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Tint Tech Tinting Windshield Sun Glare

Tinting Your Windshield – Pros and Cons. We have the details.

The Problem

Ah, the glare! Have you ever been driving home from work when you ask yourself: why would they build a road that seems to drive directly into the setting sun? Your car’s visor does not go low enough to block it out, you have trouble seeing far in front of you, and all the traffic slows down because of the extraordinary sun glare. 

Why just sunlight for that matter? The glare can put a safe ride in jeopardy at night as well. The only difference is that at night the glare comes from the headlights of oncoming vehicles. You can’t see the road ahead clearly because of this glare, and that makes night driving extremely stressful.

The Solution

Wouldn’t it be great to have something to reduce the glare? Wouldn’t it be even better if that something had the added benefit of reducing the heat and the UV rays that come into your car, particularly on those high glare days?  Well, you should be excited to know that there is something to do all those things – windshield tinting.

But, you may ask: Isn’t windshield tinting illegal? Not necessarily. Of course, you should always check to see the laws regarding windshield tinting in your particular province or state.  But we, at Tint Tech, the window tinting specialists of Calgary, have been doing a ton of windshield tinting lately.  

The Purpose

These windshield tints are not to darken your windshield. Rather, they are virtually clear films that pack in many benefits for you and your car. In fact, there are so many benefits to windshield tinting that customers know that it is the right thing to do for their car, and for their own driving experience.  

In this blog, we take a moment to discuss the type of windshield tinting that we at Tint Tech use most frequently, and we also discuss the pros and cons of using windshield tinting in general. At Tint Tech, our Calgary window tinting reputation is on the line, so we make sure our auto tint professionals provide the highest quality work and customer service. You can call us at 403-968-8468 to talk to one of the specialists today.

Types Of Window Tint Film for Your Windshield

There are many different types of window tint films that can be applied to your automobile. These include:

1. Dyed Window Tint Film – the least expensive option with some heat reduction qualities.
2. Metallized Film – very small metallic particles, invisible to the eye, work to reflect light and keep the heat outside of the car to some degree but can interfere with a cell phone, GPS, and radio transmission.
3. Carbon Window Tint Film – a film that does not use metal, can block about 40% of infrared light and is effective in keeping heat out of the car on a hot day.
4. Ceramic Film – the highest quality window tint film that uses a type of ceramic particle that is non-conductive and nonmetallic.  

We at Tint Tech Calgary, are partial to IR ceramic for windshields, which basically provides 80% VLT. Let’s break down the acronyms in that last sentence. “IR” stands for Infrared Rejection. It is the amount, usually measured in percentages, of infrared light that is blocked by a window film.  

“VLT” stands for Visible Light Transmission. Also measured in percentages, visible light transmission pertains to the amount of visible light that is allowed to come through a window tint film. So, 35% VLT means that 35% of visible light will pass through the window film. The lower the percentage, the darker the tint. In fact, most automakers will slightly tint the glass in an auto at the factory – usually to about 80% VLT. 

That is why you should not worry about the windshield tint that we install at Tint Tech. The IR ceramic film we use is a virtually clear window film with 80% VLT. It ensures that the views both inside and outside remain unobstructed.  

Windshield Tints And Insurance

Any modification that you do to your automobile will affect its insurance. If your state or province does not approve of the tint shade on your car, it can even render your insurance policy void. Be sure to enlighten yourself about the tint laws before taking a final call on its application.

The Benefits of IR Ceramic Window Film

Ceramic film has only recently appeared on the market, but it has proven itself to be remarkably reliable while providing great performance. It is the highest quality window tint film, so it can be more expensive than the others. Yet, there are so many benefits to the ceramic window film that the old adage “you get what you pay for” is particularly accurate here. The many benefits of ceramic are worth the slightly higher price compared to other films on the market. Here are some of the benefits:

1. Solar Heat Reduction. IR ceramic film typically cuts about 45% to 50% of the solar heat entering your vehicle. In fact, this is one of the most significant selling points for our customers who get tint on their windshields. By deflecting up to 50% of the sun’s solar (infrared) energy, you can be comfortable in your car without having to turn your air conditioner to full blast. Having less heat coming into your car puts less of a strain on all of the components of your car in the summer. And, with better fuel efficiency, there is less strain on your wallet. 

