Don’t spend another summer in Fresno suffering from the heat and glare of the sun. Our state of the art window films are designed to drastically reduce heat, UV Rays, and that annoying glare.
Apart from the amazing cooling power, our window film installations provide a luxurious new look for any vehicle no matter the year make or model.
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Of all the different types of window films available, they typically boil down to the following types.
Ceramic Window Tint (Best) – The best results from a window film. Ceramic films use ceramic particles to reject heat, sun glare, and UV rays. This film offers the highest levels of all categories while never sacrificing visibility. FUN FACT: The lightest shade of Ceramic tint has more heat rejection than the darkest dyed aka standard tint.
Dyed Window Tint (Good) – Most economical window tint film. Dyed window tint blocks light rays and absorbs some heat. Ideal solution for those who just want privacy but aren’t concerned about UV light or infrared light rejection.
Ceramic window tint film is the latest technology that has stood the test of time. They are made using nano-ceramic technology similar to the technology in our Ceramic Coatings. This high-tech window film simply outperforms all other films in laboratory studies in the areas of UV light rejection, infrared light rejection, sun glare reduction, and visibility. In addition, it adds structural stability to the window making the window more shatter-proof.
Yes you can get your factory tinted window tinted. We tint over the factory film this. is the only window tint that we are able to tint over.
If you’re installing window tints on your sedan vehicle, the cost for tinting will be around $50–$150 per window, depending on the film. If you’re planning to get dyed window tint, expect to spend around $350 for your whole car to be tinted.
Typically it takes 3-5 hours to tint a whole car but this all depends on the film and the experience of the installer.
This is determined by how dark you would like your window to be and how much heat rejection you’re prepared to invest in.