Window Tinting Services
Auto Paint Guard teamed up with Nushine of Tampa in 2009 for all window tinting services. Nushine of Tampa has been installing window tint films since 1987. With 28 years of experience and knowledge under our belt, we offer our customers the best window film for each application. With this in mind, we don’t just sell one brand, but multiple brands. We currently stock 3M, Suntek, Solar Gard and Llumar window tint films.
Some of our customers tell us they don’t like the look of window tint film. Well, luckily we carry clear films that can actually block out more heat than almost any shaded film. The clear films are rated from a 70-90% VLT. If you are going for a different look we have films that are as dark as 5% (limo).
We do not stock any metallized films that can interfere with electronics. All of the films we carry have a UV rejection of 99% which helps with fading and skin cancer. Most films fall into these three categories.
Standard Window Films – Shades range from 5% (being the darkest) to 55% (being the lightest). These films have an average total solar heat rejection of 40%. Standard films have a “black” appearance and have a lifetime manufacture warranty.
Ceramic Window Films – Ceramic film has the same heat rejection as metalized films without the possibility of interfering with your electronics. Shades range from 5% (being the darkest) to 80% (being the lightest). Ceramic films also has a “black” appearance and have a lifetime manufacture warranty. Ceramic films have an average heat rejection of 55% and most commonly used by people who are looking to cut down heat.
Crystalline Window Films – If you are looking for the best film for performance then 3M Crystalline is the film you are looking for. Crystalline Automotive Window Films feature a proprietary, multilayer optical film technology that combines over 200 layers in a film that is thinner than a Post-it® Note. This unique technology is the reason a clear film can reject more heat than darker films, without changing your car’s appearance. Solar heat comes from two primary sources, the visible light you can see and the infrared light you can feel. Crystalline window films reject up to 97% of the sun’s heat producing infrared light and block up to 60% of the heat coming through your windows.