An automotive window film can redefine the look of any vehicle, but also add UV protection, heat control, glare reduction, and additional privacy. With its wide array of benefits and sharp appearance, automotive window films are an economical way to improve the performance and look of your vehicle.
When you’re outside in the sun, you typically take measures to protect your skin with sunscreen and clothing that covers your skin. Did you know that when you drive, you are just as exposed to the sun’s harmful UV rays as you are outside! Skin cancers are most prevalent on the left side of people in the US due to the constant exposure when driving! By adding an automotive window film to your vehicle, you will be reducing exposure to harmful UV rays by up to 99.9%.
Do you hate getting into your car on a hot sunny day? Automotive window films can reject up to 60% of solar energy coming in through your windows. This leads to cooler, more evenly controlled temperatures and faster cool downs once the air conditioning is turned on. Nobody enjoys a hot and steamy car on a hot summer’s day so consider an automotive window film to keep your vehicle cool and comfortable.
Protect your vehicle from prying eyes with an automotive window film. Whether you desire privacy on the road or just want to make your valuables harder to see when parked, an automotive window film is an economical way to increase your privacy and provide an added layer of security.
Depending on the time of your commute, the sun’s glare can really impact your comfort and safety while driving. Glare is inconvenient at best, and potentially deadly at worst! Significantly reducing the glare from the sunlight will allow you to appreciate driving on sunny days without feeling blinded by the sun’s rays.
Never compromise on the quality of product and service when choosing a window film installation company. If you have questions about our services, contact us at (317) 541-8468 . We are your premier source for automotive window tint in the Indianapolis and Greenwood, Indiana area.