Why should I tint my car?
Whether you’re going for aesthetics or comfort, window tinting is one of the simplest modifications you can make to your vehicle. Today’s film technology can provide up to 98% heat rejection with a virtually invisible film which means you no longer need a dark film to stay comfortable. A high quality film will also reject harmful cancer causing UV rays.
What brand of film do you use?
We exclusively offer and install Xpel’s full line of PRIME automotive window films. This includes their CS, XR and XR Plus films in a full range of shades. Contact us for details on heat rejection levels and available shades or click here to learn more.
My vehicle already has tint on the back windows. Should I still install tint over those?
Most trucks, SUV’s and vans have a factory tinted glass which is only intended to provide privacy to your occupants. These factory tinted windows do not typically provide much in the way of heat rejection. We recommend installing a lighter shade of ceramic film over these windows to get the most comfort possible without impacting visibility.
Why should I go with a ceramic film?
A ceramic window film can greatly reduce cabin temperatures and provide a more comfortable journey for you and your passengers. Modern films can reject up to 98% of infrared rays which means less time cranking the air conditioner on long commutes or road trips.
What’s the darkest you will tint my glass?
As of May 22nd 2022, Utah law permits as dark as a 35% tint on your front two windows and as dark as preferred on any windows behind the front two door windows. Your windshield can also be tinted down to a 70%, which is virtually invisible but still provides heat rejection when opting for a ceramic film.