Auto WINDOW TINTING
Having a tint applied to your car windows is a reliable way to give your auto an exceptional look and provide yourself and the interior of your vehicle much needed protection in the Florida heat. We have the skills and knowledge required to apply window tinting, leaving your vehicle with a flawless, bubble-free appearance.
We service all makes and models of cars, trucks, vans, & SUVs—including those that are commercially owned or fleet vehicles. We carry two lines of window tint film—High Performance Dyed Film and Ceramic Film.
Why Auto Window
Tint is Essential
For Your Safety and Health
Tinted car windows can help to keep you safe from the potential danger of sun and UV exposure. Floridians know it can get hot and those with fairer skin understand the struggle against sunburns while stuck in traffic. Both Ceramic and High-Performance tinted car windows can help to keep you safe from the potential danger of sun and UV exposure. UV rays are known to be linked to various kinds of issues like skin cancer, the “one-arm tan”, as well as premature aging.
With a window tint, you can also reduce the amount of glare that reflects through your windshield, helping to make keeping your eyes on the road easier and more efficiently. Another significant advantage of auto window tinting is its capability to minimize the glass shattering into dangerously small pieces should an accident occur.
Ceramic car tints also reduce infrared radiation, which is the heat you feel coming through the window o a particularly hot day. With a window tint, you can keep yourself, and your vehicle, cooler and prevent the overuse of your car’s A/C system.
With window tinting, you can drive around or stop at a light without worrying about the nosey glances of other drivers and pedestrians. In addition, wherever you park, you can also be rest assured that your valuables are safe from prying eyes.
Avoid Damages to Auto’s Interior
Constant exposure to ultraviolet rays can cause the interior parts of your vehicle to fade, become discolored, or crack/split. This can lead to expensive repairs or result in a decrease in the value of your car should you plan to sell it in the future.