2. Glare Reduction. IR ceramic film is by far the best, compared to other films, when talking about glare reduction. Because it reduces glare while still being virtually clear, IR ceramic is the perfect window tint for your windshield. In terms of numbers, this type of film will reduce glare by about 13%, which is significant, particularly on those roads that lead you right towards the sun on the way home from work. 

3. UV Protection. The IR ceramic film also blocks up to 99% of the sun’s ultraviolet light coming into your car.  That has enormous benefits both for you and your passengers because skin cancer is directly linked to UV exposure.  Also, it protects the dashboard and upholstery in your car from fading. And we all want our cars to stay looking new, both inside and out, right?  

4. No Electronic Interference. Separating it from metallic films, IR ceramic film is both non-conductive and nonmetallic. Therefore, it does not get in the way of necessary electronic devices like your cell phone and a GPS system. 

5. Reduces Chance of Glass Breakage. Adding the ceramic film to your windshield also renders the windshield highly shatterproof. That provides a little more protection from someone trying to get into a car, and it actually reduces the chances of glass pieces flying inside the vehicle if the windshield does break.   

All of the above benefits come in a window film that is virtually clear, at 80% VLT. That is what makes it an ideal film for windshields, and why our customers at Calgary’s window tinting service at Tint Tech are using the IR ceramic film for their windshields in greater numbers.  

Drawback Of Tinting Your Windshield

Windshield tinting has only one major drawback. However, it pertains to only the darker tints and not the virtually clear ones.

1. Difficult To See Clearly – The dark tints make it difficult to see clearly, both inside and outside. The driver’s view gets obstructed, and even that of pedestrians, cyclists, etc. They are not able to make proper eye contact with each other. As a result, they won’t be able to judge clearly whether each has noticed the other or not. Even worse is the situation where even the law enforcement officers cannot see clearly inside the car due to dark tints. They can’t judge the reaction of the driver and hence, are working blindly while apprehending a driver for a traffic violation or any other misconduct.  

Concluding Thoughts

Be sure to check with your specific province or state to check to see if the window tint film we provide is legal for your windshield. If it is, then it is a smart move for your car. The heat, glare, and UV ray reduction that comes with the IR ceramic window tint for your windshield will really improve your overall driving experience. 

There is always a risk of bubbling if the tint film is not applied properly. Therefore, approach Tint Tech for that perfect application as we pride ourselves in doing the job right in one go only. Call us, the Calgary window tint professionals, at 403-968-8468 today. We at Tint Tech love talking with customers about all of the window tint options that we provide, including glare-reducing window tints for your windshield.

Window Film on Double Triple Pane Glass

Installing Window Film on Double- or Triple-Pane Glass, Is It Safe?

You may be surprised to know that there are a few hot topics in the window film world. Using window film on double- or triple-paned glass is one of them. In fact, the debate on treating double- or triple-pane windows with window tint is almost as hot as the energy a window film treatment absorbs from the sun.  

Specifically, we have heard consistent stories of new-home builders scaring customers into thinking that installing window film on triple-pane glass voids the warranty. Thus, they dissuade people from getting the extra protection and benefits that window tint provides for their homes.  

In this article, we delve into the details of multi-pane glass, the benefits of window tint for your home, and the heated debate on the safety of window tint on the multi-paned glass in your home windows.  

We at Tint Tech, the Calgary window film experts, are always available to discuss with you the pros and cons of any type of window film for your home or office. If you are not sure what options are available to you with regard to Calgary window film products and installers, do not hesitate to call one of our Tint Tech professionals at 403-968-8468

A Brief Primer on Double- and Triple-Pane Glass

Double- and triple-pane glass is a marvelous investment if you are looking for replacement windows. Why? Because they are great at keeping the heat of the sun out of your home in the summer and keeping the heat from your furnace in your home during the winter. That translates into lower heating and cooling costs for you all around.

Double-pane windows are made up of two pieces of glass in parallel. There is a small space between the two sealed pieces of glass, and that space is usually filled with a gas. A window made up of two sealed pieces of glass with gas in between works to insulate the window quite effectively. You can get the benefits of natural light flowing into your home, but keep out excess heat.  

In fact, a standard double-pane window with argon gas will be able to reflect about 90% of the energy hitting it, and only allow 10% through. That means that only 10% of the heat from the hot sun gets into your home in the summer, and only 10% of your heat seeps out of your home in the winter. 

