Add window tinting to your vehicle to update the look and increase comfort.
The common misconception about tint is this: Many people think you need to have really dark tint in order to achieve high heat rejection in your vehicle. This just simply isn't true. With today's technologies, manufacturers are able to produce window films that are nearly clear, yet block as much heat as some of the darkest shades. You can still keep your visibility while driving AND have a high heat rejecting tint. In order to know which films have a high heat rejection, be sure to view what the published TSER rating is from the manufacturer. Most tint companies will be able to provide this to you via a brochure or wall display board, or you can typically search for it on each manufacturer's website.
Window films that we offer:
CIR by Suntek:
- Blocks up to 68.5% of the heat
- Over 90% infrared heat rejection
- 99% UV protection
- 100% Clarity
- Available in Limo, 20% & 35% shades
- Skin Cancer Foundation approved
- Matches factory shaded glass in SUVs and trucks
- The latest in non-metal, nano-hybrid, Carbon technology
- Non-reflective, “black” finish that will not fade
- Superior heat, infrared, and UV rejection for increased comfort
- Signal enabling technology that causes no interference with cell phone, radio, or navigation system signals
- Available in all shades
- Lifetime Manufacturer’s warranty
Keywords know about before getting window tinting:
= Visible Light Transmission. This is the percentage of light that will STILL be coming through your window with tint installed. For example, if you have the AZ legal limit on your driver's side door, it would be a 35% shading, meaning 35% of the light is coming through while 65% of the light is being blocked out. The smaller the VLT number, the darker the film appears on your vehicle. Limo, or 5% film, is the darkest shade offered by most manufacturers.
= Total Solar Energy Rejected. This is the percentage of heat that will be BLOCKED by the tint. The higher the TSER number is, the less heat will be coming through your windows. Choosing a film with a higher TSER will make you more comfortable in your vehicle. (We choose to recommend films that start around 40% TSER and go up from there. Anything starting in the range of 20% to low 30% will most likely leave your car too hot in the Arizona summer.)