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Types of Window Tint Film
Whether applied to the windows of an automobile or other vehicle, a home, or a business, window tint film is an inexpensive, attractive, and convenient way to improve the quality of interior space. Window tinting film promotes privacy while still allowing plenty of light and visibility inside. It cuts down on glare. It helps keep the heat out during the summer months but keeps it in during the winter, thus reducing the costs of air conditioning and heating. In addition to blocking sunlight, some window-tinting film can also block dangerous ultraviolet rays. Not all types of window tint film, however, are equally effective in fulfilling these purposes. So it’s well worth the effort to consider the basic categories of window-tinting film. There are, in fact, four main types of film, differing in terms of the quality of their material, effectiveness, and cost.
- Dyed window tint film
- Metallized windows tint film
- Carbon window tint film
- Ceramic windows tint film
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Automotive Window Tinting in Tennessee
We can tint: Car, SUV or Trucks.
Adding window film creates a custom look for your vehicle. Tinted windows reduce the car's interior temperature by 60 percent or more, which decreases interior fading or cracking. Tinted glass blocks UV-A, UV-B and infrared rays that heat up a vehicle. By blocking 99 percent of ultraviolet rays, window tinting helps limit dangerous sun exposure to the vehicle's occupants. And, when the interior is cooler, you won't need to crank the cars A/C, resulting in better gas mileage.
Safety and privacy are also factors that determine the decision to tint a vehicle's windows. In the case of an accident, a tint film acts as a net to hold any shattered glass from hitting occupants. Dark shading limits what potential thieves can see inside the vehicle. Tint reduces glare from many sources, including the sun and reflections during the day and glare from street lights and oncoming headlights at night
Professional installation usually takes about two hours for a car and longer for trucks, vans or larger vehicles. The installer cleans the window surface, applies window tint to the inside of the window, positions the tint and presses the film to remove any bubbles or wrinkles.
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