Are you ready for window tint on your car windows, but maybe you don’t know everything there is to know about window tint. For example, do you know how much window tint costs? Are you going to install the window tint yourself or do you want to hire a professional technician to do the job for you? Before you get window tint applied on your car windows, there are a few things we think you should know about it.
You’ve probably heard that ultraviolet rays are dangerous to humans. Harmful UV rays damage peoples’ skin and eyes, and sometimes the negative effects UV rays have on people isn’t apparent for years or decades after the damage is done. UV rays are capable of entering the interior of cars through window glass. SunTek Carbon Window Tint prevents 99.9% of ultraviolet rays from penetrating car windows when installed. With SunTek Carbon Window Tint, you and your passengers can drive down the road protected from harmful UV rays.
In addition to protecting drivers and passengers in vehicles from harmful UV rays, window tints prevent premature fading and deterioration from occurring on the furniture inside vehicles. The UV rays cannot penetrate the window tint and this keeps fabric and leather intact.
Quality window tint can reject up to 60 – 97% of heat that is attempting to enter vehicles through window glass depending on the type of tint you get. By rejecting heat, window tint can keep your car cool and prevent you and your passengers from cranking up the AC. Tint helps to keep you and your passengers as comfy as possible, especially in this blaring Las Vegas heat.
There are tint regulations in the United States of America and they vary depending on the state you are in. In Nevada, front door car windows are regulated to 35% light transmittance. This means at least 35% of sunlight must be able to enter the vehicle through the windows with the tint applied.
Look up the tint laws for your state before you choose your shade. If the window tint on your car is too dark, then you could definitely get a ticket.
Team Acme, Inc. offers SunTek’s Carbon Series and Carbon Nano Hybrid window tint. Our selection of window tints has multiple advantages—for example: both tint options are non-reflective, provide 99% UV protection, contain zero metal, and are non-fading.
The biggest difference between the 2 tint options used by Team Acme is the Carbon Nano Hybrid tint delivers enhanced performance for high-end applications. Otherwise, both tints are top-of-the-line in quality and have all of the best advantages expected from high-quality window film.
If you want to learn more about SunTek window films or SunTek’s other products then visit their website. To gain a better understanding of why Team Acme chooses SunTek and refuses to use other window tint products, visit our website.
On Team Acme’s website, customers can learn more about the benefits of the different types of SunTek window tint. Moreover, Team Acme’s window tint installation process is described in detail on our website, so before you come into Team Acme for a tint job, you can get a feel for what the window tint process entails.
Contact Team Acme today with questions, comments, or concerns by calling us at 702-566-8326 or fill out our online contact form.