Triple-pane windows are identical to double-pane windows, with the exception that they have a third piece of glass, giving greater insulation. A standard triple-pane window will reflect 97% of the energy, and will only let 3% pass-through. Triple-pane windows, as you would expect, are about one-third more expensive than double-pane windows. 

Benefits of Home Window Film

Window tint for your home windows has many benefits. It keeps out excess heat from the sun beating down on your windows. It also significantly reduces sun glare, which is a welcome necessity if you are trying to view a computer screen in your home office. Finally, window tint keeps out harmful UV rays that could fade and cause sun damage to the furniture and fabrics in your home.  

All of those benefits come while you still are able to enjoy natural light in your home. Without window tinting, you would need to resort to blinds or drapes, which shuts out light almost completely. So, can you put window tint on double- or triple-pane windows?

Is It Safe to Install Window Film on Double- and Triple-Pane Glass?

Be assured that installing window film on double- or triple-pane glass in your home is safe. We at Tint Tech, the Calgary window film professionals, have done so for years.  

You may have heard that window tint on multi-pane glass has the effect of allowing the separate pieces of glass to get to different temperatures. The notion is that when the glass panes are at different temperatures, that could cause the pressure to change, break the window seal, or break the glass. In addition, as noted, builders have been scaring customers about window film by stating that it voids the warranty for the window.  

Window Films Do Not Ruin The Windows

Window films don’t ruin the windows, that is just a misconception. If the tint is applied by an authorized dealer and the material used is good quality, no harm will come to your windows, irrespective of the number of panes.

Windows in homes and offices are different from those used in automobiles. So the film used on each is also different. The greatest mistake we do is in assuming that both are the same without any consulting anyone knowledgeable. The windows in residences and commercial buildings are flat pane. The films used on these absorb a lesser amount of sun’s energy as compared to the automotive tints. 

Automotive tint or film is heat-shrinkable for the purpose of installation. This specific property helps in the application of the tint to the car window, which has a curved surface. If you make the mistake of applying automotive tint to flat glass, it can result in breakage.

Tint Tech Gives Full Warranty

We at Tint Tech have a comprehensive understanding of the various types of tints. We guide our clients to choose the most appropriate tint for their homes and offices. Tint Tech also covers that warranty if there are any pressure cracks, which in our experience, has yet to happen. In addition, we have not experienced a temperature difference between the panes of glass such that it would cause some problems with the window. And when that occurs, the warranty we provide covers for any issues.  

Indeed, our installation professionals have installed window tint on interiors of double- and triple-pane windows. In those cases where we were unable to install the window tint on the interior, we can install the tint on the exterior of the double- or triple-pane windows. In fact, exterior window tint is even more effective with heat rejection.

Choose A Safe Film For Your Multi-Pane Window

Certain types of films and substances should never be applied to your double- or triple-pane windows. These are:

  • Sub-standard window films.
  • Poor quality and inferior adhesives.
  • Films with solar heat absorption of 50% or higher.
  • Tints with natural 20% Variable Light Transmission.
  • Bronze tints with 20 % VLT.
  • Complete blackout films.

Another aspect of importance is that automotive tints should not be used in place of architectural films. Both look the same but are actually different, as we have discussed above.

With the Appropriate Window Film, There’s No Debate on Its Safety

We at Tint Tech are happy to put this window film/multi-pane glass debate to rest. Provided that the proper window film is used, you should have no problem with adding window film to a double- or triple-pane window. Of course, the warranty is always there for additional peace of mind.

Next time the builder tells you that the window tints are a bad idea, you need not fall in with their plans. We will give you a full warranty for your windows in case anything happens to them because of the film that we applied. You can just sit back and enjoy the benefits of a job well done. 

Tint Tech Your Architectural Window Film Partners

Contact us at Tint Tech, either by filling out our contact sheet online or calling us at 403-968-8468. We are the Calgary window film experts. Our professionals have been servicing Calgary window film customers, and customers from the entire region, for many years. We only employ the installation professionals who have the right training and are at the top of their game.  

We understand the investment you made when you chose the double- or triple-pane windows. That is what sets us apart from the competition. We take great care in selecting the appropriate window film for your needs, advise you on the best films for the kind of windows you have, and follow through with having the highest standards of installation. You can speak to one of our professionals today for a consultation or estimate. As the Calgary window film experts, Tint Tech is a cut above the rest. Call today.

Canada Car Window Tinting Laws

Is It Legal to Tint My Front Windows and Windshield? We Have The Answers.

