Huper Optik window film is not the lowest priced automotive window tint product on the market; in fact, many brands offer tints for much lower rates, and an initial side-by-side comparison of the costs associated with using Huper Optik window film or another company’s products may make the latter seem more enticing. But keep this in mind: with most vehicle window tint, your investment represents a diminishing return as the quality of the film fades over the years, both in terms of appearance and function. With Huper Optik automatic window tint, you are guaranteed to get window film that will last for as long as you own your vehicle with zero perceptible reduction in quality and that comes backed by an ironclad warranty, just to be sure.
The costs associated with an automotive window tint installation using Huper Optik products varies based on the type of vehicle, the amount of windows to be treated (some states prohibit front windshield tinting, for example, while others limit tinting only to rear passenger panes), and the specific type of tint you wish to have installed. The price of Huper Optik tint for average sedan, however, is usually around $500 to $600.
A windshield alone may cost around $200. Specialized custom jobs will increase the costs, while often incentives or multi car installations (such as might be wanted for a livery service) can greatly reduce the overall price of automotive window tint installation.
When you think of the potential cost savings Huper Optik window tint offers, however, you will see the installation as an investment, not an expense. These window films can prevent the sun from fading and cracking upholstery and dashboards, saving you money on repairs and refurbishing work, they can lower your fuel consumption by reducing the need for air conditioning systems be keeping the inheritor cooler, and they can increase the resale value of your car later, helping you directly recoup costs.