Window Tinting FAQ

Window Film Facts

Superior Center Auto Glass takes pride in providing the best value for window tinting in Las Vegas. This includes advising our clients on the benefits of tinted car windows, Las Vegas window tint laws, and auto tint maintenance.

Before visiting our auto glass shop, we understand clients may have questions about tinting car windshields and windows.

How much does car window tinting cost?

As part of our customer satisfaction guarantee, Superior Center Auto Glass will not be undersold.

The total cost of tinting windows will vary based on factors such as the number of windows on the vehicle. Call (702) 706-0716 for an estimate.

How long does it take to tint car windows and glass?

The amount of time needed for auto glass tinting varies based on the number and location of windows, among other factors such as the particular vehicle.

Is it difficult to clean and maintain tinted windows?

Newly tinted windows should not be cleaned for a few days following initial service. This allows our premium Metal Alloy SunTek window tint film to fully dry.

We also advise using ammonia-free cleaners and to avoid "blue-colored" window cleaning products, as such formulas typically contain ammonia.

Aside from these basic considerations, cleaning and maintaining tinted car windows is a simple process.

What are the benefits of tinting auto glass?

The many practical and cosmetic benefits of window tinting make our service an exceptional value. Tinted windshields and passenger windows reduce heat while keeping car interiors cooler. Our reflective window tinting material also preserves car upholstery from cracking and fading.

Auto glass tinting also ranks among the most affordable and convenient ways to enhance the curb appeal of your car or truck.

Will window tinting film peel or bubble?

Superior Center Auto Glass provides a 100% lifetime guarantee against peeling, bubbling, and discoloration. This reflects our overall commitment to customer satisfaction for auto glass repair and replacement, along with car rims.

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