AUTO WINDOW TINTING
EL PASO, TX
TINT PACKAGES • WARRANTY • EXPERT INSTALLATION
THE EXPERTS OF WINDOW TINT
Dark and Loud is the leading window tint shop in El Paso, Texas. If you want car window tinting done right, leave it to the pros at Dark and Loud - the #1 Window Tinting shop in El Paso.
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What is Window Tint?
We spend half of the time commuting every day, so why not drive comfortably? It’s crucial to maintain your interior from cracking or fading, giving it more durability against harmful UV Rays Protection. Most of the time, we sit in traffic, covering up from the sun with anything we can find. Texas weather can get pretty hot during summer, and there is one reason you should consider window film. Giving it a whole different appearance changes the look of your vehicle. Not having a privacy shade can be a concern, especially in high theft dangerous cities. The chances of someone breaking into your car are very minimal with a privacy tint. Not the mentioned, in case of an accident, the film will help the glass keep in place. These are the advantages why you should go with window film.
BENEFITS OF WINDOW TINT
Uv Ray Proctection
Most people overlook the fact that your skin can suffer sun damage from inside your car. But window tints can block up to 99% of the sun’s UV rays for added protection while you drive.
Preserving your interior
UV rays don’t just damage your skin. They also make your seats and dashboard fade and crack. Tinted windows can preserve these materials & extend the life of your car’s interior.
A window tint is a film that sticks to the window and has the tendency to hold broken glass together in the event of an accident, thus preventing dangerous shards from flying around.
Window tints allow you to look out while making it harder for others to see in. That makes it more difficult for anyone to see valuables left inside.
Choosing film can often be a little confusing especially if you are new to the world of automotive film. Window film is measured in percentages. The lower the percent, the darker the film. The higher the percentage the lighter the film is. The percentage is the amount of visible light that is entering the vehicle. For example 5% (limo tint) is a very dark film because it is only allows 5% of the visible light through it. Most crossovers, S.U.V’s, and trucks have factory tint on the back that are either 20% or 15%. So what film is best for you? Well that is a personal choice. Everyone gets window tint for different reasons. What brand of film should you get? There are a lot of good films out there and a lot of bad films. Our best advice is to do some research. This can be done with google search. Often forums are a good place to start to get other consumer testimonies or opinions. Good window film manufactures offer a lifetime warranty against bubbling, peeling, fading and turning purple. Choosing the film is only half the battle. Just as important as the film, the installation process is just as important. Make sure you find a reputable shop that you feel comfortable with.