Our Tinting Process: Customization, Expertise, and Quality
- Personalized Solutions: We start by understanding your specific needs for tinting, allowing us to tailor the service for maximum comfort and visual appeal.
- Versatility Across Vehicle Types: Our skilled technicians are proficient in tinting an array of vehicle makes and models.
- Premium Films: We employ only top-grade films for enduring quality and visual elegance.
- Efficient yet Quality Service: Our technicians perform their tasks quickly without sacrificing quality.
- Quality Assurance: Each job undergoes a thorough quality check before your car leaves our facility.
- Budget: We ensure that our solutions fit your budget requirements.
We exclusively utilize top-quality tint films from industry-leading brands like 3M and Llumar FormulaOne, including advanced options like ceramic window film, ensuring exceptional heat rejection and UV protection. This ensures longevity and an aesthetic, refined appearance for your vehicle, all while attaining the benefits of the renowned quality and performance associated with these top brands.
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Additional Services: Paint Protection Film
In addition to our specialized window tinting services, we proudly offer advanced Paint Protection Film (PPF) as an added layer of security for your vehicle’s exterior.
Why Choose PPF?
- Enhanced Scratch Resistance: This innovative film fortifies your car against minor abrasions and scratches, keeping the paint job pristine.
- Environmental Safeguard: PPF acts as a resilient barrier against corrosive elements like bird droppings and tree sap that can degrade your vehicle’s exterior.
- UV Ray Defense: Just as our window tints protect your car’s interior from harmful UV rays, our PPF ensures that your exterior remains resistant to UV-induced fading and oxidation.
- Resale Value Retention: The protective benefits of PPF contribute to maintaining—and potentially enhancing—your vehicle’s resale value.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the law for tinting my vehicle in Georgia?
- The percent of visible light allowed through your car windows is called VLT: Visible Light Transmission.
- The percentage of light allowed through your film and glass in Georgia is very specific and different for sedans, SUVs, and vans.
- Tint darkness for sedans: Windshield: Non-reflective tint is allowed on the top 6 inches of the windshield. Front Side windows: Must allow more than 32% of light in. Back Side windows: Must allow more than 32% of light in. Rear Window: Must allow more than 32% of light in.
- Tint darkness for SUVs and vans: Windshield: Non-reflective tint is allowed on the top 6 inches of the windshield. Front Side windows: Must allow more than 32% of light in. Back Side windows: Any darkness can be used. Rear Window: Any darkness can be used.
Read more in our Georgia Tinting Laws Guide.
What are the different types of window tinting films available?
- There are several types of window tint films available, including dyed, metalized, carbon, and ceramic films. Each type offers different benefits, such as heat rejection, UV protection, and durability. Your choice will depend on your preferences and needs. Don’t know which film you’re looking for? Our team is happy to help.
Do you offer different shades of window tinting?
- Yes, The Tint Guy offers a selection of VLT percentages. From 5% dark to 90% clear, we can meet a wide range of personal preferences and can help walk you through the process. No matter what shade you decide to go with, our high-quality films are designed to enhance your view by allowing visible light into your vehicle while keeping heat out, so you can see clearly through your windows — and maintain your vehicle’s original appearance. A high-quality automotive window film can change the appearance of your windows but it doesn’t have to.
Will window tinting interfere with my car's electronics, like GPS or radio signals?
- Professionally installed window tint from The Tint Guy will not interfere with GPS or radio signals. We only offer high-quality film options that are designed not to obstruct electronic signals.
Can I have tint installed over the factory-tinted glass?
- Yes, you can. We can install window film directly on the factory tinted glass making it darker. The factory-tinted glass is a pigment in the glass giving its color. Aftermarket window film has many more solar benefits than factory window tint. Factory tint only rejects part of the UV rays, and only rejects a small amount of heat. Aftermarket window film rejects 99% of ultraviolet rays and between 35%-60% of heat, depending on the film level used. In addition to these benefits, darkening factory-tinted glass will give you more privacy for storing your personal items in the back of the vehicle.