Yes it does. Window tint almost always gets applied to the inside of the glass.
Yes you can. Since window tint goes on the inside of the glass you can go through carwashes without a worry.
With our shop, unless otherwise stated, you can roll your windows down as soon as you leave.
Typically, the shading that is in the back half of trucks and SUVs is just dyed glass meant more for privacy rather than heat rejection. It is possible to apply film to those windows if you would like more protection.
Factory tinted glass will help with shading, whereas the window tint we carry will not only add privacy but will also block UV rays and heat.
On average it can take anywhere from 1.5hrs to 3hrs or longer. It not only depends on availability but also the vehicle.
Yes, you are more than welcome to wait as we have a very comfortable waiting area with TV, complementary snacks, free WIFI and magazines. Since jobs can be quite time consuming though, we do prefer if you drop off your vehicle for the day.
No. Window tint gets applied directly on top and you can use your defroster like normal.
What you are seeing is the remaining moisture curing. Please allow up to 5 days for the moisture pattern to dissipate.
All of our films have a nationwide Lifetime Warranty backed by the manufacturer, which covers any defects in the film such as bubbling, peeling, and color change to name a few. We also back all of our window film/installs here in house with our Lifetime Worry Free Warranty which covers anything the manufacturer won't cover such as accidental scratches or if you replace a side glass or back glass. *The only piece of glass not covered under our Worry Free Warranty is the windshield due to being more susceptible to rock chips and being replaced.*