Window tint is a versatile product, used for many different applications. Most commonly applied to cars, tint film can also be used on the windows of caravans, boats, heavy machinery, and residential and commercial buildings on the Central Coast. There are many benefits to window tinting, both aesthetic and environmental. When choosing the right window tint there are several factors to keep in mind, such as the percentage of visible light transmission and the thickness of the film. When tinting the windows of a residential or commercial building, it’s important for it to have low reflexivity. This ensures that while a tint is dark from the outside, there are clear views from inside. All tints on the Central Coast are applied by trained professionals, ensuring a smooth finish with no bubbles or ripples. You can get several grades of tint with different percentages of visible light transmission, including the darkest legal tint (which varies depending on whether the tint is for a light vehicle, heavy vehicle or commercial space). The technician applying your window tint will be able to advise you on the legalities of window tinting for your vehicle or premises. Best for vehicle, residential and commercial uses, security tint is a heavy duty, thicker film bonded with a powerful adhesive. It’s used to protect glass from external weather conditions, such as extreme heat and storms. It will also hold glass shards together
if the window is broken. Similarly, anti-graffiti film is durable and easy to remove when spray-painted or scratched, leaving windows clear and unmarked at a fraction of the cost of replacing glass panels. This type of film is especially popular with commercial and retail spaces on the Central Coast. Solar window tint will reduce glare and harmful rays entering your car or home, and is great for humid Central Coast summers. Premium IR film provides better protection against infrared and ultraviolet radiation, and crystalline film lets less heat into your vehicle or building. Both of these are beneficial for health and wellbeing, protecting your skin from harm. Not only will an effective window tint protect interiors from sun damage and fading, it will also provide security, as dark windows make it harder for people to see valuables inside vehicles or buildings. Tinted windows are also advantageous in reducing electricity bills, since they keep interiors cooler. In office buildings, glass walls and partitions are commonly covered with a frosted tint for privacy as a more cost-effective solution, rather than being replaced with solid walls. There is a window tint to suit every application, such as nano-ceramic film, carbon film, anti-graffiti film, security film, solar film and many more. Tinted windows add to the overall visual appeal of a vehicle or building and will keep your car, caravan, boat, residential or commercial building cool and secure.