We strive for perfection in our window tinting services. From our 4 step window cleaning process, to our protective door panel covers ensuring everything stays dry. Using only color stable films backed with a Lifetime Warranty we can guarantee they will never peel, change color or bubble. Our attention to detail installation process guarantees edge to edge coverage along with a nano-edge top line.
Window Film Types
Dyed Polyester Film
Dyed film is the most economical type of window film – least expensive and rather less functional than the others – blocks light rays by the addition of dye to the film. The dye is placed in a layer next to the adhesive, and then applied to the window. Solar heat is absorbed by the dye in the film, thus preventing some of the heat from entering through the window. However, dyed window-tinting film is used primarily for appearance. From the outside, dyed film looks flat and opaque, providing some privacy while still permitting visibility from the interior.
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Hybrid Window Film
Hybrid film uses both the processes of a metallized film and a dyed film to achieve its color and look. Using hybrid window tint offers the best of both worlds. A metal layer is used for its reflective qualities and a dyed layer is used for its absorptive qualities. Because not a lot of metal is used by some manufacturers, these are the best bang for the buck as they do not block any radio, cell phone or GPS signals the metallized films do.
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Ceramic Window Film
Ceramic film is the highest quality of window tint film, and also the most expensive, contains neither metal, dye, nor carbon, but instead a kind of ceramic particle that is both non-conductive and non-metallic. Ceramic film cuts 45% to 60% of the solar heat that enters through the windows in the form of infrared light, while allowing maximum visibility both by day and night. Like hybrid film, ceramic film allows maximum efficiency in the functioning of radios, cell phones, GPS systems, and all other such devices being operated from inside the protected space. It surpasses the other types in its resistance to glare and fading, and renders windows highly shatter-proof. Ceramic film is also most effective in its blocking of ultraviolet light from the interior; in the case of ultraviolet light (the kind of light rays that contribute to sunburn and skin cancer), ceramic film can block up to 99% from entering the interior.
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