Window Tinting Explained

DARKER IS NOT ALWAYS BETTER:

It is a common misconception that darker films will always work better in terms of heat reduction and UV protection. It is true that a darker shade of tint will always offer better glare reduction than a lighter tint, the reasons for which should be obvious. Allow us to provide more information regarding other aspects of light v’s dark window films to help assist you in your decision making process. (more…)

Paint Protection – The Truth

REAL FACTS ABOUT PAINT SEALANTS

We have spent a great deal of time using, testing and researching paint protection systems over the last ten years and one dominating factor stands proudly above all else in the industry – MISINFORMATION, and highly deceptive methods of promoting product capabilities and expectations. Customers come to us absolutely confused after reading information from various vendors and installers who spend more time defaming and putting down everyone else’s products than they do promoting their own. (more…)

Who’s Working On Your Car?

A TINT SHOP IS ONLY AS GOOD AS THE PEOPLE WHO WORK THERE

What you see isn’t always what you get.

Does the voice on the telephone or the facade on the front of the building tell you much about the quality of workmanship you’ll receive? Not Really. WHO works on your car is every bit as important as WHERE you take your car.
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Removing Old Window Tint

Should you do it yourself?

FILM ADHESIVE TYPES

There are two main types of window film adhesive. Pressure Sensitive adhesives used in automotive, as well as commercial safety and security films,  and Dry (aka CDF) Adhesives which are exclusively used in residential and commercial solar control films. (more…)