Our client Richard brought his brand new 2017 Ford Explorer straight from the dealership to Window Tintz. It already brought a factory tint on the rear but they only provide some privacy, not the major qualities of rejecting ultraviolet rays or heat. That’s why we applied LLumar ATC Enhanced Style, with 30-percent shade on the front and rear. We also installed the LLumar Air 80 clear window film in the front windshield.
Of the three categories for LLumar car window tint products, the ATC Enhanced Style is geared toward providing value and an excellent exterior appearance, as well as dyed color technology to avoid discoloring over time. The ATC offers plenty of protection: an estimated 34 heat rejection for this shading, and more than 99-percent protection from harmful ultraviolet rays (UV rays).
While the LLumar Air 80 is a clear window film, it packs a punch in the heat-rejection arena. The ceramic technology film rejects 43 percent of solar heat, and blocks nearly all UV rays. A side benefit comes from the ceramic element: it allows wireless or radio signals to pass through more easily, good news for use of technology like satellite radio or keyless entry.
Let’s take a look at the window tint project:
Wow, the 2017 Ford Explorer sure has an impactful grill and front appearance. There’s nothing to indicate timidity with this full-size sport utility vehicle (SUV). The window tint shades selected are not the darkest, with the 30 percent meaning that much light will be allowed to penetrate inside.
Rolling off the lot, the Ford Explorer looks better from an exterior perspective, with the darker windows contrasting nicely with the bright white new paint job. White paint keeps cars cooler, but now this Explorer will be cooler inside thanks to the sun-blocking qualities of the LLumar film.