Why should you not wait to replace your car’s window tint? The truth is that when your car’s window tint starts to age, it does not provide you with the privacy or protection that you need, and could even become an issue to the safety of your driving. The Vegas sun can be brutal on anything made of plastic, including your window tint. If you have started to see cracks, peeling, or bubbles developing in your tint than it is time to have removed and replaced. Another reason why you might need to replace the tint on your car’s windows is if you have recently moved to Nevada from another state. Unlike some other states in the country, Nevada law regarding tinting is very strict, and law enforcement agencies have a zero tolerance policy on non-compliance.
No matter why you need to replace the tint on your vehicle’s windows it’s important that the old tint is removed properly before the application of any new tint. Failure to do this could lead to the failure of the new tint either during the installation process or even after. Failure to use a proper and methodical process to remove the old tint can lead to possible breakage or scaring of the glass as well. The proper procedure is the one we have always used:
If it’s time to replace your car’s window tint, call us. We have experience with both installation of window tint, as well as the proper removal of old tinting. Once the old tint material is gone, we can install new tint that is Nevada state law compliant and is of the highest quality available on the market today. We use only SunTek tinting material for all of our projects. We offer SunTek Carbon Series and premium SunTek CXP Carbon Nano Hybrid.
No matter what type of tinting service that you need, from removal to installation for a wide variety of applications, we are the best choice in the Henderson and Las Vegas area. To find out more, or to set up an appointment for a quote call us at 702-566-8326, or use our online contact form. We look forward to hearing from you, and to helping you with all of your tinting needs.