You are an upright and model citizen if you are trying to figure out whether tinting your front windows and windshield in the vehicle that you own is legal. Tint Tech is the tint specialist in Calgary, and so we make it our business to keep you informed about this aspect of tinting. After all, we don’t want you to get in trouble with the law and pay hefty fines. 

Benefits Of Car window Tinting

Window tinting, by Calgary’s Tint Tech (or some other window-tinting shop), has myriad benefits for your vehicle. Auto window tinting provides privacy for you and your passengers. Window tinting can dissuade would-be burglars because they cannot see what is inside your car. Window tints can also block out harmful UV rays to protect your skin and keep your car’s dashboard and upholstery from fading prematurely. Also, they can keep the interior of your car cooler by reducing the amount of sunlight, and thus the amount of heat that comes into the inside of your car. 

Of course, we cannot forget the most important reason for having tinted windows – because it looks awesome!  Nothing enhances the look of your car more than tinting the windows. Window tint provides the finishing touch to your prized sports car, or takes your normal sedan and gives it the sporty look you want.  

Even with a myriad of benefits, law enforcement does not look favorably upon window tinting. To state a bald face fact, they’d rather not have it at all. But why is that?  

Reasons Why Law Enforcement Officers Are Not Real Fans of Window Tinting

While it may seem unfair that police cars can have heavily tinted windows while the rest of us cannot, there are some legitimate law enforcement concerns surrounding window tint for regular cars on the road.  

1. First, virtually every time a police officer executes a car stop, the officer does not know what he or she is getting into. There have been cases where a low-risk, routine car stop, such as where the car was stopped for playing music too loud, turns into a deadly situation because the driver pulls a gun on the officer who approached the driver’s side window. Thus, being able to see the driver and his or her movements and body language through a clear window can help an officer who is making a stop.

2. Second, with the exponential increase in texting while driving, police officers prefer to be able to see the driver in order to properly issue a summons for texting while driving. 

3. Third, heavy tinting could dramatically decrease visibility when driving at night.  Therefore, law enforcement has a concern about public safety as well.

Recent Royal Canadian Mounted Police News Releases

Recently, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) put out a news release regarding window tinting. It warns motorists with regard to window tinting throughout Canada.

Specifically, in June 2018, the RCMP Traffic Services warned motorists that they should remove any aftermarket tint from their front-side windows or face a possible fine. Noting an uptick in distracted driving and seatbelt noncompliance, the RCMP states that tinted windows hamper the ability for police to “see-through front side windows to ensure drivers are wearing their seatbelt and are not using cell phones or texting while driving.”  

The warning also noted the safety issue with children and other pedestrians being unable to make eye contact with drivers at crosswalks, as well as a need to identify people who are driving erratically.

Are There Any Exemptions Or Exceptions?

Some states allow medical exemptions for window tinting. These exemptions allow the application of a film darker than that prescribed by the tint laws of the said province. However, in Canada, there are no such exemptions. Even if you have sensitive skin or a condition that aggravates due to exposure to sunlight, you still have to adhere to the tint laws.

So, Is It Legal to Have Tint On My Front Windows or Windshield?

The answer to that question depends on which province you are talking about. In Canada, window tint is regulated by Canada’s Motor Vehicle Law, as well as the laws for specific provinces. Below, we discuss Canada’s Motor Vehicle Law, and then the specific tinting laws in each province.   

Please note that when discussing the law in each province, we provide percentages. Those percentages represent “visible light transmission levels” (VLT). So, if the percentage of tint is 35% VLT, that means that 35% of visible light will pass through the window film.  

In simple terms, the lower the percentage, then the darker the tint. 5% VLT is very dark (as it only lets in 5% of visible light), whereas 70% film is very light (letting in 70% of visible light).  Interesting fact – most automakers slightly tint their glass, usually to about 80% VLT.

Canada’s Motor Vehicle Act

The Motor Vehicle Act provides that no tint (not even light tinting) is permitted on windshields below 75 mm from the top of the windshield. Moreover, no tint is permitted on the front side windows. Residents who travel frequently between provinces may be wise to install car tint that is legal in the majority of Canada’s provinces.    

Province by Province Break-up

  • Alberta

Windshield – no tint allowed

Front Side – no tint allowed

  • British Columbia

Windshield – tint can only go down 75 mm or 3 inches from the top of the windshield

Front Side – no tint allowed

  • Manitoba

Windshield – tint can only go down 127 mm or 5 inches from the top of the windshield with no less than 25% VLT.

