Block Harmful Sun UV’s With Ceramic Window Tint On Your Maserati
This stunning 2017 Maserati Ghibli was in great condition when it came into our Florida car window tint business, and it will remain looking great in the cabin for years to come thanks to the window tinting we applied. The ceramic window tint used for this Maserati blocks more than 99% of sun’s ultraviolet light, so the artisan interior, with leather seats and hand ticked details, will remain looking lovely, without fading or cracking, for many years to come.
Window Tint Adds Style
We always love adding dark window tint to cars with white paint jobs, because the contrast is just stunning. But any car can benefit from the added depth and shading of the right kind of window tint. And any car, SUV, or truck benefits from the reduced heat, the reduced glare, the added privacy, and the tensile strength added to the windows that reduces the chance of the glass breaking during an accident.
How Dark Is Too Dark?
There are window tints for cars that are optically clear, totally imperceptible to the naked human eyes, but that nonetheless block much of the sun’s heat, reduce the bright glare, and block up to 99% of the harmful UV light. Then on the other end of the spectrum are limo tint darkness tints that permit only a small percent of the sun’s light into the car (but still let you see out) and create total privacy from outside, making the glass appear black. Choosing the right window tint shade form your car is partially a matter of preference, and partly a matter of following laws and regulations. We will help you choose the window tint closest to your choice that is still within the confines of the law, so you can enjoy your car without worrying about getting ticketed for a too dark window tint.