When purchasing window tint Florida services for your car, it’s important that you know exactly what it is that you’re looking for before you head down to your installation expert. That’s why today we want to cover a few of these points so that you can be ready to answer any questions on installation day!
5 Considerations When Getting Window Tint Florida Services
1. What is Your Budget?
The most important thing you need to consider when you make an appointment to get your vehicle windows tinted is your budget! What type of budget are you working with? Does that budget allow you to get a quality window tinting job done or does it require you to cut corners? Can you afford to get the type of window tint that you want to get?
Obviously, it’s important to stay within your budget, you never want to overstretch your finances. If you aren’t sure what type of cost you are looking at for window tinting, call your installation company and ask for general pricing information. This will give you a ballpark figure so that you can plan ahead.
Does your budget allow for you to get the quality window tinting or are you cutting corners and going with a less than reputable installer or a subpar type of tint? If you find yourself in either of these situations we always recommend waiting a little longer to get your windows tinted so that you can save for a top quality install job instead!
Can you afford to get the type of window tint that you want to get? If you really want the top of the line window tint with all the “bells and whistles” can your budget comfortably afford it? If not and you’re settling for something less than what you want, wait a little while longer until you can afford the option you prefer or you’ll end up regretting it.
2. Why Are You Getting Your Windows Tinted?
Consider why you are getting your windows tinted. Why you are getting your windows tinted is an important factor in determining what type of window tint you should get since different tints offer different benefits.
Here at Orlando Flying Window Tinting, we specialize in Llumar tints and have three categories of tint available. Each of these categories has its own benefits and will help you to determine which is best for your needs.
Our dyed window tints are our most affordable tinting option and they provide the basic anti-glare and privacy characteristics that most car owners are looking for when they tint their car windows.
Our Metallized window tints offer the anti-glare and privacy options of our dyed window tints but they also provide climate control. This is our most popular window tint option here in Florida because it reduces the wear and tear on your car’s AC system and keeps your car much cooler even when your engine is off!
Lastly, our ceramic window tint is our top of the line window tinting option, it offers all of the benefits of our other window tints but it also utilizes nano-technology to prevent signal interference with your digital devices.
3. What Are Your State Laws in Regard to Car Window Tinting?
If you are getting your car windows tinted in a state other than your home state make sure that you know the laws in your home state as they pertain to window tinting. Each state has their own laws pertaining to window tinting and these laws stipulate what tint percentage is permitted in that state. If you are getting your windows tinted in another state make sure that your installer is aware of the laws in your home state so that your window tint is legal when you return home.
Don’t expect a window tint installer in Florida to know the laws in New York, it’s your job to ensure that your tint is legal in your state!
4. Do You Already Have Tint on Your Windows?
If your car already has window tint film installed that film will need to be removed before any new tint film can be applied. You should always have a professional tint installer remove your old tint for you to ensure that it’s done correctly. There is a small charge for the removal of old tint, but it’s worth the cost to have it done quickly and effectively without damaging your car windows or rear defroster.
It is also possible to apply tint film to factory tinted windows HOWEVER this results in a darker tint which may not be legal in all states! If you have factory tinted windows and want to darken your tint by adding tint film it’s best to pay your installer a visit to discuss your needs.
5. Where Do You Want Tinted?
Yes, we know you want your windows tinted but which windows and what percentage of tint do you want on those windows? For example, some vehicle owners decide not to tint their windshield because they are afraid that it will interfere with their ability to see while driving. These drivers wind up getting only the remaining windows of their car tinted. This isn’t necessary when you use a high-quality window tint installation company. When installed properly and with the right degree of tint, it’s perfectly safe to tint your windshield as well as your other windows. Still concerned? You can opt to have a clear UV tint on your windshield and tint the rest of your windows with a darker tint. It’s all up to you (and your state law of course!) so many sure that you put some thought into what you want before you make your window tinting appointment!
Need Window Tint Florida Services Now?
If you’re in the Orlando area and you need window tint services for your car just drop on by to see us here at Orlando Flying Window Tinting, better still, call ahead by dialing 407-247-1235. Calling ahead will ensure that you don’t have to wait for your installation while we service other guests and it will also ensure that we have what we need in stock to get your job completed right then!