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When it comes to car window tinting, there are several types of window tints available to suit your preferences and needs. Each type offers distinct benefits, from UV protection to privacy and aesthetics. Understanding your options can help you make an informed decision about your vehicle.
Dyed window tints are a popular choice for those seeking an affordable tinting option. They use multiple layers of dye to darken the glass, providing a sleek appearance while reducing glare. However, they may not offer as much heat rejection as other types.
Metalized tints incorporate tiny metallic particles for enhanced heat reduction and added durability. They reflect UV rays and solar heat, keeping your car cooler during hot Ontario summers. Their reflective nature also adds a touch of elegance to your vehicle’s exterior.
Carbon window tints are known for their matte finish and excellent heat-rejecting properties. They effectively block UV rays, protecting your car’s interior from fading while maintaining a sophisticated look.
For maximum heat rejection and clarity, ceramic window tints are the best choice. Their non-metallic composition ensures no interference with electronic devices, while their superior UV protection safeguards passengers and upholstery.
Whether you’re seeking a cost-effective solution or aiming for the ultimate in heat rejection and aesthetics, the car window tinting options available at our shop in Newmarket, Ontario have you covered. Consult with our experts to determine the best car window tint for your preferences and climate needs.
Window tints limit the amount of UV rays that get inside your vehicle, keeping the interior cooler. This is especially useful if your vehicle is often parked in direct sunlight.
Window tints prevent sun-related issues like fading and cracking. Your vehicle’s interior will stay in good condition for much longer.
Harsh sunlight can affect your vision while driving and create glare. Window tints cut down on the glare and enable you to see clearly without straining your eyes.
Window tints prevent passers-by from peeking into your vehicle. Besides protecting your privacy, window tints can prevent thieves from spotting valuables inside your vehicle.
Although it may look easy, installing window tints can be a quite complicated process. A bad tinting job can result in noticeable gaps, uneven lines, and bubbles. With Autofolie, you won’t have that problem. Our team has installed hundreds of window tints and has the experience and skill to do an impeccable job. If you’re looking for reliable and professional service, Autofolie is the right choice.
Our pricing varies depending on the type of service you require and the size and model of your car. We offer competitive pricing and can provide you with a free quote before we begin any work.
For a full pricing option and color selection please call us or visit our shop in Newmarket.
The installation process can take anywhere from one to three hours, depending on your vehicle size. Installation is typically a one-person job, but you may need an extra set of hands if you have a truck or sports car.
The tinting film is installed on the outside of your vehicle. The film is applied to the inside of the window so that when light passes through it, it has a darkening effect on the light and will reduce glare.
We recommend you wait a day before washing your car to allow the adhesive on the window tint vinyl to cure properly. Then, when you do wash your car, use a sponge or gentle cloth and avoid getting any soap or water on the window tinting film.
Yes, you can roll down your windows after having them tinted. But make sure the window is rolled up before you head out of the shop!
When you have window tint installed, you add a layer of protection to your car’s interior. And like with any other protective layer, it will degrade over time and eventually need to be replaced. This degradation is most evident in bubbling or fading on the inside surface. Window tint comprises a special type of film laminated onto a transparent substrate. The film typically consists of two layers: an outer protective layer and an inner decorative layer.