Our website pricing covers nearly all standard window tinting work, so please review our pricing page and proceed to book your appointment online. If you need a custom quote for a vehicle, residential property, or commercial property please use the form to the right to request a quote.
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The many benefits of window film include eye comfort, UV protection, aesthetics, and increased safety, privacy, and energy savings.
No, window film does not prevent glass from breaking. Window film does increase the safety of the glass; due to a very aggressive adhesive, the film helps to hold the pieces of broken glass together. In the event the glass breaks, due to an auto accident, a person running into it, or an attempted break-in, the glass will shatter, but in most instances, the film will help keep the glass together.
The amount of time varies, depending on your type of vehicle. A complete car can take 2 to 4 hours. Full-sized trucks generally take between an hour and an hour and a half. A set of front doors usually only takes 30-45 minutes. If old aftermarket film has to be removed, that can add anywhere from 30 minutes to half a day.
FAQs About PAINT PROTECTION FILM
More than just an invisible bra for cars, Paint Protection Film can help protect many areas of your vehicle from scratches, dents, stains or swirls caused by road debris, rocks, bug droppings, and other environmental elements. Paint protection film is an 8 mil, clear polyurethane film. This virtually invisible film will not alter the color or design elements of your vehicle.
Your vehicle is one of the most expensive purchases you will make. Keeping your vehicle looking new and protecting it with a quality paint protection film from a company you can trust is important.
Caring for your Paint Protection Film is easy.
- After film installation, wait one week before washing or waxing your vehicle to help ensure proper adhesion build of the film has been achieved.
- Use waxes that do not contain dyes, abrasive polishes and/or rubbing compounds.
- After waxing your car, you can remove any wax build-up along film edges with a lint-free cloth.