Gone are the days when people thought tinted windows are meant for those that just want to remain disguised or for teens who want to add the “cool” factor to their vehicles. Today, window tinting has proven to be beneficial for several purposes and has grown into more than just a trend.
Window tints don’t generally come standard on most vehicles, and as a result, some people resort to installing tints themselves without considering the fundamentals. The following will help you get a better understanding of window tinting.
What is Window Tinting?
Window tinting is the process of installing window film on the interior of glass surfaces of vehicles, boats, and commercial and residential buildings. Basic window tinting mainly serves to reduce glare from the sun and to protect one’s privacy.
Window tints are available in different colors and grade levels. There are various thickness levels, too. Different window tinting brands offer a diverse selection of tint options. The price of the window tinting is dependent on several factors including the benefits offered by the window tints.
What Are the Benefits?
No matter where window tints are installed, they offer several advantages:
The aesthetic of vehicles is also generally enhanced with the installation of window tints. In addition, window tinting saves you from spending money on repairing/replacing furniture in the long run. Window films don’t just make for excellent sunscreens, they also protect glass from shattering during high impact vehicle collisions or vandalism.
What Are Your Options?
As mentioned, window tints are available in several colors and types. The color you choose is mainly based on your personal preferences. Some people prefer to go darker than others.
You can opt for a more brownish tint rather than a darker black. You can even choose a green tint. Usually, most of these films provide the same amount of protection and privacy.
For automotive window tinting, Team Acme offers several options including Suntek’s Carbon line, which offers high quality results matched with a non-reflective “black” finish that won’t fade. SunTek’s Carbon XP collection is also available. Featuring similar qualities, this line gives enhanced options for high-end applications. Residential and commercial window tinting are also available in several brands and shades.
Did You Know?
Each state, including Nevada, has its own local laws regarding window tinting. That’s why it’s important to do the research or turn to the knowledgeable professionals at Team Acme to ascertain that the tints being applied are legal.
How Can You Get Expert Help?
The professionals at Team Acme have been applying high quality window tints for quite some time now. We offer a one-year warranty on automotive and architectural window tints. Contact us today for more information about our window tinting process and how to get started.