Window tint is designed to keep your vehicle looking hot, while you stay cool! It helps protect your interior from heat and ultraviolet light exposure, while increasing your privacy and reducing glare.
Choose Your VLT Level
A window film’s tint level is known as its visible light transmittance (VLT). This rating indicates how much light can pass through the window and how much visibility there is both inside and outside the vehicle. The lower the number, the more dramatic of an effect it has. Be sure to consider your local laws and regulations before settling on a package. Click the "Attachments" tab for a link to the window film regulations in your state.
Harmful ultraviolet (UVA) rays that contribute to premature aging and skin cancer can penetrate through unprotected automobile glass - whether it’s a sunny day or not. Since window tint can reject up to 99% of damaging UV rays, the Skin Cancer Foundation recommends window tint as part of a comprehensive skin care program.
Window tint will help block the ultraviolet light from the inside of your vehicle helping to protect your interior from fading and heat damage.