Frequently Asked Questions
Window Tint FAQ
Standard tint is more for aesthetics. Ceramic tint is made to block heat and UV rays, even at 70%.
We use the Suntek brand of window tint for both our standard and ceramic film.
Our tint comes with a lifetime manufacturer's warranty.
The moisture that remains between the film and the glass after installation can cause a hazy, streaky, blotchy appearance.
It takes several days for the adhesive/film to completely cure. The remaining moisture will evaporate through the film; depending on the type of film, this process may take a couple of days, or even a couple of months.
No, we do not offer "mobile" tinting. Tint needs to be applied in a clean, well lit location where we can properly clean off the windows and surrounding areas to ensure the best installation possible.
The rear windows, including rear doors and quarter glass, can be as dark as you want. The two front doors can legally only be tinted 70% in California.
Anything darker than 70% on the fronts can be ticketed in California.
The tint is either very old or poor quality tint. The purpling is damage from UV rays. The bubbles are the result of adhesive failure.
Our tint comes with a lifetime warranty, do if the tint does fail due to environmental damage it can be replaced at no cost to our customer.
That will depend on what shade of tint you choose. 5% limo tint will make it more challenging to see out of the vehicle at night. 70% tint will make very little difference in night time visibility.