Updated: Feb 25
Well, that is a great question. When choosing your best option for installing window film on your car, what is the largest factor in your decision making? If you are looking for the best price, then you are certain to find it. $99 car tinting is available in every major city in America. One question would be. Is it a great value? Do I trust the shop to do they're best on my car? Do I believe that this company will honor the warranty? How long has this company been in business? Is this process going to be convenient to me? So many questions. So, if you have a old jalopy car that you are not going to keep very long. Then, yes, give me the cheapest inexpensive film you have. And, of course, if you trust the company to not damage car to much and make the tint look good enough. Then, why not?
But, if you are looking to receive a tint that will keep out lots of heat, glare and ultra-violet rays. Then, you need to go with a ceramic window film. These new ceramic tints not only keep out lots of heat and glare, but they reject tons of infrared rays. This is the part of the sun's rays that you feel the heat on your skin. With ceramic tinting, it is not necessary to go with a dark film to achieve the heat rejection. You can go with a light film and get more heat rejection than you could with the darkest of conventional dyed films. So to sum it up, if you are looking for a cool look to your car and only want to enhance to look of the auto. Then, maybe the inexpensive, cheaper priced dyed film is for you. If you are looking to not only get that cool new look to your valuable car, but reject heat. Go with the more costly ceramic, you won't regret it. You can feel the difference!