Front Side – Must have more than 50% VLT

  • New Brunswick

Windshield – 70% VLT permissible.

Front Side – 70% VLT permissible

  • Newfoundland

Windshield – no tint allowed

Front Side – no tint allowed

  • NW Territories

Windshield – no tint allowed

Front Side – no tint allowed

  • Nova Scotia

Windshield – no tint allowed

Front Side – no tint allowed

  • Nunavut

Windshield – no tint allowed

Front Side – no tint allowed

  • Ontario

Windshield – no tint allowed

Front Side – no tint allowed

  • Prince Edward

Windshield – no tint allowed

Front Side – no tint allowed

  • Quebec

Windshield – tint can only go down 15 cm or 6 inches from the top of the windshield 

Front Side – Over 70% VLT permissible

  • Saskatchewan

Windshield – no tint allowed

Front Side – no tint allowed

  • Yukon

Windshield – no tint allowed

Front Side – no tint allowed

* Source is https://www.tinting-laws.com/canada/ (the site indicates that it is frequently updated, so be sure to consult this website to get the most up-to-date information on tint laws).

Penalties For Not Following The Rules

If you don’t follow the window tint laws of the province, it is considered an illegal act for which you can be fined. Typically, if your car is found to be non-compliant with the tint laws, you can expect a fine of $100 when caught by the police. In addition to that, you will have to remove the tint film, which is an additional expenditure. In case you still do not remove the tint, expect a fine of around $600.

At times, you may even be asked to take your vehicle off the road. It will remain unauthorized for driving until such time that an inspection deems it compliant for driving once again. Failure to comply may make you liable for a penalty in the range of $150 to $300 each time your fails the inspection.

How About Factory-Made Tinted Windows?

You did not get the window tint, but it was a factory provided by the car manufacturer. What happens in that case? Many cars have a factory-equipped window tint, and The Motor Vehicle Safety Act of Canada permits it if it has as much as 70% VLT.

You cannot call an aftermarket window tint legal if your state does not permit so. If you do apply it, be sure to follow the state regulations for the same.

Conclusion

In sum, window tint may be something you just have to have. Yet, penalties can be harsh, and law enforcement in Canada is not forgiving when it comes to illegal tint on car windows. So, be sure to consult the applicable laws before deciding to get window tint. But, once you have made the decision, and reviewed what the legal requirements are, be sure to talk to one of the window tint specialists at Calgary’s Tint Tech. We can be reached at 403-968-8468. At Tint Tech of Calgary, we ensure that we will do a perfect job the first time. Call today.

Windshield protection film

How Can You Bring Extra Joy to the Car or Truck You Love? Windshield Protection Film.

Do you drive a long way to work? Do you take the highway to work? Do you find that there are more rocks, debris, and small objects on the road than back in the day? Well, if you are worried about trucks and other cars kicking up something that will do some damage to your car’s paint job or windshield, you are not alone.  

We at Tint Tech know all too well how stressful it is to worry about small rocks and other debris hitting your car. In fact, we take great care with our customers who experience cracked windshields, scraped car paint, and minor dings and dents. We share in your frustration. However, there is an answer – particularly with regard to your windshield. The answer is a windshield protection film.  

Yes, that’s right. Not only is there an auto window tint and paint protection film for your car, but you can gain the comfort of knowing your windshield has extra protection from cracks and other issues with the window protection film. In fact, Calgary’s Tint Tech is one of the specialists in window protection film.  

What Is A Windshield Protection Film?

Windshield Protection is intended to give you a clear and unobstructed view of the road. It is a treatment for the front windshield. A film or an almost clear tint is applied to improve and strengthen the windshield glass. The benefit of the treatment is that it helps deflect propelled road debris better with little to no harm to the windshield.

Do I Really Need Windshield Protection Film? 

As a threshold matter, you may ask yourself whether window protection film in Calgary is worth the investment. It is true that with an everyday car, it is not that expensive to replace the windshield in the event of a crack due to an errant rock. Yet, the beauty of windshield protection film from Calgary experts Tint Tech is that you get peace of mind, knowing that you have extra insurance against the elements.

