Tinted Windows, an Auto Accessory with Many Safety Benefits
We know at Tint Professor, that people don’t describe their vehicle in terms of cubic feet or cargo space. You use words like fun, sporty or classy. We know from year’s of experience that you choose your vehicle to be a reflection of your own personality. The same goes when it comes to window tinting.
At Tint Professor, using our high performance films we can give you the automotive technology to do just that along with excellent customer service. Whether you’re looking for dark and mysterious, conservative and classy or cool and sophisticated. Together, we can give you the design and the distinctive look and curb appeal that begs to be noticed.
Window film is an amazing product and offers many needs and benefits:-
Tinting your car windows preserves resale value and raises “curb appeal”.
Automotive Window Tint: it looks great and makes sound economic sense.
* Protection – Protect your vehicle upholstery from damaging sun and ultraviolet rays.
* Comfort – Helps reduce hot spots and Glare. Keeps your vehicle cooler in the summer
and warmer in the winter.
* Privacy – Give your family the privacy and security they deserve. Help block out
unwanted people from seeing inside.
* Glare Reduction – Reduce annoying glare, resulting in more comfort for you and your passengers.
* Safety – Protect yourself and your vehicle. Holds tempered glass together!
* Resale – Add resale to your vehicle. (Even on lease cars!)
* Reduce Energy – Extend HVAC Life – Reduce demand on Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioner.
* Appearance – Aesthetic Enhancement – Drastically enhance the look of your vehicle. Give it a sleek and stylish appearance.
* Security – Prevent theft in a smash-and-grab situation.
Feel exposed and vulnerable to prying eyes while driving around in your own personal fish bowl? In your own home you seek privacy and security by closing the blinds, why not have that same security while travelling inside your own vehicle.
Applying window film not only gives you privacy, it adds strength and safety to tempered glass windows.
Our scratch resistant films ensure your complete satisfaction and comfort year after year. To prove it, all our films are backed by a life-time warranty which covers bubbling, peeling, delaminating, adhesive failure and discoloration.
The Finest Selection
Our films are available in a variety of shades with different light transmission levels to satisfy local tint laws.
Skin Cancer Foundation:
Do You Know…?
Year-round sun protection is important. The sun can penetrate through automobile and residential windows.
It can damage your eyes, contributing to cataracts, macular degeneration, and eyelid cancers. Recently, to combat these hidden dangers, The Skin Cancer Foundation, expanded its Seal of Recommendation program.
Now, in recognition of the need for extra forms of sun protection, several other types of products have been awarded the Seal as well, including . . . a UV- protective automobile window film.
Babies’ skin is extremely sensitive and can burn easily. In fact, babies under 6 months of age should be kept out of the sun.
More teenagers and young adults are being diagnosed with skin cancer than ever before. This includes a rise in the deadliest form of skin cancer – melanoma.
American Academy of Dermatology:
Tinting automobile glass is an option that allows 3.8 times less UVA light to be transmitted to the interior of the car as compared to untinted window glass. In a 2004 study of UV transmission and color tint, grey tinted laminated glass provided the highest UV protection with only 0.9 percent of UVA light transmitted versus 62.8
percent transmitted through non-laminated clear glass. People who are considering tinting their windows should take their car to a professional auto detailing shop, in order to ensure that the tinting meets the federally mandated 70 percent of minimum visible light transmittance through the windshield.
Contact: Tint Professor
1702 Douglas Blvd
Roseville, CA 95661
Your Authority on Window Tinting in the Greater Sacramento Area