Window tint is one of the most affordable and valuable things you can do to your vehicle. It should be the first thing you do if you want our opinion.
Window film comes in a variety of different shades, and constructions for different purposes to serve different needs. All the films we use are color stable and lifetime warrantied against material failure, meaning they are guaranteed not to fade, deconstruct, peel, or bubble when installed and cared for correctly. All window films will block 99% of harmful UV rays, will block some heat as well as block some light depending on which film you choose. Ceramic films offer more heat rejection than most and cost a little bit more than normal as well; however if you spend a lot of time in your vehicle travelling for work or leisure, ceramic film may be the way to go for you.
Reduced glare, easier climate control, comfort , and protecting your interior are a few benefits to having window film installed on your vehicle. You don't necessarily have to go with a dark film to get those benefits.
For those that do want a certain look as well, we carry these shades in standard film : 5% - 20% - 35% - 45%, and these shades in ceramic film : 5% - 20% - 35% - 45% - 50% - 70% - 80%. Most common used are : 5% - DARK, 20% - MEDIUM, 35% - LIGHT.
WE DO NOT COMPUTER CUT. Every window gets hand cut to match your exact shape, not some generic shape file. This is 1 of the things that separates us from many other shops. Each window gets full coverage, so the film goes beyond the seals on the sides, and the bottom so you'll never see the edge of the film, protecting it from being peeled or harmed by cleaning or foreign debris. The top edge of the roll-down windows goes to the very edge, leaving you wondering if the glass came that way. No annoying gap when you roll the window down. There is also NO WAITING , to use your windows. That's right, you can use the windows right away, not 2-3 days later like most other shops. I'll even roll them down for you.
Most cars take about 2 hours from start to finish, because we go into so much detail. There are no shortcuts, just a lot of patience, knowledge, and skill.
NOTE: It is ILLEGAL in the state of New Jersey to have any tint on the front driver and passenger windows.