle, while providing an extra layer of protection from chips and scratches.
Our installers use high-quality tint materials from top brands, precise machine cuts to perfectly fit your windows and the right installation tools to ensure there won’t be any distracting bumps, bubbles or scratches on the finished product. One application is designed to last the life of your vehicle.
The cost can vary depending on the type of vehicle, quality of film and whether you opt for a solar protector for your front windshield.
To learn more about the benefits of professional window tinting, come by the store and ask our trained staff any questions you might have. We’re here to help!
Facts about Window Tinting:
- The UV rating of most window tinting is the equivalent of wearing SPF 50 sunblock.
- Factory car windows only filter about 35 percent of cancer-causing UV light.
- Tinted film can block 95 percent or more of harmful rays.
- Truckers and other professional drivers are more likely to get skin cancer on their left side (or right side in Australia or England where they drive on the left).
- While skin cancer is the worst-case scenario, exposure to UV rays can cause premature aging, sun spots, bumps, veins, pigment changes, skin blotching and other damage.