commercial window tint


UV Exposure Protection
Untinted windows may filter out a few UVA and UVB rays naturally, but they still allow lots of the sun’s harmful rays through your car’s windows. And continued UV exposure can cause eye and skin damage, such as cataracts, macular degeneration, or melanoma. But ceramic window tint not only protects your car’s interior from fading in the sunlight; it can also keep you safe from those rays! A high-quality window tint will block up to 99% of cancer-causing UV rays, reducing your risk of eye and skin damage over time.
​Less Glare When Driving
Not only is sun glare annoying when you’re on the road; it can also make driving more dangerous. The strong, dazzling sun can cause extreme contrasts in light intensity, leading to eye strain or a higher risk of an accident from being unable to see properly. Ceramic window tint can help you stay safe on the road by reducing sun glare. Your tint will only let 50% of light enter your car, which makes it a lot easier to see while you’re driving. That’s even true at night, as ceramic tint film is designed to block light without compromising your safety or visibility.
No Signal Interference
Another type of window tint is metallic. While it shares many benefits with ceramic film (such as enhanced privacy and visibility for drivers), metallic tint has a major disadvantage: it’s made of tiny particles of metal, so it might interrupt radio and cellphone signals. But with ceramic window tint, you won’t have to deal with electronic signal interference. That means you can turn up the radio and safely make a phone call without worrying about static or dropped calls while you’re driving.
Cooler Interior
​High-quality ceramic window tint doesn’t just keep UV rays out of your car; it also blocks 80% of infrared light. Infrared rays are why we feel heat from the sun, so with fewer rays coming in, tinted windows decrease your vehicle’s interior temperature, even if you have to park in the sun. With less infrared light coming into your car, you can also save energy and money. You won’t have to run your A/C as often when your car is already cool — putting less strain on your engine, your gas tank, and your wallet!
After tinting your windows, the first thing you’ll notice is how much darker they are (although that won’t compromise your visibility on the road). Nobody will be able to see what’s inside the vehicle, which will likely deter someone who would’ve broken into or jacked your car. Along with added privacy, ceramic window tint will also help you and your passengers avoid an injury from shards of glass. While it won’t prevent your windows from breaking in the event of an accident, ceramic window tint will keep glass from shattering.
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Do you remember driving past a business park packed with buildings, all with tinted windows? Those are examples of commercial window tinting. We have several options business owners can choose to fit their needs.


Among a few of the options is ceramic window tint that protects the interior and has superior heat rejection, too. Just like with home and car installations, ceramic will minimize UV penetration and help preserve expensive carpet and other furnishings inside.