Window Tinting

Window tinting is the application of applying tinting film onto a window glass surface. Unlike popular belief, the films are not installed on the out-surface of the glass. Instead, window tint is applied on the inside. This is done to protect the tint from external sources of wear-and-tear, including flying debris and other hard objects. It is a sheet of strong polyester laminate treated in variety of ways to improve the look and performance of existing windows. This layer makes up the bulk of tint film, with an extra thin layer made up of tinting agents like metals and dyes added to achieve the desired performance characteristics. On this clear polyester film, another thin and even film is applied, made from various tinting agents. The application varies to what kind of tint is to be produced—metal, dye or ceramic.

We can pretty much tint anything - If it's glass, we can tint it! We BLACK OUT a lot of rear windows in vans so that prying eyes can't see what's inside and more and more people are doing this to estate cars too. It's almost impossible to see what's in the back from the outside, but you can still see out of the windows without any difficulties.