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Tempe Window tinting solution specializes in window tinting in Tempe, AZ. We are here for all your window tinting needs including Residential window tinting, commercial window tinting, automotive window tinting and mobile window tinting. That is right we will come to you! Would you like to have your Windows tinted while you are at work? Having a lazy Sunday and don’t want your car to leave your drive way? Call or request a quote and we will come tint you vehicle windows on the spot.

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Requesting a quote now ensures your windows will be handled by true professional. There is no reason to try and tint your own windows, 90% of our customers have. Get your windows tinted right the first time and contact Tempe window tinting solution today.

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For most of us our vehicle, home or business is our prize possession and one of our biggest investments. So why settle for a sub-par Tempe window tinting company? Get a no obligation quote on your window tinting job and experience what real quality service should feel like.

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Whatever your reason for wanting Tempe Window Tinting on your car, truck, or another passenger vehicle, you should get familiar with laws that regulate vehicle window tinting, as well as exemptions from those laws. Here you will find basic information on window tinting laws, “medical necessity” exemptions, and more.

Tempe, Arizona Window Tint Laws

Vehicle window tinting is almost always regulated under state law, and the applicable statutes can usually be found in a state’s vehicle or traffic code.

Your state’s vehicle code may consider “window tinting” to include:

  • Heat-shrinking a tinted sheet of film to a vehicle’s windshield or window, usually on the inside surface of the glass. This is usually done “after-market.”
  • “Shade bands,” usually meaning a thin, horizontal strip of tint at the top of a vehicle’s windshield, where it meets the vehicle roof.
  • Sunscreen devices that are temporarily affixed to the inside surface of a vehicle’s windshield, side windows, or rear window (i.e. a plastic shade device on a passenger side window, held in place with suction cups).

Most state laws on vehicle window tinting are concerned mainly with the levels of “light transmittance” or “luminous reflectance” that the vehicle’s safety glass allows — meaning how much light can get through and how much visibility the glass allows.

So, if the windows on a vehicle are tinted to such a degree that the amount of light that can come through is below the amount identified under state law (i.e. 75% light transmittance), then the vehicle does not comply with the state’s vehicle code, and the vehicle’s owner will be issued a citation. Many state vehicle codes contain different light transmittance requirements for the vehicle’s front windshield when compared with standards for the vehicle’s side and rear windows.

Finally, most state vehicle codes specify that no vehicle windshield or window may contain opaque or mirrored material, or “one-way” glass.

What Types of Car Window Tint Are Out there And What Kind Should I get?

Tinting your windows has many benefits. It can keep your car cool, protect your skin and your interior. It gives you added privacy and protection and it can make your car look great. When considering tinting your windows on your vehicle there are a few options to go over. There are 4 main types of tint and each type has up sides and down sides as I will cover below.

Dyed window tint

A dyed tint is applied by using an adhesive layer and then covering that with a protective top coating. This is a non-reflective tint and can be as dark as 5%

Upsides

  • Dyed film can achieve the darkest effect
  • It will protect the interior of your vehicle from fading
  • It reduces glare
  • It is the most inexpensive tint

Downsides

  • It is easy to mess up due to the complicated process
  • It has a low heat rejection rating
  • It turns purple when faded
  • Prone to bubbling

Metallic car window tint

Metallic car window tint is composed of many layers. These layers all offer different types of protection such as UV protection, heat rejection, and scratch protection. Since it is made from metal it is a reflective material.

Upsides

  • It reflects heat very well and will keep your car cooler
  • It protects you from UV rays
  • It does not fade or turn purple over time
  • It is more durable than dyed films

Downsides

  • Since it is metallic it can interfere with radio signals. This can cause you to have bad cell service in your vehicle and reduce the range on your clicker
  • It is more expensive than dyed films

Hybrid Tint

Hybrid tinting films bring together the best of both worlds. It combines the steps of dyed film with an added metallic layer. It is less reflective than metallic tint since it has less metal content, but still has some shine.

Upsides

  • It has a high heat rejection rating
  • It will protect you from UV rays
  • It is very durable
  • It does not interfere with radio waves
  • It is cheaper than full metallic tint

Downsides

  • More expensive than dyed tinting films

Tempe Ceramic Window Tint

This is the newest option available on the market and is made from a nano-ceramic layer with a protective top coat.

Upsides

  • The most effective tint at rejecting heat with a heat rejection rating as high as 80%
  • Effective at blocking 99% of UV rays
  • It does not fade like dyed films
  • It does not interfere with radio signals from your cellphone or radio
  • It is extremely durable

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