Window Tint

Window tint estimate form

Looking for a quick window tint estimate?  You can print and Fill out our window tint estimate FORM or use the ONLINE FORM and email it back to us.  We will get you an estimate within 24 hours!

We proudly offer the full line of SunTek, huper optik, and Decorative Films.   

SunTek is made by Eastman Performance Films, a subsidiary of Eastman Chemical. They have earned a reputation throughout the world as being an industry leader, as well as a premier provider of innovative energy solutions. The company is well-known and respected for producing professional-grade window films, industrial coatings, adhesives, and laminates. SunTek Window Films have been installed across the globe in a variety of applications to lower energy costs, increase comfort, offer privacy, and increase safety.

A spirit that continues to fuel the brand and the people who stand behind it. In many ways, Hüper Optik journey mirrors the personal triumph of Joseph von Fraunhofer (1787 – 1826), a poor orphan who overcame the odds to become one of Germany's most illustrious scientist-entrepreneurs, specializing in optics.  Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Germany's leading organization for applied research named in his honor, is also the birthplace of Huper Optik.

A subsidiary of Eastman Chemical Company, Hüper Optik International Pte Ltd, was incorporated in 1997 as the window film brand focused on incorporating ceramic technology on to films. The top-of- the-line Hüper Optik Ceramic Series window films are created with dual layers of Titanium Nitride (TiN), which was previously awarded a US patent for their innovative multi-layer film construct.

Decorative Films, LLC manufactures and distributes SOLYX® Decorative Privacy Window Films. SOLYX® Films are available in a large variety of textures and designs at a fraction of the cost of laminated panels, patterned, or sand blasted glass.

Through research, creative exploration, and a deep understanding of our clients’ needs, they design window films of the highest quality and variation in design.

Types of window film include:

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These films are the perfect application for conference rooms, lobbies, retail environments, residential settings, private offices, glass partitions, and wherever there is a need for decorative privacy. The applications are endless, adding aesthetic appeal to flat glass surfaces.

The Skin Cancer Foundation’s Seal of Recommendation


Our window tint products with 99% or greater UV protection have been awarded The Skin Cancer Foundation's Seal of Recommendation.


Window tint specifications

Are you one of those people who need all the technical information on each type of window tint?  Well - here ya go!  In case we stumped you, the definitions are below the spec sheets.  

Specification Definitions

Visible Light Transmittance (VLT)

Visible Light Transmittance (VLT) is the percentage of visible light that passes through a window. The lower the VLT percentage, the less light passes through. For example, a VLT of 40% only allows 40% of light to be seen and blocks the other 60%.

  • Internal Visible Light Transmittance (VLT)

    This refers to light that is able to pass through windows from the inside (within the building).

  • External Visible Light Transmittance (VLT)

    This refers to light passing through windows from outdoor sources.

Visible Light Reflectance (VLR)

Visible Light Reflectance (VLR) corresponds to the percentage of visible light that’s reflected by a film or window glass system. The higher the VLR percentage, the more light is reflected. VLR can be used to determine how well a film controls against glare. A typical non-tinted window reflects about 8% to 10% of visible light.

U-Value or U-Factor

A film’s U-Value (or U-Factor) is its ability to transfer heat between the inside and outside of a building. This is measured through one-square-foot of window film for every one-degree Fahrenheit change in temperature.

The U-Value is dependent on temperature in its ability to transfer heat. Typically, the lower the U-value of a window’s film, the less energy is needed to keep the indoor temperature cool and comfortable.

Shading Coefficient

The Shading Coefficient is a ratio that measures the total solar heat that can pass through a film to the total heat that would pass through if the windows were clear (without tint). The lower the value, the more advanced a film’s shading capabilities.

Total Solar Energy Rejected (TSER)

The TSER measures a film’s ability to block the effects of solar energy which consists of UV light, infrared radiation, and visible light. The TSER value increases with a film’s ability to reject solar energy.

Infrared Radiation (IR)

IR is a type of radiant energy that is not visible to human eyes, but we feel as ‘heat’. When a window tint is referred to as an IR window tint, it means the film is intended to reflect heat from the protected window. This prohibits infrared or heat from penetrating the glass, and thus – keeps the inside of the vehicle cooler. IR window tint provides exceptional heat rejection properties.

Solar Absorbance

Solar Absorbance refers to the window films ability to retain or absorb heat or light. A window film with a strong absorbance will typically produce less glare – which helps to improve visibility.


Reflectance is the amount of light or heat that is rejected away from the tinted window. A tint with a higher reflectance rating will improve its ability to block UVA, UVB, and IR.

Glare Reduction

Glare Reduction is the opposite of VLT or the amount of visible light that is rejected by a substrate. In the case of window tint, the combination of the glass and the tint produces a total reflectance.