Window Tint Removal
Removing window tint is a delicate process that needs to be done slowly and with special attention to detail. This is because if the window tint is removed inadequately or abruptly, it can scratch the glass of your window and leaving lasting marks that interfere with the integrity of your windows. Scratched windows can then be very expensive to replace or repair and can even catalyst further damages as well. To reduce this threat, we offer window tint removal services that are delicate and safe for your windows.
Window Tint Removal
Window tint removal begins by slowly scraping and peeling away any obvious damages to the window tint itself. This process needs to be done with careful precision, as it can cause parts of the window tint to not come off if removed incorrectly. It can also lead to scratched glass on your windows if it's not careful or with the right tools. Fortunately, we utilize only professional tint removal tools and take our time to remove the window tint – every inch of it – so that your windows are left clean and pristine.
Peeling Window Tint
Peeling window tint is one of the main reasons that someone may consider having the window tint removed. If this is the case, we will provide you with high-quality removal services so that your windows can be adequately smoothed and prepared for another layer of fresh window tint. Some peeling window tint can easily be patched and replaced with a more secure window tint; however, we recommend starting fresh to ensure that your window tints are even and you aren't left with removing even more tint in the future.
Window Tint Enhancements
Window tint enhancements include those fun colors of tints that you see present at some businesses or even in some commercial vehicles. If you have been cleared to obtain fun window tints, such as frosted windows, window tints with shapes and patterns, or even colored window tints, then we'd be happy to help install them with our professional-grade work and tools. Investing in professional window tinting services can prolong your window tint and ensure that it's installed correctly, without the need to redo it or having it deteriorate prematurely.
Redoing a Window Tint
Redoing a window tint begins by removing the damaged or existing window tint and thoroughly cleaning the window before starting again. Working with the window tint material can be challenging if you’re attempting to do it on your own or if you don’t have a professional adhere it the first time around. After we’ve removed the window tint, we’ll clean the window and ensure the surface is flat and prepared for new window tint. We’ll then add the adhesives and bind the window tint to the glass before smoothing it out with the finishing touches. Once this has been completed, your window tint will need to dry slightly before being used again, to prevent bubbles and creasing in your new window tint.