While window tinting has always been an option for vehicles and homeowners, now is a great time to look into it because of all the technological advances that have been made in the window tint world.
Once upon a time, there were only one or two types of tint to choose from. Now, you can have Window Tinting by TGC done on your car or home windows with any number of types of tint. Here are some of the recent advances that have made window tint even more effective.
Non-metalized Tints Do Away With Annoying Signal Interference.
Many of the earliest forms of window tinting were created with metalized films that created signal interference in your car. That used to mean that some radio stations wouldn’t work, but with the birth of the cell phone and the GPS, it now means that these products will be practically useless inside of a vehicle that uses metalized tint.
However, many of today’s tints no longer use metal and rely on ceramics instead, which don’t cause signal interference.
Ceramic Tints Provide You With Drastically Improved Clarity.
Windows that are darkened with older types of tint can be very difficult to see through.
They block out the sun and the UV rays trying to make their way into your vehicle or home, but they also make it hard for you to see out of them.
The latest ceramic tints do away with this problem.
They block 99 percent of the UV rays trying to make their way through your window, but they also allow up to 50 percent of natural light through.
Crystalline Tints Allow You to Tint Windows Without Darkening Them.
These days, you don’t even need to tint your windows to get the protection that you need. The latest crystalline tints can block UV rays and provide the heat reduction that you are looking for from a good tint, but they create no noticeable tint on your vehicle or residential windows. People will not be able to tell that you tinted them.