Car and Auto Window Tint

Car Window Tint


Auto window tint has many uses. Many people are under the assumption that tinted windows are only for aesthetics, but there are actually a number of practical advantages as well. Tints do not usually involve changing the color of the actual glass. Typically, the tint is actually a film that is laminated to the windows. Because of this, various structural improvements can be made that can make the car somewhat safer in the event of a crash. A car window tint can also help to reject both heat and ultraviolet light. We will discuss both of these things in due course, but first, let us look at the simple matter of aesthetics.



There are many different advantages to getting a car window tinted:

• Darkened windows for a cooler appearance

• Color choice to complement the bodywork

• Advertising potential

• Improved safety and protection

• Reduced discomfort on hot days

• Lowered risk of overexposure to ultraviolet light


Taken together, these issues produce a compelling incentive to get an auto window tint. The process is quite simple and inexpensive. It rarely takes a very long time. The sky really is the limit with tinted windows, so let your imagination run wild and choose something that looks great and keeps you both safe and comfortable.



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Auto Tint Prices


Car Window Tint


2 or 4 Door Sedan $170

2 or 4 Door Hatchback $180



Standard  Cab $130

Extra Cab $140

Crew Cab $160


Van’s / SUV’s

Full Size $200

Mid Size or Minivan $190


Tint Removal

W/ Re-tint $50

W/O Re-tint $100


Note: Additional charges may apply for select sports vehicles with large and/or curved back glasses



Color And Shade

Very often, an auto window tint is desired simply because it looks cool. This is a perfectly legitimate use of the concept, and the other benefits will be a useful bonus as well. Since the tints use a film which is applied to the glass, it is possible to use nearly any color and opacity. In fact, some suppliers can even make films that feature complex designs; this option can be used for advertising purposes. Typical buyers are more likely to want to select a color and transparency that match the look of the car they see in their imaginations.


Structural Integrity

The glass used in modern vehicles is very safe in an accident. It is intended to stay in one piece and avoid shattering. However, it is not impossible for small stray shards to escape, possibly injuring people either inside or outside the vehicle. The films used in auto window tint installations can help to improve the integrity of the windows even further, and can usefully contain any stray pieces that might pose a danger in an accident. For some people, this increased safety is the primary consideration when buying a car window tint.


Heat And Light

In some parts of the world, with some climates, car interiors can get dangerously hot very quickly. It is very unpleasant to return to your vehicle only to find that you can barely sit in it because it has been baking in the sun all day. An auto window tint can really help with this problem, since the increased opacity helps to block out some of the heat that would otherwise be absorbed by the upholstery. Some tints are also very good at reducing harmful UV rays. This can be a real boon to your health over long periods of time.