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Step 1 of 3: Select the windows you want to tint


When choosing to tint your vehicle's windows, there are several options available depending on your needs and preferences. Here's a breakdown of the different choices:

All Windows: Tinting all windows provides a uniform look and maximum privacy and UV protection. It's a popular choice for those who want a consistent appearance and the full benefits of window tinting. This package includes all precut tint for your vehicle except for the front windshield and sunroof.

Front Doors: Tinting just the front door windows can reduce glare and heat in the driver's and front passenger's area. It's a good option if you want to keep the front of the car cooler without changing the appearance of the entire vehicle. This package includes both of your front doors and any port windows that are on your front doors.

Back Doors: Tinting the back door windows is often chosen for privacy and protection for rear passengers. It's a common choice for families with children or for those who carry valuable items in the backseat. This package includes both of your back doors and any port windows that are on your back doors.

Rear Window Only: Tinting only the rear window can provide privacy for the trunk area and reduce heat and glare coming from the back of the car. It's a good option if the primary concern is protecting cargo or reducing rear glare. This package includes just the rear window in the back of your car.

Windshield: Tinting the windshield can significantly reduce glare and UV exposure for the driver. However, it's important to check local laws, as many places have restrictions on how dark the tint can be on the windshield. This package includes uncut film for your front windshield.

Sides Only: Tinting just the side windows can provide privacy and UV protection for passengers without altering the car's rear visibility. It's a suitable option for those who want to maintain clear visibility through the rear window. This package will include both front doors, both back doors, any side port windows, and any side cargo windows (SUV and Wagon).

Back 2/3rds: Tinting the back two-thirds of the car, including the rear side windows and the rear window, offers a balance between privacy, UV protection, and maintaining some visibility through the front windows. This package will include your back doors, back port windows, cargo sides, and rear window.

Sunstrip: A sunstrip is a narrow strip of tint applied to the top of the windshield. It helps reduce glare from the sun without significantly impacting visibility. It's a good choice for those who want a minimalistic approach to tinting. This package will include a sunstrip that covers the top part of your windshield.

Sunroof: Tinting the sunroof can reduce heat and glare from above. It's an option for those who want to enjoy their sunroof without the full intensity of the sun. This package will cover your sunroof only.

When choosing a tinting option, consider your primary goals, such as privacy, UV protection, glare reduction, or aesthetics. It's also important to check local regulations, as laws regarding window tinting vary by location. Consulting with a professional window tinting service can help you make an informed decision based on your specific needs and legal requirements.