Automotive Window Tinting
Types of Window Films
Entry Level Window Film
Dye Film/ GOOD
This entry level window film is the most economical window tinting film offering the benefits of solar heat rejection, UV protection, glare control, and improved appearance. It is dipped in the colors red, blue, and yellow to give it a dark and tasteful look.
Carbon Film/ GREAT
This film contains carbon particles embedded into polyester. The Carbon content on this film helps block solar heat that comes through windows. This revolutionary process allows for excellent heat rejection without a metal film layer, which can interfere with radio and /or satellite signal. Like Dye Film, Carbon Film offers the same benefits with the exception that it will not fade overtime. This Film has a dark and matt finish making it a great option for windows.
Ceramic Film / BEST
Ceramic film is the highest quality of window films. This film contains no metals, dye, or carbon. Instead it is made with ceramic particles that are small enough to be invisible to the naked eye, allowing greater visibility during the day and night. It provides maximum heat rejection and advanced technology will not interfere with electronic devices surrounded by the film. Ceramic film surpasses most films in resistance to fading, solar heat protection and it is highly scratch resistant. Ceramic film allows you to drive in style and connect with ease.
7 REASONS TO TINT YOUR CAR
Window film provides car windows with a smooth transition to the exterior of your car, emphasizing only on those contour lines and special features that define the shape and the style of your car.
The “skin Cancer Foundation” reminds you that time spent in the car puts both drivers and passengers at risk of skin cancer. Window film can block 99%of harmful UV rays.
In case of glass breakage, window film can help shattered glass hold together, protecting occupants of the car.
Window film reduces dangerous glare from the sun, snow, and other headlights, helping you drive safely.
Window film protects your privacy and contents within a car.
Harmful UV rays and heat cause car upholstery to crack and fade. Car tint is sunscreen for your car.
Window film could significantly reduce heat inside a car by up to 60%, keeping you and your passengers cooler during those hot summer days.