This Range Rover rolled up with a factory tint in the rear windows — most new cars come from dealerships with tinted windows however minimal the level of protection. We got to work and made the rear and front side windows darker by applying a 15-percent shade. The front windshield has a 50-percent shade installed. The 50 percent means only half the light will be allowed to penetrate into the car’s interior. The window tint film used was LLumar CTX Nano Ceramic, a very high-quality film that not only provides protection but interferes less with wireless or radio waves such as those used for satellite radio or keyless entry. If you have a lot of newfangled gadgets in your car, a ceramic window tint film is recommended.
Aside from the high-quality film, Window Tintz provides experienced technicians to ensure the installation is perfect and long-lasting. We offer a lifetime warranty. See this video for the technicians’ attention to detail, and the end product:
This first photo gives you something to compare. Notice how clearly you can see right through the front door window. It’s not like that now.
Once our technicians were done, the Range Rover has a nice, deep and dark tint shade on all the side windows, providing protection from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays (UV rays) that are known to cause skin cancer and other health problems.
The darkened tinted windows also improve the exterior of the vehicle, giving it a more sporty, stylish look. It goes pretty well with the modernistic grill of this model.
Now there’s a lot more privacy for the rear areas of the Range Rover. This client selected a nice shade tint for the back, providing a lot of privacy and protection. Also notice the reflective quality, which when bouncing back lights provides a bit more “bling” to the exterior appearance.