Frequently Asked Questions
Ultraviolet (UV) light is responsible for much of the long-term fading and damage to household items; paintings, photographs and your furniture are all vulnerable to UV rays. Our home window tint film can protect some of your most valuable possessions with UV protection anti-fading qualities. We're proud to say that Dynamo Stadium has used our UV film, as well as numerous HEB’s and retailers!
The excessive brightness of the sun can make your home or work environment very uncomfortable, and can cause a number of health issues, ranging from headaches caused by sun glare to eye and skin problems caused by harmful UV rays. Our tinted window films block up to 99% of UV rays as well as reduce the excess visible light. These tinted window films come in a variety of grades and finishes to ensure that you get the ideal amount of light in your home or office.
The darker you go, the more heat rejection you get. Darker tints reduce the most glare. If you're looking for privacy than a darker shade is best. Now lighter films are usually installed to keep a home bright while reducing the heat. Take a look at our window films here.
Absolutely! Just think of it like wearing a pair of sunglasses. You can see outside but no one can look inside your home.
No. There are tints that are poorly made which will fade and turn purple very quickly. Those films do not reject heat and are usually sold very cheaply. Now quality tints are fade resistant and block out the most heat. At All Glass Tint, we only offer top tier window films because they last longer and look better!
Window tint is installed on the inside of windows. We don't install window tint on the outside of windows because the manufacture doesn't warranty it.
No! That is what separates professionals from amateurs. Our technicians are properly trained to tint windows at the highest level in our industry.
You can get a free quote over the phone by sending us the sizes of your windows online. The second method is scheduling a consultation with our representative to measure your windows. To get started fill out our form here.
You can clean your window tint with mild soapy water and a soft lint-free cloth. We recommend using water and Dawn soap in a spray bottle. It's safe on the environment and animals. Do not use abrasive cleaners or products like Windex that have ammonia.