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  • What is window tinting?
    Window tinting is the process of applying a thin film to the interior or exterior of a window. This film helps reduce the amount of sunlight, heat, and glare that enters a room or vehicle, while also providing privacy and enhancing the overall appearance.
  • How does window tinting work?
    Window tinting works by using a special film that contains layers of polyester and metalized coatings. These coatings block or absorb a portion of the incoming sunlight, reducing its intensity and the amount of heat transferred through the window. The tinting film also helps to reduce glare and provide privacy by making it harder for people to see inside the tinted area.
  • Is window tinting legal?
    Yes, window tinting is legal, but the allowable limits vary from place to place. We can provide information about the specific regulations in your area and help you choose the appropriate tint options.
  • How long does window tinting last?
    The lifespan of window tinting largely depends on the quality of the film, the installation process, and how well it is maintained. High-quality films that we professionally install can last anywhere from 10 to 15 years or even longer with proper care.
  • Does window tinting affect visibility?
    Window tinting can slightly reduce visibility, particularly at night or in low-light conditions. However, high-quality tint films are designed to minimize this impact, allowing for good visibility both during the day and night. It's crucial to choose the appropriate tint darkness and consult with our experts to ensure optimal visibility while enjoying the benefits of tinted windows.
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