Auto Tinting FAQ’s

If you are thinking of having your Auto tinted, and maybe have a few concerns, or are unsure of a few areas of the process. We have tried to answer most queries below. However if you have any other queries, please contact us in the first instance, for a prompt, and friendly answer to any questions you may have.

We have an excellent qualified team of window tinting fitters, who have many years of experience in this area. This guarantees you not only a competitive quote, but the most professional job.

We also apply tinting to both commercial & residential properties, call us for a free quote!

Q: How long will it take to install window tint on my vehicle?

A: Installation time ranges from 1 to 3 hours depending on how many windows are being tinted and what type of vehicle it is.

Q: Should I drop off my vehicle or wait?

A: We prefer your vehicle be dropped off for the day, but we do have a waiting area cable TV and magazines for customers who choose to stay for the installation.

Q: How many windows does my car have?

A: The answer to this question can vary widely based on the year, make and model of your vehicle. See our page about number of windows for further explanation and examples.

Q: How long should I keep my windows rolled up after I have window tint installed?

A: We recommend keeping your windows up for at least 2-4 days. If windows are rolled down before that time frame the tint often peels off because it has not had enough time to cure. Should this happen we can redo your window at a low cost, but it is not covered under the warranty.

Q: Will you travel to my home to tint my vehicle?

A: Sorry guys, we do not travel to install window film on vehicles, unless it is for our dealerships. Window tinting must be done inside a controlled environment to prevent dirt, dust and debris from getting under the film.

Q: What are these chips in my tint?

A: One thing to be careful about, once you have window tint, is your seat belts. When removing your seat belt, be careful to not allow it to sling over and hit the window as this will make a little chip in the tint each time the seat belt hits.

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