For whatever reason you decide to get window tints installed, you’re most likely focusing on the quality of the tints and the amount of clarity they offer. High quality tints will provide the clarity you’re looking for along with excellent heat reduction properties.
When you tint your vehicle’s windows, you’re not only enhancing its looks; you’re also protecting yourself and the interior of your vehicle from sun damage. There are several types of window film you can choose from. From metalized to dyed window film and ceramic window film, each type has its own set of benefits.
With the latest option, ceramic window tints, drivers can enjoy a load of advantages:
First and foremost, ceramic film does an excellent job at blocking heat. Since ceramic window tints are non-metallic and use two layers of nano-ceramic technology, they keep out a considerable amount of heat. Your car’s interior can remain cool during the warmest temperatures.
Ceramic film can protect your vehicle from heating to a harmful extent that can even damage your furniture. This type of window tinting is known for its ability to completely block out infrared radiation and keep out nearly 100% of UV rays. You won’t have to worry about turning up the AC, which actually causes the vehicle to heat up more.
While dyed films tend to fade over time, ceramic tints have a protective coating that reflects heat, giving the window a darkened appearance. The topcoat also helps prevent fading so that the film can always look like new.
Ceramic tints may be more expensive than their counterparts, but you won’t have to worry about paying to replace the film because of fading from sunlight. The function of your tints and appearance of your vehicle won’t be compromised at all.
Due to the fact that ceramic window tints don’t use metals in their composition, they don’t interfere with cell phone or radio signals. You can enjoy better phone reception and listen to your music without unwelcome interruptions.
In addition, ceramic window film is especially practical for vehicles with in-glass satellite antennae that require less disruption. It won’t interfere with other vehicle systems such as a tire pressure-monitoring scheme.
Moreover, metalized window tints tend to be more reflective than ceramic film. Aesthetically, many consumers prefer the less reflective nature of ceramic tints. They still offer the privacy and numerous advantages regular tints provide.
Have All Your Window Tint Questions Answered
At Team Acme, we’ve been installing all sorts of window tints for years. We’ve helped numerous satisfied customers find the window tints that best suit their preferences. Our team of experts can help you get both the look and functionality you’re looking for.