There are many good reasons to do an aftermarket tint to a vehicle’s windows. For many vehicle owners, things like privacy, UV protection from rising temperatures, security from peeping eyes, and glaring sun or high beams are issues. Consider adding aftermarket tinting to your car windows to help resolve these issues.
The VLT ( Visual Light Transmission) level of window tint film determines the amount of light transmitted through your windows. Window tinting blocks up to 99% harmful UV rays, which helps to keep the interior in better shape. Over time, this makes a significant difference in the value of the vehicle, as those with tinted windows tend to have fewer cracks in leather and less fading of dashboards.
Window tinting also reduces heat in the vehicle up to 70%, which means you and your passengers will drive in comfort. Another important byproduct of window tinting is that it helps keep the glass from shattering during an accident. While the windows of newer cars are all tempered or laminated, reducing the likelihood of sharp pieces cutting an occupant, the adhesive in window tint may result in fewer loose pieces of glass from a broken window.
Trust the experts at Mobile-Edge Canada for your tinting applications to use quality window tint products from Solar Gard.
Research shows that window tinting in cars offers protection against damaging UV radiation. A professionally installed window tint can shield up to 99% of UV rays by blocking out the sun. Cars with leather interior will also benefit significantly from window tinting. Window tinting will help protect you and your passengers against skin damage, discoloration, and even cancer. Having window tints on your automobile can act as the equivalent of a 285 SPF sunscreen.
The effects of glare can become an unpleasant and sometimes dangerous experience for drivers, and are one of the most significant factors that lead to accidents on the road. Tinting your car's window will prevent glare from the sun and headlights from blinding you. The permanent solution to glare is to tint your windows. Depending on your needs and the local regulations in their province, our tint will reduce the amount of light travelling into your vehicle by up to 95 percent.
Window tinting does not prevent the driver and passengers from seeing out, but they do prevent people outside the car from clearly seeing inside. There is a wide range of tints you can choose to have professionally installed on your vehicle. However, the darker the shade, the more security and privacy you get. Darker tints will keep whatever valuables you have inside your car hidden from would-be thieves and prying eyes.
Other than the health benefits, there are serious safety advantages to window tinting. Vehicle windows are designed to break safely, but passengers can be in danger from flying glass when a window shatters; should you be unfortunate enough to get in an accident. Professionally tinted windows break more safely than un-treated windows. Therefore, minimize the dangers of flying glass by tinting the windows.
Solar energy heats your car to uncomfortable temperatures -especially when your car is parked out in the sun. Cars with leather interior will benefit immensely from window tinting; tinted windows will block up to 70% of solar heat for a comfortable ride. With automotive window films, you can drive more relaxed and more comfortable with less reliance on air conditioning, which can improve fuel economy.
Choosing the right window tint can be problematic for many consumers, and settling on the type and shade of film for your vehicle can be difficult. A window tinting percentage refers to the amount of light the tint on the window screens out. Which level of window tinting a vehicle owner chooses is partially determined by the reason for tinting, and what percentage of VLT is legal in their province.
© 2020 Mobile Edge Canada Ltd.