This Ford Transit stays full with passengers daily, so window tint was an absolutely must for their comfort. Commercial auto windows are no different than private vehicles when it comes to window tinting — it’s just that usually there is a lot more surface to tint. Because of all that window surface, commercial auto window tinting work can be a challenge because it means more opportunity for error.
The owner of the van, Sonia, decided on 5-percent shade on the back windows to keep the maximum amount of light and heat from coming in. The 5 percent means the tint is supposed to allow just that amount of light through. The video below includes great before and after looks at the window tinting before the Window Tintz team began, and after.
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The End Result
Notice, above, how Sonia chose to leave less shading on the front side windows nearest the driver and front passenger. This is pretty typical for car window tint jobs, to allow more visibility out of the vehicle especially for the driver. While the same tint shade might look pretty cool on all the windows, most car owners opt to let a little more light in through the windshield and front side windows, all in the name of driving safety.
The rear-view shot above gives a good indication of how deep and dark this particular shade of window tint film really is — providing protection from the sun’s rays for passengers, while also reducing heat in the car’s interior. Long-term this will save Sonia money because she won’t have to run the air conditioning system as much, reducing energy consumption. For commercial vehicle owners, this is a key element as it involves cutting costs, which contributes ultimately to the bottom line. Window tinting can be considered a wise investment for businesses.