Vehicle Window Tinting

Tinting for more than just style

Its not all about the looks although our films do look great once they are installed, they were designed for much more. You will get a reduction in heat entering your vehicle on hot days, this will reduce the running of your air-conditioning and save on fuel. The film bonds to the glass so in the event of an accident the glass will stay together and not shatter. This can also deter would-be thieves if a darker shade of tint is chosen for the rear of your vehicle this will add privacy to keep your belongings out of sight, you will also get a reduction in glare from the sun or snow and car headlights, plus a massive 99% protection from harmful UV rays. We get these high quality reaults by only using highest quality films.




What are the benefits to having your windows tinted?

Heat Reduction

Up to a 60% heat reduction can be achieved compared to untreated glass. Window films will help your vehicle cool more rapidly, even after hours in the blazing sun by reflecting the unbearable heat out of your vehicle

Reduce Fading

Using our film will block 99% of the sun’s harmful ultra violet (UV) rays. This, together with the heat reduction will help reduce the fading of seats and carpets. It prolongs the life of all rubber, wood, vinyl and leather inside your vehicle. It also helps to protect your dashboard, mobile, audio equipment and speakers.

Protection from UV rays

As mentioned above, our films block 99% of the sun’s UV rays. This is the principal cause of skin cancer and premature skin aging. We all know how we must protect our children and pets from these harmful rays, but the stick-on screens and blinds that are often used only limit the direct sunlight – the harmful solar rays still get through. Parents will know how children become restless and agitated when they are too hot in a car. Our films will keep your children cool and they can’t rip it off and throw it at the driver – unlike stick-on shields!

Reduce Glare And Driver Fatigue

The film reduces potentially dangerous glare from the sun, headlights and reflective surfaces. The reduction of this glare can actually make your driving safer. Sun strips on the front windscreen are also useful, especially in the winter to spring months, whilst the sun is low on the horizon.

Increase Safety and Security

It will help to hold together broken glass if it is shattered in an accident. However don’t worry, it will not trap you in the car as it is very easy (and a lot safer) to push the glass OUTWARDS once it has broken. In contrast it is very hard to push it inwards, like a thief would, if they were trying to break into your vehicle.




Increase Privacy
Window tinting provides an increased level of privacy from the prying eyes of thieves.

How is tint applied?
We use a special film, applied to the inside of the glass. Unlike cheaper films, ours is actually bonded to the glass and is guaranteed against flaking or delaminating, for as long as you keep the vehicle!

Film? Will it scratch easily?
YES, if you attack it with a nail or some scissors!… but as you’re not likely to do that, NO it doesn’t. Once the film is actually bonded to your windows, it forms a tough shield that rebuffs attempts to scratch it

Can you tint all the windows?
By Law you are not allowed to tint the windscreen, and can not tint anything darker than 70% on the front windows. If anyone has any difficulties or questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.
The current regulations can be viewed at VOSA. Click here

What can we tint?
Pretty much anything – If it’s glass, we can tint it! We BLACK OUT a lot of rear windows in vans so that prying eyes can’t see what’s inside. More and more people are doing this to estate cars. It’s now almost impossible to see what’s in the back from the outside, but you can still see out of the windows without any difficulties.

Company car owners can also have their vehicles tinted to look stylish and stand out of the crowd because we can remove the film without leaving any residue so that you can return the car as you found it