AUTOMOTIVE WINDOW TINTING
Tinting your vehicle's windows can increase privacy for the occupants while reducing the amount of heat and sun damage inside the car or van. When considering tinting your car windows, you should be aware of the different types of window tints available and their purposes. While there are numerous types of window tint, we choose to specialize in a handful of window tints that we have used many times and believe to be the most beneficial for our clients’ needs. These window tints include ceramic window tinting, metalized window tinting, dyed window tinting, and carbon window tinting. Each bearing pros for different needs, our window tints are applied with precision and attention to detail, regardless of the type you decide on.
Ceramic Window Tinting
Ceramic window tinting is one of our highest quality window films available, simply because it has dense particles that are extremely durable and can readily block large amounts of outdoor heat from sunlight but doesn't block your vision or the ability to see through the windows themselves. In the summer, or for those with leather seats, this is a great option that helps moderate the temperatures of your car's interiors and keeps them comfortable, even if left parked outside on a hot day. Furthermore, ceramic window tinting has been known to maintain its appearance better than other types of window tints because it does not succumb to the outdoor elements as quickly, such as UV rays, heat, or water.
Metalized Window Tinting
Metalized window tinting is another great option to reduce the amount of heat in the summer from entering your car and raising temperatures on your car's upholstery. Metalized window tints are created with small particles that reflect sunlight away from the car's interiors and can actually add strength and protection to the car's window itself. Overall, metalized window tints are invisible to the naked eye and can also reduce the inevitable glare caused by the bright sunlight.
Dyed Window Tinting
Dyed window tinting is an inexpensive and budget-friendly solution for those that want to get the most value for their money. With several layers of dye overlapping each other, the color is intended to absorb UV rays and heat, rather than reflect it. While dyed window tint isn’t the absolute best solution to preventing heat from entering the car, it’s a cost-friendly way to reduce the amount of light that accesses your car and can minimize the effects of sunlight and heat on your car’s upholstery. If you want more privacy while driving, then dyed window tinting is the best option for you.
Carbon Window Tinting
Carbon window tinting has long been another popular option among window tinting companies because of it's a matte-like finish that looks nice and sleek with all types of cars. It's able to block heat from your car's interiors that can quickly heat it or warm the seats unintentionally. If you have other types of car upholstery aside from leather, it can also prevent the sun and heat from diminishing the quality and appearance of your car's interiors. You might also notice that you'll use less energy cooling your car in the heat because of the carbon tints that block the exterior heat's radiation from entering the car.