Window tinting leads to a 90% success rate of repair lead conversion. Window films are made out of polyester, which is proven to have more durability than other types of window film materials and can last up to 15 years without any fading or discoloration. They’re also easy on the eyes with a vibrant color that helps reduce glare from both natural light and artificial lighting sources. This works great for those who work in front of their computer screens all day long!
This leaves you with less time spent fixing your windows when they get scratched or cracked because window film provide 99% protection against intrusion by harmful ultraviolet rays as well as weather-related damage such as hail storms. In fact, according to Consumer Reports’ testing procedures, window tinting is the only type of film that will protect your vehicle seats from fading when parked in direct sunlight for an extended period of time.
Window film installation instructions are often detailed and specific to the type of window tinting being applied. Windshields for example, typically require no more than 30 minutes in order to install while side windows may take up to three hours depending on size.
This is why it’s important for your technicians to be knowledgeable about how different types of films work with various types of glass or polycarbonate sheets such as tempered safety glass that has a hardness rating between 80-90 Rockwell scale but can withstand substantial force from both sharp objects like broken bottles or shattered car windshields, and blunt impact forces such as hailstones!