Thursday, June 20, 2013
Window tinting provides drivers with privacy and shade while navigating the Austin highways. It can also give your car an upgraded appearance, while increasing its resale value. Choosing a type of window film for your car can be a challenge. You have to understand your state's tinting laws and the differences in the tint types. A professional window tinting company like Sunshades of Austin LLC can help you choose the best type of window film for your car.
Standard Dye If you want an entry level type of window film the standard dye construction type is your best choice. This product is guaranteed to never bubble, change its color, or peel. It is constructed with non-conductive dye, which means having this tint on your window will not interfere with any of the advanced technologies in your car such as GPS systems, smartphone apps, satellite signals for your radio, or Bluetooth reception.
Synthetic Dye Film This film is double-layered and non-reflective. It is considered by many to be the most durable tinted window film compared to other dyed construction products on the market. It provides clarity for the driver and works well on nearly any type of vehicle. Like standard dye, a lifetime warranty comes with this product; although peeling and bubbling is unlikely to be a problem.
Synthetic and Polyester Combination Film This unique window film product ensures long-lasting color. Some window films will begin to turn purple over time. A film constructed of a synthetic and polyester combination holds its color the best. When you have this type of film applied to your vehicle's windows the result is a pure, sleek black.
Tinting Traits When choosing a tint for your vehicle's windows make sure to work with a reputable and long-lasting company like Sunshades of Austin LLC. To ensure that you are getting the highest quality product, make sure that the film you choose comes with a manufacturer's warranty, has glare reduction, optical clarity, UV protection, and does not contain any metals which can interfere with your electronic devices. Don't forget to abide by the tinting laws of Texas; otherwise, you will have to pay to have the tinting removed and reinstalled.
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