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Window Tinting Installation

TOP-TIER WINDOW PROTECTION

Charlotte Auto Spa has the window tinting Charlotte and the surrounding areas need. Long gone are the days where you can drive safely in the sunny seasons without window tint applied to your windows and windshield. Why you ask? With hotter temperatures and higher UV rays, you need added protection to stay protected. Adding tint protection to your interior surfaces will better shield your surfaces from discoloration, fading and provides the benefits of added privacy. Most importantly your skin and eyes are better protected as well.

At our shop we only use highly XPEL tint films that are both highly reputable and practical. Backed by ten year warranties these films are 100% color stable and will never delaminate or bubble. At Charlotte Auto Spa we offer two types of window tint, ceramic and standard. The ceramic tint provides the appearance most people are looking for, as well as the best protection to deflect heat and UV rays. Standard tint is the entry-level package and has a lower price point then it’s counterpart. The standard tint reduces glare, adds UV protection, adds privacy and will never interfere with radio, cellular or Bluetooth signals. Considering how many hours most of us spend in our cars tint is a highly practical, affordable addition to any vehicle. Protect your skin, protect your interior and protect your loved ones with the application of one of window tinting Charlotte Auto Spa’s films.

Protect your investment!

Benefits of Window Tint

  • Interior protection from fading & discoloration
  • Increased privacy
  • Blocks harmful UV rays
  • Rejects heat keeping your car cooler
  • Resists shattering
  • Reduced skin damage

Featured Product:  XPEL Ceramic Tint

  • Non-Reflective
  • Non-Metal: Won’t Block Cell, Satellite or Radio Signals
  • Protection from Heat, UV and Infrared
  • Ten Year Warranty Against: Adhesive Failure, Peeling, Delamination, Fading and Cracking

The Window Tinting Charlotte Craves

Tint is a great way to add character and customization to your vehicle. Most importantly, tint adds protection to the people and surfaces within the cabin.

In addition to blocking harmful UV rays, window tint also reduces heat, glare and adds privacy and protection. This in turn allows for a more comfortable, cooler and safer ride for the inhabitants of the vehicle. In the Carolinas the glare from the sun can be nearly blinding. This glare causes unsafe driving that simply cannot be combatted against with sunglasses. With the application of tint to the top of the windshield you’ll have less glare and shatterproof technology resulting in a safer drive. The shatterproof technology adds an extra layer of safety in the event of an accident and increases the strength of the window itself to help prevent shattering. If you ever keep any valuables in your cabin then tint can also help protect the possessions that you care about. Wandering eyes won’t be able to wander as easily on cars that possess tint and help protect your belongings when you’re absent from the vehicle.

North & South Carolina Laws on Window Tinting

North Carolina Window Tinting Laws:

You might be wondering how much tint is legally allowed on your vehicle:

Sedan – If you drive a sedan you are allowed to add non-reflective tint above the AS-1 line on your windshield. The front, back and rear windows must allow more than 35% of light in.

SUV or Van – If you drive an SUV or Van you are allowed to add non reflective tint above the AS-1 line on your windshield. The front two windows must allow more than 35% of light in. The back windows and rear window can be as dark as you light.

South Carolina Window Tinting Laws:

Sedan – If you drive a sedan you are allowed to add non-reflective tint above the AS-1 line on your windshield. The front, back and rear windows must allow more than 27% of light in.

SUV or Van – If you drive an SUV or Van you are allowed to add non-reflective tint above the AS-1 line on your windshield. The front two windows must allow more than 27% of light in. The back windows and rear window can be as dark as you light.