Window Tinting


Window tinting can look great, and it protects against heat and UV rays.

The interior of cars and buildings heat up in the summer Sun. Window tinting can all but remove this problem. Tint your car windows and you’ll never again will you have to deal with being baked alive in your car; you’ll save on air conditioning too. Tint your office and home windows and you’ll have a glare free, cooler environment that also helps with heating and cooling costs.

Both cumulative and irregular exposure to UV increases the risk of skin cancer. But the matter is so easy to rectify with window tinting. Tint your car and building windows and enjoy the benefits for decades to come.


The glass in buildings will block a small amount of UV light. Some modern windows come with tinting or UV protection, and even ordinary glass will reduce UV by 25%. But for many buildings some UV protection need to be added to the windows with tinting..

Tinting the glass on buildings means reducing heating issues and virtually eliminating all UV. This significantly reduced heating issues and prevents skin and eye damage.

The heat reduction of tinted windows means you can save on air-conditioning costs. Furthermore, instead of drawing the curtains you can use the natural light from the windows, further saving on electrical costs.


If you use your car a lot you should get window tinting to protect against UV rays. If you just want your car to look slick, you should consider window tinting. Car window tinting is one situation where function and style go hand in hand. Your car can look better than ever, and protect you from heat and overexposure to UV rays.

Cars heat up in the summer Sun, especially when parked with the windows closed. Tinting can reduce this to the point where it’s unnoticeable.

Front car windscreens are never tinted. For safety reasons all front car windscreens must be made of laminated glass. This laminated glass already provides a high level of UV protection, making any tinting unnecessary. Tinting on the car windscreen is thought to affect visibility, and hence driving safety. For this reason it is not legal.


We offer several classes of tinting, all of which offer a high degree of heat and UV reduction.
  • Royal Class – Maximum heat and UV protection, with superb looks.
  • Top Class – High end protection from UV and heat.
  • Gold Class – Best heat reduction at a budget price.
  • Super Cut – The standard by with others are judged. Excellent value and function.
  • Economy Class- High UV protection with some heat resistance.


VLT (Visible Light Transmittance): The total visible light that passes through the window and tinting. This is shown as a percentage, 5% being very dark, a 50% window being relatively light.

In WA the lowest VLT allowed on a passenger vehicle is 35% on the front side windows and 20% on the rear sides and back windows.

TSER (Total Solar Energy Rejected): The total amount of solar energy (heat) rejected by the window film once installed. The higher the percentage the cooler the interior, and the more you save on summer cooling costs.

Ultraviolet (UV) Radiation Rejection: This is the total amount of ultraviolet radiation that is prevented from passing through your window.

Infrared Rejection: The amount of solar infrared radiation that is prevented from passing through the window film.