Best 30 Car Window Tinting in Punta Gorda, Florida with Reviews - YP.com

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10/31/2012
By: shariv
GlassMaster Window Tinting
When Thomas from Glassmaster Window Tinting tinted my old '95 Lexus 3 years ago, I felt like I had a brand new car it looked so good! This year when I got my new car, he was the first person I called and I couldn't wait to have him tint it. He does the best job. I have recommended him to all of my friends and family. Since that first car he has tinted my house, and my new car. One year for Christmas I gave my parents a gift certifcate for their car too, what an easy gift that was and they loved it! Then the next year he tinted their new RV. I would never use anyone else, he is truly the best there is in Port Charlotte!
Tips & Advices
Window tint film is typically applied to the inside of your car window. The film is first laid across the outside of the car window, and it's cut to fit the window's dimensions. Then the trimmed piece of tint film is installed on the inside of the car window.
Tinted windows offer several benefits. They can reduce the amount of heat in a car's cabin by as much as 50 percent, and this can lighten your fuel bill by making you less reliant on air conditioning in hot weather. Tinted windows block UV light, and this can protect drivers and passengers  from sunburn and skin cancer. Also, tinted windows protect the components of a car's cabin from being faded by the sun.
Ceramic tint is a type of film used to darken windows. Ceramic tint is a high-quality product, and it's typically the most expensive type of film tint on the market. This type of tint contains a ceramic particle that nonconductive and nonmetallic, and it can reduce solar heat within your car's cabin by as much as 50 percent.
A limo tint is one of the darkest tints available on the market. A limo tint has a VLT of just 5 percent. This means that the tint allows just 5 percent of exterior light to enter the car's cabin. A limo tint on the front side windows is illegal in all states except Michigan.
Window tinting percentages refer to the amount of light that a tint allows into a vehicle's cabin. This is known as the tint's visible light transference, or VLT. The higher the VLT, the lighter the tint of the window. For example, a window with a VLT of 30 percent would be much darker than a window with a VLT of 70 percent.

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