Tinting windows is a great way to customize your vehicle. Not only will it look good, but it will also help tackle glare and keep the interior cool when the sun shines.
While more and more people are convinced that tinting is the best thing that they can do to their vehicles! many car owners are still deciding whether to have their car tinted because of a lot of factors. One of the most frequent considerations they think about is the duration of the tinting process.
How Long Does It Take To Tint Car Windows?
One of the common questions that our customers here at Tintix have when they make the initial inquiry regarding tinting windows relates to how long it will take to install the tinting on their vehicles.
How long does it Take to get my car windows tinted?
Well, first and foremost you need to understand that car window tinting is an art and requires patience, skills, and time to install.
Rushing through it will only do more harm than good. It might peel off or bubble up making your dear car look ugly. You definitely do not want that.
This question may have numerous answers primarily being based on manpower, schedules, type of vehicle, or amount of windows that are present.
In General, CAR TINTING depends on several factors such as:
- The size of the car windows
- Removal of old tinting if any
- The number of windows
- The complexity of the window shape
So how long will it take?
Generally, automobile windows have complex curves, unlike residential or commercial windows which are flat.
Some cars have more windows than others. Cars such as your regular four-door sedan can take from 1-2 hours to tint the windows. But vehicles such as SUVs and CUVs which have more windows can take over two hours, Full-sized trucks generally take between an hour and an hour and a half. A set of front doors usually only takes 30-45 minutes. If old tint film has to be removed, that can add anywhere from 30 minutes to half a day.
Even cars that don’t have a lot of windows can take longer depending on how much space is available for our car window tint film installers to work with. Smaller two-door cars can take much longer than a more spacious vehicle.
Another factor to take into account is whether there are old tints on the windows already. If that’s the case, they’ll need to be removed before you can apply new ones. that can add anywhere from 30 minutes to half a day.
Another factor in the tint’s cure time is the temperature of the climate you are in. Professionals will recommend you to get your window tint done during the summer or in a temperature-controlled garage/shop.
TINTIX Where Quality Matters
At Tintix, we know that time is precious to you. We also know that every minute without access to your car could cause scheduling issues in your life. That’s why we work as quickly as possible to tint your car while maintaining our very high standards of work.
We always do everything we can to get the job done as fast as possible, but we also want to make sure we do a fantastic job on your tinting.
After all, a job done fast is no good if it’s inferior. So we’ll take the time to get it right the first time—that way you’ll be guaranteed to be happy with the finished product!
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