What Is Tint?

Tinting is the process of applying a thin layer of film to the windows of your car or home. This film is available in various colors, shades, and thicknesses. Tinting offers a host of benefits, such as protection from the sun’s harmful UV rays, glare reduction, and increased privacy.

Window Tint Types


    This film offers a cost-friendly option for those seeking privacy without a high emphasis on heat rejection. It provides outstanding clarity, ensuring sharp and clear views of both the road and roadside scenery.

    It effectively blocks 99% of UV rays without causing radio signal interference. Enjoy cooler temperatures, enhanced privacy, and protection for your car's interior.


    Experience outstanding optical clarity with no hazy or foggy effects to interfere with visibility. Views of both the road and roadside scenery are sharp and clear.

    Our nano-technology film, containing ceramic particles, boasts excellent heat rejection and color stability for a lifetime.

    Lifetime Warranty covers color fading, peeling, cracking, delaminating, and adhesive failure.

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Benefits of Choosing Your Window Tint Shade

Reduced Heat & Glare

Window tint can reduce up to 99% of the sun’s harmful UV rays, which can cause heat and glare. This means a more comfortable and safer driving experience and a more comfortable home.

Increased Privacy

Window tint can provide privacy by reducing visibility from the outside. This is particularly important for vehicles and homes in busy or high-traffic areas.

Fading Protection

Window tint can also protect the interior of your vehicle or home from fading and damage caused by UV rays. This means that your upholstery, carpet, and other furnishings will last longer and retain their color.

Energy Efficiency

Window tint can enhance your home’s energy efficiency by reducing the heat that enters or escapes through your windows. This can result in lower energy bills and a smaller carbon footprint.

Enhanced Security

Window tint can make it more difficult for potential intruders to see inside your vehicle or home, which can deter theft and break-ins. Additionally, some types of window tint are designed to hold shattered glass together, providing an added layer of protection in case of an accident or break-in.