One thing that you can find on almost any car in Sin City is window tint. Las Vegas is definitely the place to be if you’re looking for a good time, but it’s also extremely hot most days throughout the year. The sun never quits shining in the blazing desert. There’s a reason that the air is dry and the temperate rises high during the day.
While you can get respite by going indoors, your car never receives a break. Unless you put the car in a garage, then the exterior and interior are constantly exposed to the sun. You also can’t find a proper place to avoid your car from the sun. That means that the interior seating and upholstery risks bleaching and damage. You could have less-than-pleasing seats and steering wheels which will break down sooner.
Many car owners choose to protect themselves, their passengers, and the interiors of their vehicles from the sun’s dangerous UV rays with tinted window film. Window tint is also an easy and effective way to add some privacy to a vehicle. After all, what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, except for sun damage.
Many factors play into the quote that you receive from a mechanic. Different shops also have different rates, so we will give out the ones that we have at Team Acme so that you can compare our quotes to others. Then you will see why our quotes make the most sense.
If you are looking for a cheap tint in Las Vegas, first you should consider the quality of the car tints. As you can predict that the cheaper product, the less protection… So when you look for auto window tint in Las Vegas, don’t decide before being sure about the quality of the tint. Do not underestimate your car’s health.
Your car will help us determine the quote. So will your preferences. How much it will cost you to tint your car’s windows depends on the make and model of your car, where you want the window tint and the quality of tint that you purchase.
A car’s make is one factor, as well as the model. Some vehicle brands are better designed to have vinyl or carbon layers on the windows. Tinting the windows of a two-door truck will cost less than tinting the windows of a two-door car and tinting the windows of a four-door car will cost less than tinting the windows of a SUV.
Additionally, if a car’s windows are difficult to tint, then the price of the job will be impacted. Both tiny, curved rear glass arrangements and large ones can prove difficult for an expert. Curves and odd angles can easily drive up the price. Car size is another factor. The bigger the car, the larger the area that you need for tinting every window. A stretch limo, for example, would require more window tinting than a regular-sized limousine.
There is also the possibility that you do not want all of your car’s windows to be tinted. For example, let’s say you only want to tint your car’s back windows or the sunroof and you aren’t interested in tinting the front windows. Tinting fewer windows will cost less than tinting all of the windows. You can make a budget depending on personal preferences. A set of front windows is a good option for when you want to protect the driver and passengers.
The easiest way to get a lower price on your window tinting in Las Vegas, or anywhere for that matter, is to not require a replacement. You would have just bought a car, new or used, and realized that you need sun protection. That means that factoring in size and window types, you can get a great deal on auto tinting. The problem is virtually solved.
Replacing older window tint becomes complicated for the workers at the auto shop. While this is still possible to do, and Team Acme is prepared to carefully remove the old tint before replacing it, the specialists will need to know about the type of tint, quality, and for how long it has been installed. That could potentially lead to a higher quote.
With that said, you should replace your tint every couple of years, especially in the case of damage or peeled vinyl. Simply prepare to pay more if there are complications down the road.
The cost to window tint your vehicle will also be affected by the type of tint you purchase and the quality of the service. There are a number of manufacturers who produce window tint for vehicles and there are multiple types of window tint to choose from. Team Acme, Inc., for example, uses SunTek products and offers customers the choice between Carbon, Hybrid, and Ceramic films.
Team Acme, Inc. usually recommends the Carbon tint to our customers because the Carbon tint is high quality and available at a great price point.
Two-Door Truck With Three Windows: $130
Two-Door Car: $170
Four-Door Car: $190
*The price of tinting services may change in yers.
*Some vehicles differ due to difficulties, such as Corvettes and some German cars Team Acme supplies SunTek Carbon Series tints in the following shades:
70, 60, 45, 42, 35, 24, 18, and 6
And we carry SunTek CXP in the following shades:
80, 65, 53, 40, 33, 16, and 6
Visit Team Acme’s website today and fill out a request form to receive a free quote from Team Acme for window tinting. Based on the make, model, and year of your car, in addition to the type of tint you want for your car, we will tell you how much it will cost before you commit to the installation. In addition, we will do our best to offer special deals if you want a customized vinyl for your business. We have graphic designers on hand that can help.
If you want to find out more, reach out to us today. At Team Acme, we will be very happy to answer all of your questions regarding car window tinting and new car technology. Find out how to protect your vehicle from the sun at a reasonable cost in the long-term.