Every girl in high school dreams of taking a limo to prom, whether it’s with her date or a group of friends. Then, when it’s time to get married, many women, and men, imagine themselves driving away from their wedding ceremonies or receptions in limos that have ‘Just Married’ painted on the back windows.
Undoubtedly, many people fantasize about riding around in limousines, because the vehicles offer a level of luxury most people don’t get to experience on a day-to-day basis, even if it is just a ride to and from the airport.
One recognizable feature of limousines is extremely dark windows. The back windows on limousines generally have window film that is 5% transparency. Applying window tint to limousines is not very different from how window films are installed to regular vehicles. The biggest difference is darker tint is needed and more sheets of film are required.
Team Acme approaches the process of installing window tint to limousines just as we would with any other vehicle. We require the measurements of the vehicle and present our customers with a selection of high quality SunTek window tint options to choose from.
The patterns for the window film we use are computer cut, which means the film we use requires little to no adjustment cutting and our technicians never need to use razors or knives near the windows of the cars we work with. This also helps us to attain the most consistent fit for every vehicle we handle.
Team Acme supplies SunTek Carbon Series and Carbon Nano Hybrid window films. The tints are wet mount self-adhesive and are applied to the insides of car windows. SunTek tints provide 99.9% UV protection and prevent the interiors of vehicles from fading and deteriorating.
Laws differ state to state in the United States, but typically limousines have window tint with 5% light transmittance, which means 5% of available light is let into the vehicle. Limo tint blocks approximately 65% of the sun’s heat and 99.9% of the sun’s ultraviolet radiation.
In Nevada, the law requires vehicles to have front windows that allow a minimum of 35% of available light into the car. The back windows can be as dark as the driver desires. 5% limo tint is legally allowed on the back and rear windows of limousines in most states.
Visit Team Acme’s website today to learn more about our window tint installation process and the tint our company supplies.
Reach out to Team Acme by calling us at 702-566-8326 or fill out our online contact form if you have questions regarding limo tinting or any other service our business provides.