Applied correctly, the right film for a surface will dramatically reduce glare, prevent heat build-up and the reflection of UV rays. Applied incorrectly, and you will experience unnecessary glare, heat build-up and a diminished return on your investment.
When choosing a window tinting company, ask about previous work completed on similar jobs, the number of years the company has been in business and query quality assurance processes. Window tinting needs to be conducted in a dust free environment and by someone who has expertise across a range of films. Be wary of those that offer “too good to be true” prices for tinting services – are you getting the apprentice who has never tinting anything before or someone who is applying an imitation film imported from China? Go in knowing that cheaper isn’t always best. Ask for testimonials and if in doubt, ask for images of work recently completed. A competent, confident window tinting company should have all of this on hand and if they’re good at what they do, they will be only too happy to provide you with the proof.