The Tint Guy’s 4 Automotive Window Tinting Options

You are here: Home » Automotive Window Tinting Automotive window tinting offers a variety of benefits to drivers, passengers, and automobiles. This wonderful film blocks UV rays, provides privacy, and decreases glare while also reducing solar heat build up, glare, and interior fading.   The 4 Options We Provide The Tint Guy offers four types of automotive window tinting to … Read More

UV Eye Saftey

You are here: Home » Automotive Window Tinting Two different types of light can enter the eye: ultra violet (UV) light and visible light. While visible light, such as sunlight, can be seen, UV light cannot and even on cloudy days when visible light is minimized, UV rays can still be high. Over time, exposure to UV rays can increase … Read More

Protect Against “Tagging” with Anti-Graffiti Window Films

You are here: Home » Automotive Window Tinting Billions of dollars are spent every year cleaning up graffiti in the United States. Graffiti or “tagging” can contribute to loss of revenue for businesses and give the perception of nearby criminals and/or gang activity. Properties located in neighborhoods abundant withgraffiti vandalismcan even lose up to 15% of their value, according to … Read More

Historic Preservation/Restoration Projects and Window Film

You are here: Home » Automotive Window Tinting Historical homes and buildings are preserved and restored for dozens of reasons. Often, these buildings represent the culture and history of a city or neighborhood by providing a link to the past. To maintain a building’s character and original facade while increasing energy efficiency during a preservation or restoration project, a building’s … Read More

Understanding the Georgia Window Tinting Law

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You are here: Home » Automotive Window Tinting In the past year we have had an increase in questions concerning the Georgia Tint law and how it affects our business and we wanted to explain a little more in detail about the law to help our customers understand. By state law, unless you applied for a medical exemption, you cannot … Read More