Moreover, if you have a luxury vehicle, sports car, or other exotic cars, then a windshield protection film is a terrific investment. When a windshield cracks on a higher-end luxury vehicle, or specialized sports car, then it is not just the minor inconvenience of a few hundred dollars to fix a windshield. Rather, it can be a lot more expensive, and you get the added stress of wondering whether the new windshield is as good as the original, or if the value of your car will be greatly diminished. 

Indeed, changing a windshield for a luxury vehicle or exotic car can involve some major cutting, pushing, and pulling on your car. Most owners of high-end vehicles would wince at the type of aggressive handling of a car in order to get the old windshield out and a new one in. Thus, window protection film installation by the Calgary professionals at Tint Tech is the right move.  

What Does Windshield Protection Film Do?

Windshield protection film, from manufacturers like ClearPlex or Lamin-x, is a strong, transparent skin that stretches over your windshield. It deflects and absorbs the impact of rocks and other debris at high speeds. With cracked windshields, it is usually rocks that are the worst offenders. So, the protective film gives that extra layer on your windshield that keeps rocks from doing lasting damage.  

The windshield protective film is almost entirely invisible. In fact, you really have to look closely to see that it is there. It certainly is not noticeable at all when you are in the driver’s seat focused on the road.  

Key Features Of Windshield Protection

When you get the windshield protection treatment done, here are a few key benefits that you will experience: 

1. Enhanced windshield strength so that more road debris can be deflected.
2. It repels more ice, snow, and water.
3. It lessens the glare during day and night, both.
4. It improves vision during adverse weather conditions and gives overall clarity.
5. It lowers the risk of chipping and cracking.
6. It allows in easy removal of dead insects stuck to the glass.

How Does Windshield Protection Film Do Its Thing?

Windshield protection film, as you would expect, is a far different material from regular glass. While your windshield is a hard, brittle glass, the windshield protection film material is strong, thin, and flexible. Yet, the material is actually harder than glass – truly amazing technology.  

When there is an impact on the film from something like a rock, the flexible surface distributes the force of the impact along the entire surface of the film. So, rather have the rock directly hit the glass, which takes all of the force at the point of impact, the film diffuses the impact over the entire surface. Diffusing the force of the rock typically eliminates any damage at the point of impact. 

Does Windshield Protection Film Impact My Car’s Value?

Windshield protection film installed by Calgary auto servicers like Tint Tech will actually help your car maintain its value. As we noted before, even if it is only a minor financial inconvenience to replace a windshield, a replacement will hurt the value of your car. That is true despite the quality of the installation of the new windshield. Accordingly, window protection film by Calgary pros Tint Tech will help you avoid damage to your windshield in the first place.  

Are There Any Other Benefits of Windshield Film?

In fact, windshield protection film has the tangential benefit of protecting your car from break-ins. One of the most common crimes you read about in small, suburban town police blotters is the overnight burglary of parked cars. With windshield protection film, it is that much harder for a would-be burglar to get into your car to take any valuables inside.  

Even if someone is able to smash the tempered glass, the protection film holds the glass pieces together. Thus, the burglar will have great difficulty getting into the vehicle because the protective layer is still covering the windshield area.  

In sum, there are a number of important benefits provided to you through the installation of window protection film. Whether you have an everyday car, or a luxury, sports, off-road, or exotic vehicle, the windshield protection film is a good investment.  

Is Windshield Protection Worth It?

A windshield protection film does not come for free, that’s for sure. So you would obviously want to know whether its really worth the trouble when your windshield is already covered under insurance. Well, here’s the thing:

1. With each claim, your insurance premium is bound to increase. When you can prevent that from happening with a film application, why not do it? It will make your windshield more resilient and reduce the number of such claims.

2. Any windshield replacement means that your car or truck will be in the workshop, for that duration, you may have to suffer the inconvenience of public transport. 

Windshield protection costs less as compared to the allied expenditure you may have to bear if you don’t get it done. If your state has no rules against the application of protection film on the windshield, you should go for it.   

Tint Tech, the Calgary Windshield Protection Film Specialists Are Ready To Help You

We at Tint Tech welcome you to call us and discuss the pros and cons of windshield protection film for your car or truck. One of our auto glass film professionals will be happy to answer your questions and schedule a time for you to come in for a windshield protection film appointment. Remember, at Tint Tech, the Calgary protection film specialists, we combine high performance and outstanding technology. We also ensure outstanding customer service. We are not happy until you are happy with your windshield protection film. Call today for more information at 1-403-968-8468.