If you want to learn more about our service, read the window tinting faqs below.

We apply the film to the inside of the window

All our film comes with a lifetime guarantee. In the unlikely event your film peels or bubbles, just contact us for a replacement.

We stock all the shades of window film available. In our unit, we have samples of different shades of tint. Our highly trained, experienced staff can assist you in choosing the right shade for your car.

No matter what shade you choose the price will be the same. Our prices are based vehicle size/model.

No, your windows will look perfect for as long as you own your vehicle.

As every car is different the length of time it takes to tint each car varies. Please call us with the make and model of your car and we’ll be able to give you an estimate.

No, but we do need to know if you think your vehicle has been tinted before, or you’ve tried to tint it yourself. This can leave transparent adhesive on the windows which can incur additional costs, as we’ll need to clean and remove it ready for your new installation.

We cover all our installations with a lifetime warranty.

We accept cash or we have a card reader that takes a chip, swipe or contactless payment from all major debit and credit cards.

The window film takes approximately 48 hours to cure (dry). We highly recommend you do not open your car windows for 48 hours.

There are no rules for tinting the rear windscreen or rear passenger windows of your car. Therefore, you can have them tinted as dark as you like.

The front side windows must let at least 70% of light through. Please contact us for more information.

You can clean your windows with any window cleaner providing it’s not ammonia based, with a non-abrasive cloth. We recommend using a specialised car window cleaner with a microfibre cloth.

No. We use the highest quality window tinting films on the market, and we tint all windows right to the edges. It’ll look just like a factory tint straight from the manufacturer.

No, the film does not affect the element. On rare occasions, on cars with prominent heater lines, you may experience a mildly distorted view through the rear screen. This is perfectly normal.