Car window tinting

At Autoglaze we offer window tinting services with materials sourced from Eastman (LLumar) Performance Films. Automotive window film consists of layers of strong polyester laminate formed in various highly advanced forms to produce a better look and performance of existing window fixtures. One side has a scratch-resistant coating and the other has an adhesive that bonds to the glass. We offer both clear UV shielding and tinted window films. Here is an explanation of the benefits of both.

Tinted Window Film

This type of film adds shade to the film, typically of a darker colour, usually black or charcoal in automotive films. This feature allows you to enhance privacy and security to your car cruising experience. Additionally, you can choose the degree of darkness you would like your window tint to be. LLumar’s tints have guaranteed colour stability, so you don’t have to worry about the tint fading or discolouring. Tinted window film maximises heat and can block more than 99% of the sun’s harmful ultraviolet (UVA and UVB) rays and create a cool and cosy setting for the interior of your car. Furthermore, this tint increases the protection of your cars upholstery and dashboards, as less sunlight can enter. On top of this, this film blocks unwanted glare from headlights and other bright lights, enhancing your ability to focus without distraction when driving, and this choice of film does not interfere with in-glass radio antenna technology.

Clear UV Shield Window Film

Did you know that window tints do not have to be dark? It is possible for them to be almost invisible and we offer this with LLumar’s UV Shield tint. If you are already happy with the clear transparent appearance of your car windows, you can maintain this, whilst having all the additional benefits of being protected from harmful UV rays with this virtually clear option. Created with consideration to your car accessories in mind, this tint does not interfere with mobile phones, radios, radar detectors or global positioning systems. Moreover, when there is less natural light outside, the clarity and low reflectivity will not affect your night vision. This material is recommended by the Skin Cancer Foundation and is suitable for fitting to front side windows in cars.

We hope this has given you further insights into these two different tint types and can well inform you on which one you choose to go with! Please give us a call if you have any doubts: 01202 864400

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