There are many benefits to tinting the windows of cars. It protects you from harmful UV rays, just like sunglasses can protect your eyes. Tinted windows also reduce theft because thieves cannot look through your windows to spot valuable items. It decreases the chance of getting hurt in an accident, as the film of the window tint keeps together shattered pieces of glass. But lastly and foremost, it looks nice and classy.
Typical Cost Of Auto Window Tinting
The cost depends a bit on the surface area of your windows. Generally speaking, trucks have less surface, and SUVs have more surface compared to a normal sized car.
How much does it cost to tint car windows?
The window tinting cost ranges from $150 to $250.
Included In The Price Of Car Window Tint
included in the cost are labor and material. So at this price you should get a complete installation on all windows (except the front windshield) including the film material. A normal window tinting job will use a standard film that is non-reflective.
Consider These Factors Of Car Tinting Prices
type of film used. A normal tint job uses a standard non-reflective film.
warranty against bubbling and peeling. Some companies offer only one year of warranty, while others will cover the car’s life time.
Additional Cost Of Window Tinting
If old tint needs to be removed first, you should expect to pay an extra $25 for labor.
You can select an upgrade for the type of film that is used. These options include colored window tints, hybrid and metal film.
Benefits of Commercial Window Tinting
- Reduces fading and interior cracking
- Lessens eye fatigue
- Improves vision and safety
- Reduces glare
- Reduces heat in the car
- Increases air-conditioning efficiency
- Increases skin protection
- Blocks UV rays
- Improves occupant comfort
Tips Before Tinting Car Windows
Be sure to get some information on what type of tinting is allowed in your state. If you travel across states, be sure that the type of film is allowed in all those states. The important aspects that determine what is allowed and what not, are the reflection characteristics and the percentage of transmitted light. For more information on automotive film state legislation, visit iwfa.com.